No one, not even the CEO, can make the majority of decisions that affect an organization’s performance. You need strong, well-led teams to make good choices and generate results. Five ways to do that.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but if you’re setting up gamerooms and in-office massages to copy another company’s culture, that could be your downfall.
America’s HR chiefs are more confident than CEOs about prospects for business in the year ahead—with one very big area of difference.
It takes courage and humility for a leader to ignore an attraction and addiction to hierarchical authority. Some best practices to avoid the pitfalls of power and improve internal communication.
Right or wrong, today we are in an environment where fuses are short, grudges are long and the effects to an organization can be financially devastating.
Editor’s Note: Omar Ishrak is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Medtronic, the world’s leading medical technology
The need to be agile, innovative, adaptive, responsive and entrepreneurial has never been more vital. We must resist the comforting call of complacency and not assume that our past approach will continue to work.