Find here the Top 5 leadership articles selected by our readers in 2016
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Below we listed the top 5 most popular articles over 2016. Enjoy!
For multinational (and other) enterprises, competitive advantage and successful strategy execution increasingly depend on getting cross-company collaboration right. Accountability is a vital element for creating a collaboration culture that delivers results. How to do this?
It is our mental model towards change that defines whether leading change turns out to be a painful burden or a stimulating learning experience. The more leaders support cultures in which change is approached as something continuous, the more their teams will be able to embrace and achieve successful change. It starts with the leaders’ mind set.
Today’s business environment is changing. It affects people and businesses worldwide, and surely also multinational companies. In working with multinational companies we see three specific changes that affect the role of senior leaders. Three changes that require special attention and sometimes even a fundamental mind shift.
By 2020, creativity will be one of the top 3 skills anyone who wants to be successful in the economy of the future will need, according to the Future of Jobs report. We looked for the best expert advice on creativity – and found it.
When the American journalist and writer Peter Hessler moved to China to teach and write, he discovered that things were almost diametrically opposed to what he had been used to in the U.S. In this article he shares his 3 best tips about dealing with the confusion (and sometimes frustration) when East meets West.
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