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Leadership : Page 3

To weather a crisis, build a network of teams

April 20, 2020
Imagine you are a tenured CEO of a utility company. You have led your organization through hurricanes and other extreme weather events.

If your company never worked from home, it's time to start. Now

April 6, 2020
Now that everybody is working from home, it can be challenging for companies to recruit and onboard new employees.

Family- and non-family-based executives are more similar than it looks

March 30, 2020
Several studies of family firm failures have pointed to non-family members in leading positions as a reason.

If you want a promotion, learn how to speak

March 23, 2020
Senior executives of large firms weight ambiguous factors like culture fit as equally important as critical job skills when making promotion decisions.

If you want long term strategy, hire local CEO

March 16, 2020
What confidence can shareholders have in top executives\' ability to manage for the long run as leaders might do, for example, in sustaining a firm’s investments in research and development even as they strive to meet current earnings forecasts?

More than half of companies don't even think about woman as CEO

March 9, 2020
More than half of organizations didn’t assess a single female candidate when looking for their next CEO, according to a new DDI study.

Yelling in the workplace: Water is very effective against fire

March 2, 2020
We have all been in a situation when somebody is yelling in the office and we must find a way to calm the situation down. Going against the instistintcs is a good, although it requires some practice.

With wrong type of feedback you can turn cooperative employees into competitive

February 24, 2020
Competitive behavior among employees may be triggered by the type of feedback they have received.

The best way to encourage innovation? Pay your workers more

February 17, 2020
Innovation is a major force behind economic growth, but many disagree on what is the best way to encourage workers to produce the ideas that create newer and better products and services.

Popularity distance between restaurant's location and a person's hometown biases ratings

February 10, 2020
Product reviews and ratings have a strong impact on consumer consideration. In restaurant reviews, new research upcoming in the INFORMS journal Information Systems Research shows that location bias, based on the popularity difference between the reviewer\'s hometown and the distance to their destination, can affect a reviewers online rating by as much as 11%.

CEO, if your company is in a crisis, forget journalists’ attention

February 3, 2020
A company’s chief executive officer is usually its most visible public representative.

If you want your startup to succeed you have to have good connections

January 27, 2020
The future potential of early stage startups can be assessed by their existing professional relationships, research led by a team at Queen Mary University of London suggests.
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