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GROWTH See all of this category
Best of 2006: Souping up the the supply chain
Super supplier collaboration
LEADERSHIP See all of this category
Why is market research so frustrating?
Do you have the insight to make timely decisions?
Learning and leading in China
Personal journeys of two expatriate executives
Best of 2006: Hostage at the table
How leaders can overcome conflict, influence others and raise performance
INNOVATION See all of this category
Best of 2006: The devil you know
Classical versus modern risk management techniques
GLOBALIZATION See all of this category
Best of 2006: Competing through people
Learning from the best in China
CHANGE See all of this category
The gloves are off!
World competitiveness in 2007
The times they are a-changin'
Demise of the hub-and-spokes world economy: The 21st century great global business paradigm shift
Best of 2006: What smart companies do
Designing enterprise architecture
GOVERNANCE See all of this category
Humility in the socio-political context
The fundamental key to success
Shaping the future of HR
Outsourcing or internalizing?
 
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RESEARCH THEMES See all of this category
Private Wealth: Origin and Destination
Professor Joachim Schwass and IMD Research Associate Albert André Diverse discuss the extent to which relationship dynamics amongst family members influence the creation, distribution, management and performance of private wealth. Also, outside managers - non-family - have an increasingly important role to play in the owning family's business and financial interests.
The state of risk management
By Professor Andrea Buraschi
Risk management is of vital importance to all companies, not only those operating in financial markets. All large international companies have to deal with currency risks. As the world is changing so fast, their CFOs should understand the basics of the latest risk assessment and risk management techniques.
MBA See all of this category
MBA Class of 2007 - Record number of women
What participants say about their MBA
MBA Alumni: Marie Sallois, Head of Corporate Development, IOC
NEWS See all of this category
OUT-OF-THE-BOX CAREER PATHS
Felix Sutter: A long way from candy making
Design your own program:
Orchestrating Winning Performance 2007
International Seminar for Top Executives
 
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