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In recent weeks, IMD has been buzzing. On June 18 and 19, a record number of HR executives took part in Leading High Impact Learning (LHIL), a program designed to help learning and development professionals understand the new business challenges at an organizational and individual leadership level. Executives from around the world then gained the latest insights on leading in turbulent times during the Orchestrating Winning Performance program (OWP).

On July 6, Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, the fastest man on earth, and his coach Glen Mills shared the reasons behind their success with a business audience at a special IMD event. The event enabled the audience in attendance to apply the principles of success from an Olympic champion. (read more)

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INNOVATION See all of this category
Invest in human capital during the crisis
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LEADERSHIP See all of this category
Business lessons from a world-class athlete
Develop the motivation of a champion
Reinventing the managerial mindset
Keys to surviving and thriving in volatile times
Managing uncertainty
Simplify and amplify - with three Cs
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Keep banking secrecy and preserve globalization
Avoid undermining democracy and competition
Talking about competitiveness
Who are the winners, who are the losers?
GLOBALIZATION See all of this category
Africa in the 21st century’s global economic paradigm
The good governance challenge
Giant steps on climate change
Can your business afford it?
GROWTH See all of this category
Cluster companies in China’s Zhejiang Province – Part I
Strength in numbers
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RESEARCH THEMES See all of this category
Decoding the secrets of success of Chinese private companies
By Winter Nie, Katherine Xin and Lily Zhang

Entrepreneurs in Chinese Privately Owned Enterprises (POEs) are typically endowed with an intimate knowledge of the local market, a vast network of guanxi, fine business acumen and a readiness to respond rapidly to market changes. More often than not, their industriousness and resourcefulness more than compensate for the lack of systematic corporate governance, limited access to capital markets, and an often unsophisticated approach to organization and management.
NEWS See all of this category
OWP Newsletter 2009
Teams benefit from OWP
OWP participants select “Changing Market and Consumer Landscapes” as most important global trend
IMD recognizes participants for lifelong learning
Infosys co-chairman Nandan Nilekani describes India at the Crossroads in IMD keynote address
IMD hosts US Congressional staff delegation
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Business Forum in Holland focuses on women leaders
Leading High Impact Learning event attracts record participation
Carrefour participants laud action learning in IMD Partnership Program
IMD and IDHEAP launch Bignami Conferences
Executives focus on Talent Amid Turbulence during IMD Business Advisory Council
Borealis’ projects profit from IMD Partnership Program
Martin Lään praises responsible leadership emphasis in MBA 2009 program
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