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SIBIUS: Battling cognitive disorders
Sept 2022. Corinne Avelines, SIBIUS’s CEO, had received the news that the results of the first large-scale test of the company’s first product had just been published. The test, conducted with children between 3 and 4 years old, validated their approach to early detection of autism. The technology was grounded in research showing that it was pos…
2024 John Molson MBA International Case Writing Competition – 3rd Prize
By Benoit F. Leleux Giorgia Riba Renee Pazdan Manu K. Mathew and Arvind Hurboseea
Case reference: IMD-7-2447 ©2023
SIBIUS: Battling cognitive disorders
Case Study Entrepreneurship Strategy Leadership
Valeur Absolue: Values-based entrepreneurship
The case discusses the development of Valeur Absolue – the niche luxury perfume company – from its inception in 2012 through to 2022 and the leadership journey of its founder Bénédicte Foucart. In pursuit of her purpose to empower women and increase the positive energy in their lives, Bénédicte believed that she would be able to address women’s …
2024 John Molson MBA International Case Writing Competition – 4th Prize
By Heather Cairns-Lee Benoit F. Leleux Anna Khrustaleva Connie Anyika Oksana Matyukha and Ramil Babayev
Case reference: IMD-7-2504 ©2023
Valeur Absolue: Values-based entrepreneurship
Case Study Strategy
AMAG: Creating its own future in a disrupted automotive industry
AMAG is Switzerland’s premier automotive retail and service company, holding exclusive rights to import Volkswagen Group car brands such as Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda, Cupra and Seat. In 2022 AMAG had 7,300 employees and a revenue of CHF 4.4 billion. The electrification of the automotive industry and the introduction of the agency model by the Volk…
2024 John Molson MBA International Case Writing Competition – 2nd Prize
By Stefan Michel Daniel Gerber Vikas Munjal David Rivière Stephan Thalmann and Esther Lind
Case reference: IMD-7-2498 ©2023
AMAG: Creating its own future in a disrupted automotive industry
Article Leadership Strategy
Become a better problem solver by telling better stories
Like many companies at the end of 2021, a small European precision toolmaker was having trouble hiring and retaining talent. The executive team had a solution: Create a more attractive social space to encourage informal collaboration. But when the head of human resources presented the plan to the board (which included one of this article’s coaut…
Top 10 MIT Sloan Management Review articles of 2023 (6th most widely read)
By Arnaud Chevallier Albrecht Enders and Jean-Louis Barsoux
in MIT Sloan Management Review Spring 2023, vol. 64, no. 3, pp. 73-78
Become a better problem solver by telling better stories
By Arnaud Chevallier Albrecht Enders and Jean-Louis Barsoux
in MIT Sloan Management Review Spring 2023, vol. 64, no. 3, pp. 73-78
Summary
Like many companies at the end of 2021, a small European precision toolmaker was having trouble hiring and retaining talent. The executive team had a solution: Create a more attractive social space to encourage informal collaboration. But when the head of human resources presented the plan to the board (which included one of this article’s coaut…
Top 10 MIT Sloan Management Review articles of 2023 (6th most widely read)
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Article Family Business Innovation Human Resources Competitiveness
Employee incentives and family firm innovation: A configurational approach
According to family business theory and practice, family firms often face a paradoxical tension between their anchorage to the past and the need to renew and innovate to remain competitive, which often hampers innovation. Given that innovation is inherently a social process that depends on the knowledge and creativity of an organization’s people…
18th EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht Best Paper Award on Innovation, Transformation and Corporate Entrepreneurship
By Elisa Villani Christian Linder Alfredo De Massis and Kimberly A. Eddleston
in Journal of Management 9 March 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1177/01492063231157323
Employee incentives and family firm innovation: A configurational approach
Employee incentives and family firm innovation: A configurational approach
By Elisa Villani Christian Linder Alfredo De Massis and Kimberly A. Eddleston
in Journal of Management 9 March 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1177/01492063231157323
Summary
According to family business theory and practice, family firms often face a paradoxical tension between their anchorage to the past and the need to renew and innovate to remain competitive, which often hampers innovation. Given that innovation is inherently a social process that depends on the knowledge and creativity of an organization’s people…
18th EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht Best Paper Award on Innovation, Transformation and Corporate Entrepreneurship
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Article Social Innovation
Stakeholder governance for responsible innovation: A theory of value creation, appropriation, and distribution
In the face of intractable societal grand challenges, organizations increasingly resort to responsible innovation – that is, they pledge to create value for multiple stakeholders through developing new products or services that avoid doing harm and improve conditions for people and the planet. While the link between responsible innovation and so…
Journal of Management Studies 2022 Best Paper Award
By Sophie Bacq and Ruth V. Aguilera
in Journal of Management Studies July 2021, vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 29-60, https://doi.org/10.1111/joms.12746
Stakeholder governance for responsible innovation: A theory of value creation, appropriation, and distribution
Stakeholder governance for responsible innovation: A theory of value creation, appropriation, and distribution
By Sophie Bacq and Ruth V. Aguilera
in Journal of Management Studies July 2021, vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 29-60, https://doi.org/10.1111/joms.12746
Summary
In the face of intractable societal grand challenges, organizations increasingly resort to responsible innovation – that is, they pledge to create value for multiple stakeholders through developing new products or services that avoid doing harm and improve conditions for people and the planet. While the link between responsible innovation and so…
Journal of Management Studies 2022 Best Paper Award
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Academic publications
Article Sustainability
An exploratory study of stakeholder views on the sustainable development of mountain tourism
Sustainable tourism can combine recreation for people, economic opportunities for entrepreneurs, and environmental protection, but for mountain tourism, climate change and the predicted reductions in snowfall require urgent action. Therefore, this study aims to identify sustainable mountain tourism strategies and consumption patterns using a mul…
By Annarita Colasante Idiano D’Adamo Alfredo De Massis and Simone Italiano
in Sustainable Development 1 January 2024, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1002/sd.2878
An exploratory study of stakeholder views on the sustainable development of mountain tourism
By Annarita Colasante Idiano D’Adamo Alfredo De Massis and Simone Italiano
in Sustainable Development 1 January 2024, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1002/sd.2878
Summary
Sustainable tourism can combine recreation for people, economic opportunities for entrepreneurs, and environmental protection, but for mountain tourism, climate change and the predicted reductions in snowfall require urgent action. Therefore, this study aims to identify sustainable mountain tourism strategies and consumption patterns using a mul…
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Article Family Business Strategy
Look in to look out: Strategy and family business identity during COVID-19
COVID-19 challenges the value systems of family firms and urges them to adapt their behaviors, affecting their identities. This study aims to explore how and why family businesses strategically respond to challenges to their identity during COVID-19. Based on a qualitative case study of six German family firms, we propose a process model of fami…
By Rebecca Alguera Kleine Bingbing Ge and Alfredo De Massis
in Small Business Economics 7 December 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-023-00846-3
Look in to look out: Strategy and family business identity during COVID-19
By Rebecca Alguera Kleine Bingbing Ge and Alfredo De Massis
in Small Business Economics 7 December 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-023-00846-3
Summary
COVID-19 challenges the value systems of family firms and urges them to adapt their behaviors, affecting their identities. This study aims to explore how and why family businesses strategically respond to challenges to their identity during COVID-19. Based on a qualitative case study of six German family firms, we propose a process model of fami…
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Article Entrepreneurship
Sight unseen: The visibility paradox of entrepreneurship in an informal economy
In many informal economies, entrepreneurs face a visibility paradox: increasing visibility to resource-granting stakeholders simultaneously increases exposure to resource-extracting stakeholders. To investigate this phenomenon, we leverage a unique, hand-collected, small-area census dataset of firms in the township of Delft in Cape Town, South A…
By Robert S. Nason Siddharth Vedula Joel Bothello Sophie Bacq and Andrew Charman
in Journal of Business Venturing December 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusvent.2023.106364
Sight unseen: The visibility paradox of entrepreneurship in an informal economy
By Robert S. Nason Siddharth Vedula Joel Bothello Sophie Bacq and Andrew Charman
in Journal of Business Venturing December 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusvent.2023.106364
Summary
In many informal economies, entrepreneurs face a visibility paradox: increasing visibility to resource-granting stakeholders simultaneously increases exposure to resource-extracting stakeholders. To investigate this phenomenon, we leverage a unique, hand-collected, small-area census dataset of firms in the township of Delft in Cape Town, South A…
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Article Sustainability Board
Talk or walk? The board of directors and firm environmental strategies
Drawing on legitimacy theory, we study the nexus between green communication and the implementation of green practices, and in particular, we focus on the determinants of their discrepancy. Based on a large sample of firms in 58 countries over a 19-year period, we employ an index to measure the discrepancy between green operations and the commun…
By Jonathan Taglialatela Ivan Miroshnychenko Roberto Barontini and Francesco Testa
in Business Strategy and the Environment 1 December 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.3628
Talk or walk? The board of directors and firm environmental strategies
By Jonathan Taglialatela Ivan Miroshnychenko Roberto Barontini and Francesco Testa
in Business Strategy and the Environment 1 December 2023, ePub before print, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.3628
Summary
Drawing on legitimacy theory, we study the nexus between green communication and the implementation of green practices, and in particular, we focus on the determinants of their discrepancy. Based on a large sample of firms in 58 countries over a 19-year period, we employ an index to measure the discrepancy between green operations and the commun…
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Article Global Business Politics
Geopolitics, conflict, and decoupling: Evidence of Western divestment from Russia during 2022
How foreign firms doing business in Russia responded to the invasion of Ukraine in 2022 has received extensive media scrutiny. Publication lags in official and private databases on international corporate activity, traditionally used to investigate cross-national commercial ties, preclude short-term assessments of foreign firms’ responses. Howev…
By Simon J. Evenett and Niccolò Pisani
in Journal of International Business Policy December 2023, vol. 6, pp. 511-540, https://doi.org/10.1057/s42214-023-00167-y
Geopolitics, conflict, and decoupling: Evidence of Western divestment from Russia during 2022
By Simon J. Evenett and Niccolò Pisani
in Journal of International Business Policy December 2023, vol. 6, pp. 511-540, https://doi.org/10.1057/s42214-023-00167-y
Summary
How foreign firms doing business in Russia responded to the invasion of Ukraine in 2022 has received extensive media scrutiny. Publication lags in official and private databases on international corporate activity, traditionally used to investigate cross-national commercial ties, preclude short-term assessments of foreign firms’ responses. Howev…
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Article General Management Ethics Corporate Governance
Managerial short-termism and corporate social performance: The moderating role of external monitoring
While commentators have long decried managerial short-termism, the deleterious effects of managerial short-termism on corporate social performance (CSP), and how to ameliorate those negative effects, remain underexplored. Specifically, due to the difficulty of unobtrusively measuring what is fundamentally a cognition in managers, empirical evide…
By Stephen Smulowitz Didier Cossin and Abraham Hongze Lu
in Journal of Business Ethics December 2023, vol. 188, pp. 759–778, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-023-05498-7
Managerial short-termism and corporate social performance: The moderating role of external monitoring
By Stephen Smulowitz Didier Cossin and Abraham Hongze Lu
in Journal of Business Ethics December 2023, vol. 188, pp. 759–778, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-023-05498-7
Summary
While commentators have long decried managerial short-termism, the deleterious effects of managerial short-termism on corporate social performance (CSP), and how to ameliorate those negative effects, remain underexplored. Specifically, due to the difficulty of unobtrusively measuring what is fundamentally a cognition in managers, empirical evide…
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Case studies
Case Study Entrepreneurship Disruption Strategy Sustainability
SIBIUS: Battling cognitive disorders
Sept 2022. Corinne Avelines, SIBIUS’s CEO, had received the news that the results of the first large-scale test of the company’s first product had just been published. The test, conducted with children between 3 and 4 years old, validated their approach to early detection of autism. The technology was grounded in research showing that it was pos…
2024 John Molson MBA International Case Writing Competition – 3rd Prize
By Benoit F. Leleux Giorgia Riba Renee Pazdan Manu K. Mathew and Arvind Hurboseea
Case reference: IMD-7-2447 ©2023
Case Study Entrepreneurship Strategy Leadership
Valeur Absolue: Values-based entrepreneurship
The case discusses the development of Valeur Absolue – the niche luxury perfume company – from its inception in 2012 through to 2022 and the leadership journey of its founder Bénédicte Foucart. In pursuit of her purpose to empower women and increase the positive energy in their lives, Bénédicte believed that she would be able to address women’s …
2024 John Molson MBA International Case Writing Competition – 4th Prize
By Heather Cairns-Lee Benoit F. Leleux Anna Khrustaleva Connie Anyika Oksana Matyukha and Ramil Babayev
Case reference: IMD-7-2504 ©2023
Case Study Strategy
AMAG: Creating its own future in a disrupted automotive industry
AMAG is Switzerland’s premier automotive retail and service company, holding exclusive rights to import Volkswagen Group car brands such as Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda, Cupra and Seat. In 2022 AMAG had 7,300 employees and a revenue of CHF 4.4 billion. The electrification of the automotive industry and the introduction of the agency model by the Volk…
2024 John Molson MBA International Case Writing Competition – 2nd Prize
By Stefan Michel Daniel Gerber Vikas Munjal David Rivière Stephan Thalmann and Esther Lind
Case reference: IMD-7-2498 ©2023
Case Study Strategy Sustainability
Statnett: Building a power line isn’t always a straight line
This case is about the dilemma faced by Elisabeth Vardheim, a C-level executive at Statnett, Norway’s transmission grid operator. As a result of its participation in the Paris Agreement, Norway decided to greatly accelerate the national energy transition. An increased reliance on electricity, however, brings with it a pressing need for more high…
By Stefan Michel Emmanuel Guex Pawel Kosciukiewicz Jon Hov Lauritzen and David Ramirez
Case reference: IMD-7-2359 ©2023
Case Study Disruption Leadership Strategy Digital
From Telco to Techco: Globe’s dual transformation
Many companies today face the need to embark on a dual transformation: Reinventing and sustaining their core business while concurrently creating new, future businesses. This case about Globe Telecom, Inc., in the Philippines presents the s.tory of just such a transformation The case is bookended by the CEO’s 14-year tenure and describes success…
By Richard Roi Mark J. Greeven and Martin Králik
Case reference: IMD-7-2426 ©2023
Case Study Strategy Digital Disruption Finance Leadership
J.P. Morgan Private Bank (B): Engage … or disengage?
MAY 2022: The planning phase for the Engage project has taken way too long, in part because the technological platform was so critical to the success of the project. After months of discussions with a fintech company, a proof of concept had been delivered, showing promising results but it was still far from the fully integrated solution that had…
By Benoit F. Leleux Morris Naqib Pierre Christian Wüst Rain Sepp and Sylvain Gioux
Case reference: IMD-7-2494 ©2023
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Article Competitiveness Innovation China
Nike dominates Chinese apparel market for now, but “Guochao” is changing the game
IMD research places world leader Nike ahead of local rivals, but its podium position is under threat as local sentiment and quality products build a growing loyalty for national apparel brands.
By Mark J. Greeven
in I by IMD 7 February 2024
Nike dominates Chinese apparel market for now, but "Guochao" is changing the game
Article Competitiveness Finance Leadership China
Is corporate China catching up with the United States powerhouse?
We examine whether China’s tremendous economic growth this century is reflected in significant economic profitmaking by its firms.
By Camilla Sophie Erencin Simon J. Evenett Alexander Gruber and Felix Reitz
in I by IMD 6 February 2024
Is corporate China catching up with the United States powerhouse?
Article Strategy
What does Taiwan need – Diplomatic engagement or military deterrence? 
While there is widespread concern that tensions around Taiwan might escalate into conflict, opinions vary on how this could be avoided. A recent Asia Society Switzerland debate heard the arguments for two different approaches.
By Nico Luchsinger
in I by IMD 6 February 2024
What does Taiwan need – Diplomatic engagement or military deterrence? 
Article Human Resources
Why organizations should tailor the workplace to empower Gen Z and share benefits across all generations 
The changing world of work is challenging both seasoned employees and newcomers to the workplace. Rather than regarding first-time workers as difficult and forcing them to adapt to old norms, organizations should collaboratively support them to thrive in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world. In meeting the needs of Gen Z, em…
By Heidi Brooks
in I by IMD 6 February 2024
Why organizations should tailor the workplace to empower Gen Z and share benefits across all generations 
Article China Competitiveness Innovation
Global pharma invests in China on the strength of a booming national biotech sector
IMD research reveals the top four key attributes of successful companies in the Chinese pharma sector, including their global and local strategies as well as their acquisitions and investment in local companies, best cost logistics and production, and development of a robust pipeline of new innovative solutions, including oncology and weight-los…

in I by IMD 6 February 2024
Global pharma invests in China on the strength of a booming national biotech sector
Article Talent Management Sustainability
Green skills gap: Upskilling for climate risk and reporting
Proposed changes to mandatory ESG reporting mean finance professionals must upskill to be literate in sustainability reporting in an era of increased climate risk.

in I by IMD 5 February 2024
Green skills gap: Upskilling for climate risk and reporting
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Article Artificial Intelligence Ethics Value Creation Strategy Regulation
生成AIの戦略的な活用で競争力を高める
Looking to the future and potential of generative AI (artificial intelligence), many companies are embarking on experiments and verification to introduce it. However, due to its unfinished nature, there are many questions regarding its ethical use, long-term impact on society, etc., and whether companies can effectively We are currently searchin…
By Tomoko Yokoi
in Harvard Business Review Japan March 2024
生成AIの戦略的な活用で競争力を高める
By Tomoko Yokoi
in Harvard Business Review Japan March 2024
Summary
Looking to the future and potential of generative AI (artificial intelligence), many companies are embarking on experiments and verification to introduce it. However, due to its unfinished nature, there are many questions regarding its ethical use, long-term impact on society, etc., and whether companies can effectively We are currently searchin…
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Article Digital Technology Management Business Transformation
Ensuring the internet is a right, not a privilege
Internet access has become a critical aspect of modern life. No longer just a realm of entertainment, the internet is a gateway for accessing basic public services, educational and economic opportunities. But in the US alone, more than 40m people lack adequate access to broadband internet. Even in the EU, regarded globally as an advanced region …
By Tomoko Yokoi
in Forbes.com 20 February 2024
Ensuring the internet is a right, not a privilege
By Tomoko Yokoi
in Forbes.com 20 February 2024
Summary
Internet access has become a critical aspect of modern life. No longer just a realm of entertainment, the internet is a gateway for accessing basic public services, educational and economic opportunities. But in the US alone, more than 40m people lack adequate access to broadband internet. Even in the EU, regarded globally as an advanced region …
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Article Psychology Emotion Management Change Management Digital
Do you have a phone addiction?
In our digital age, smartphones have become a double-edged sword, offering boundless information at our fingertips while silently ensnaring us in a web of overdependence. Unchecked phone use can erode our mental well-being, dull our professional edge, and disrupt our most cherished relationships. Yet, by recognizing the stealthy creep of phone a…
By Alyson Meister and Nele Dael
in HBR.org 12 February 2024
Do you have a phone addiction?
By Alyson Meister and Nele Dael
in HBR.org 12 February 2024
Summary
In our digital age, smartphones have become a double-edged sword, offering boundless information at our fingertips while silently ensnaring us in a web of overdependence. Unchecked phone use can erode our mental well-being, dull our professional edge, and disrupt our most cherished relationships. Yet, by recognizing the stealthy creep of phone a…
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Article Disruption China Transition
China’s doom loop: A dramatically smaller (and older) population could create a devastating global slowdown
China has announced that in 2023 its population declined from 1.4118 to 1.4097 billion people. Forecasting by the UN suggests China’s population will dip to 1.313 billion by 2050 and then down to about 800 million by 2100. This is a significant change and will have ramifications well beyond its borders. There are two trends that underline such a…
By José Caballero
in The Conversation 12 February 2024
China’s doom loop: A dramatically smaller (and older) population could create a devastating global slowdown
By José Caballero
in The Conversation 12 February 2024
Summary
China has announced that in 2023 its population declined from 1.4118 to 1.4097 billion people. Forecasting by the UN suggests China’s population will dip to 1.313 billion by 2050 and then down to about 800 million by 2100. This is a significant change and will have ramifications well beyond its borders. There are two trends that underline such a…
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Article Emotion Management Psychology Leadership
The restorative power of small habits
Over the last few years, there’s been a renewed focus on burnout, a serious physical and psychological condition that requires attention and care. But a narrow focus on burnout ignores another key part of wellbeing — the more subtle but equally important ongoing maintenance of one’s energy, especially through the daily challenges of leadership. …
By Jennifer Jordan and Francesca Giulia Mereu
in HBR.org 9 February 2024
The restorative power of small habits
By Jennifer Jordan and Francesca Giulia Mereu
in HBR.org 9 February 2024
Summary
Over the last few years, there’s been a renewed focus on burnout, a serious physical and psychological condition that requires attention and care. But a narrow focus on burnout ignores another key part of wellbeing — the more subtle but equally important ongoing maintenance of one’s energy, especially through the daily challenges of leadership. …
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Article Family Business Asia Future Readiness
Embracing change: Future-proofing family businesses in S-E Asia
FAMILY businesses are a dominant form of organisation across South-east Asia, comprising over 60 per cent of the publicly listed companies in most countries in the region, and an even larger share of private companies. These businesses, often spanning multiple generations, play a crucial role in driving economic dynamism in the region. However, …
By Marleen Dieleman
in The Business Times 7 February 2024
Embracing change: Future-proofing family businesses in S-E Asia
By Marleen Dieleman
in The Business Times 7 February 2024
Summary
FAMILY businesses are a dominant form of organisation across South-east Asia, comprising over 60 per cent of the publicly listed companies in most countries in the region, and an even larger share of private companies. These businesses, often spanning multiple generations, play a crucial role in driving economic dynamism in the region. However, …
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Books
Book Strategy Implementation Leadership Change Management Organizational Learning
The six disciplines of strategic thinking: Leading your organization into the future
International bestselling author of The First 90 Days Michael D. Watkins presents an actionable new framework to help aspiring leaders learn to think strategically—a set of skills more necessary than ever in a world of constant change. Pattern recognition. Systems perspective. Mental agility. Structured problem-solving. Visioning. Political savv…
By Michael D. Watkins
Published By Harper Business ©2024
Book Strategy Strategy Implementation Deep Dive
Strategy execution playbook
If you are currently working on a strategic initiative and don’t quite know what to do at this stage, this trusted companion provides you with a step by step guide for leading strategic initiatives by intertwining theoretical frameworks with practical tools. It provides you with guidance on which tools to use when. Embedded throughout the book a…
By Bettina Büchel Mahwesh Khan and Catherine Agamis
Published By International Institute for Management Development ©2023
Book Leadership Disruption Change Management Strategy
The future-ready leader: Accelerated learning for business success
If you’re a business leader looking to stay ahead of the curve, this book is an essential guide. It offers a comprehensive overview of the major trends shaping the future of business, drawing on reviews of 70 recent management books and interviews with 21 senior leaders. What sets this book apart is that it’s grounded in the real-world experienc…
By Peter Lorange and Karin Mugnaini
Published By Springer ©2023
The future-ready leader: Accelerated learning for business success
By Peter Lorange and Karin Mugnaini
Published By Springer ©2023
Summary
If you’re a business leader looking to stay ahead of the curve, this book is an essential guide. It offers a comprehensive overview of the major trends shaping the future of business, drawing on reviews of 70 recent management books and interviews with 21 senior leaders. What sets this book apart is that it’s grounded in the real-world experienc…
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Book Family Business Entrepreneurship
Family office navigator: Your guide to building a multigenerational family office
In today’s complex world, family offices play a pivotal role in safeguarding a family’s heritage and unity while preserving and growing generational wealth. As the world around us evolves, so too must family offices as they adapt to meet the changing needs of their families. The Family Office Navigator is your essential guide for establishing an…
By Peter Vogel and Mario Marconi
Published By International Institute for Management Development ©2023
Book Competitiveness Economics Data Analytics
IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook: 2023
Now in its 35th year, the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook continues to serve as a beacon for governments, businesses, and individuals as they seek to navigate the complex landscape of global competitiveness. Our annual assessment sheds light on the key factors that drive and shape the comparative data, providing valuable insights and benchmar…
By Arturo Bris Christos Cabolis José Caballero and Marco Pistis
Published By International Institute for Management Development ©2023
IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook: 2023
By Arturo Bris Christos Cabolis José Caballero and Marco Pistis
Published By International Institute for Management Development ©2023
Summary
Now in its 35th year, the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook continues to serve as a beacon for governments, businesses, and individuals as they seek to navigate the complex landscape of global competitiveness. Our annual assessment sheds light on the key factors that drive and shape the comparative data, providing valuable insights and benchmar…
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Book Leadership Organizational Learning
The essential book of business and life quotations
An up-to-date book of quotations for executives, academics and anyone who wants to spice speeches and business presentations or simply reflect on some of the best things ever said on topics linked to management and business life in general. From “Aristotle” to “Mark Zuckenberg” and from “Action” to “Work”, this book is a formidable source of wit…
By Dominique Turpin
Published By Anthem Press ©2023
The essential book of business and life quotations
By Dominique Turpin
Published By Anthem Press ©2023
Summary
An up-to-date book of quotations for executives, academics and anyone who wants to spice speeches and business presentations or simply reflect on some of the best things ever said on topics linked to management and business life in general. From “Aristotle” to “Mark Zuckenberg” and from “Action” to “Work”, this book is a formidable source of wit…
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