• “People Who Don’t Feel Respected Will Not Want to Show Up Every Day and Contribute to Your Organization.”
    “People Who Don’t Feel Respected Will Not Want to Show Up Every Day and Contribute to Your Organization.”

    A millennial herself, Crystal Kadakia provides globally relevant insight into her generation in her book, The Millennial Myth. Here, she shares some of her thoughts on how to attract millennial talent.

  • It Shouldn’t Take a Virus to Let Employees Work from Home
    It Shouldn’t Take a Virus to Let Employees Work from Home

    The hidden benefits of remote work are surprisingly plentiful.

  • “How Do I Manage the Transition from Teammate to Manager?”
    “How Do I Manage the Transition from Teammate to Manager?”

    Meet Simona, 28, recently promoted to her first leadership role

  • “How to Win with Millennials?”
    “How to Win with Millennials?”

    Variously described as complex, multitasking, technologically savvy, exasperating, bright but entitled, the millennials are a much-stereotyped bunch.

  • “Is There a ‘Best Practice’ When It Comes to Technological Migration?”
    “Is There a ‘Best Practice’ When It Comes to Technological Migration?”

    As you’re about to be disrupted, “Never change a running system” suddenly sounds pretty ’90s, right?

  • VUCA
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    VUCA

    Or: How To Deal with Volatility

  • Kai Strittmatter, Foto Anton Turovinin (Piper Verlag)
    Kai Strittmatter by Anton Turovinin (Piper Verlag)
    “We Can No Longer Afford the Naivety When It Comes to China Under Xi Jinping”

    The "Middle Kingdom" is back. But not the way one had imagined in the West: While the Chinese economy is growing, the freedoms of the population are dwindling, says China expert Kai Strittmatter.

  • “I’m Resurrecting Thinking”
    “I’m Resurrecting Thinking”

    In his book Open to Think, Dan Pontefract offers strategies for cutting through the clutter, thinking more clearly and making better decisions. His prescription: be more deliberate with your time.

  • To Thrive In Modern Economy, Forget Doing Things the Old Way
    To Thrive In Modern Economy, Forget Doing Things the Old Way

    During his business career, Lars Kolind was group chairman of Grundfos, the world’s largest manufacturer of water pumps. It might sound like a staid business, but this role led Kolind to groundbreaking epiphanies.