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The New Normal: Act Before You Think

How to create what you want in an uncertain world.

Workspace: 27 at Heart

Why Gen Yers shouldn’t write off their boomer co-workers.

Theory to Practice: Science, Philosophy, and Faith

The essence of management is knowing when to apply each.

Worth Noting

Recent reads that caught our attention.


Some of the most shocking photographs to appear after the waves subsided from Japan were of auto plants with dozens of brand-new Toyotas piled up and wrecked.


The Worst Part of the Job

No one wants to fire people. That's why managers do it so badly.


What's the Story?

In an environment of metrics and short-term earnings statements, how to get through to people? Tell a story. Take it from movie executive Peter Guber, who knows something about capturing people’s attention.


It Could Happen To You

More whistleblowers are coming forward, prosecutors are getting aggressive, and you'd better be as squeaky clean as you say.happen2

The Sun Still Rises

Japan Inc. is dead. Long live the art of Japanese management.


In Sickness and in Health

Do companies care about their people’s well-being?


Watch Your Back, Goliath

Hijacking the conversation, fighting dirty, and doing the unthinkable.


Rebranding the Jay-Z Way

How to transform "a mediocre product" into an overnight sensation.


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