Looking at surprise as a purely negative event cause business leaders to miss valuable opportunities.
It takes approximately three minutes to establish rapport with someone and build an intriguing message.
Generally lost amid the hand-wringing about how China may affect on the West is the perspective of Chinese companies themselves.
For all companies, the most important asset is not found on their balance sheets but in the opinions of their customers.
It is often luck, more than skill or hard work, that separates a struggling start-up from its Fortune 500 counterparts
Thomas Edison, Lucinda Williams and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings all failed before they succeeded. And this is due more to their disposition than luck.
The challenges faced by Shackleton and his crew are almost beyond comprehension. For someone to put each lesson into perspective from such a harrowing and difficult scenario is stirring to say the least.
Most of the world’s highest-profile companies strive to innovate, but failing to understand “co-innovation risk” and “adoption chain risk” can leave even the most forward-thinking ideas dead on the vine.
To improve security, society should embrace adaptability — an approach that better resembles the evolutionary process of the species that thrive across the globe today.
Review of Adam Lashinsky’s latest book looking at the corporate culture of Apple.
Rebecca MacKinnon’ details how social media has changed the world.
There is a better way to spend eighteen minutes than reading this book.
How companies begin marketing to you even before birth.
David Kord Murray’s case for adaptive management.
A review of entrepreneur Ryan Blair’s rags-to-riches story.