Discriminatory decisions are often driven by a combination of internalised stereotypes and rational self-interest
Conventional thinking says that conflict is bad for teamwork and should be kept out of the office, but putting individuals in a conflictual state of mind can enhance their creativity
Listing your corporate values is not enough—companies need to wrestle with their cultures to make a difference, distinguishing them from their peers and updating them as they evolve.
Fashion moves fast, but sustainability is in. The luxury fashion industry is well placed to meet the trend but it must challenge its tightly-held arrangement with customers
There is no value in asking yourself "Am I a leader?" Instead, ask "Who am I leading? And where am I going?"
When private equity firms and strategic acquirers meet on the M&A battlefield they come packing very different strategies and artillery. Who has the advantage?
Emerging market companies have grabbed market share by doing things faster and cheaper. But their next phase of value creation will come from building their brands
Weak players in organisations can overcome their dependence on powerful actors, but it comes at a cost
Sometimes business goals and community ideals just don't fit. How far should you go to be sustainable and meet your company's corporate social responsibilities?
Exposing yourself to risk and failure can help push you up the career ladder. Just make sure someone's watching
Why women find it so difficult to access top jobs and why the change takes so long