When firms are desperate to grow and to please shareholders who demand growth, they take desperate measures such as overpaying for acquisitions and put themselves on the road to long-term hardship
Whatever you expected when you entered the degree programme, it all looks different ten years hence. An INSEAD case study draws lessons on career success and personal fulfillment from the lives and work of the MBA class of 2002
It’s hard to ignore shareholder demands for quarterly earnings miracles. But too often what looks like “success” today can inhibit a company’s competitiveness tomorrow
Contrary to popular opinion, those bikini-clad young models draped over the show-room Ferrari might be doing your sales more harm than good these days
It’s no longer a game of hard-ball. Today’s negotiations are about more than just money
Social Media can be an important part of B2B strategy. But to make an impact within the content ecosystem, you have to have a message and move fast
A shared history of creative interactions can be the key to unleash innovation
Social Enterprise first evolved in the developing world. Now the business models and social metrics may be going mainstream
To land that dream job, adopt a mindset that signals power, even if you don’t feel so powerful
Your new strategy looks good on paper, it looks good in the executive suite. But what does it take for the work force to get it?
Could social media and e-commerce provide the road to salvation for beleaguered High Street retailers? In Britain, shopkeepers figure you can beat them – but how?