Read the latest advice, feature articles and news on Enron, especially for the business leader.
We like to believe we ‘make’ rational decisions. Which is why it may be surprising to learn that we’re driven by a host of biases of which we are, frankly, unaware.
Given the speed and ubiquity of technology-driven change, businesses will need to become digitally literate, and fast.
Global efforts to define Corporate Social Responsibility are missing the point of what makes effective change.
Recent scandals overseas have led to a perception that the once-honourable role of CEO has turned into a dubious burden. How can that view be turned around?
Leo Apotheker, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, resigned last September after just 11 months on the job – but he left with a $13.2 million severance package. Was he worth it?
Apple founder Steve Jobs changed our lives. We debunk the trend to idealise Jobs as a leader (using his 656-page biography as a manual) and we divulge two of his cleverest business strategies.
Group buying website Groupon is in trouble again over mistakes in its accounting and weaknesses in its internal financial controls. But Groupon’s history is gold for leading companies that want to steer a safe course through some all-too-common blunders.