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For months, rumours have circulated that Google has axed its commitment to giving its workers 20% of work time for self-directed projects.
Leaders fail when they lack insight into themselves and the worlds they inhabit – remove the blinkers and build a successful business by seeing what others fail to spot.
Innovation needs to be part of your business’ culture, not just at senior management level but at all levels if you are to stay ahead of the competition.
Deciding a suitable innovation approach is one of the most important challenges facing any leadership team.
Breaking down barriers between designers and non-designers is key to meeting end user requirements.
Three leadership lessons from the British wartime Prime Minister.
Is searching for a leader with a long, impressive resume a waste of time? Is experience a predictor of mediocre performance?
Platitudes about the importance of work-life balance never fully capture the complexity of employees’ situations.
Liquidnet enables traders to do mammoth deals for their clients anonymously, away from the world’s stock markets. It's CEO talks about his penchant for 'ridiculously large problems'.
Here's what leaders need to understand to get business confidence to match consumer confidence in the next few months.
A focus on user experience, minimalism and an obsession with detail have all helped Apple become the most valuable company ever.
An Apple recruitment video reminds us that it takes small teams of exacting minds to develop the company’s groundbreaking products.
In surveys, people frequently rank their fear of public speaking above their fear of death. Whether or not it's warranted, it's manageable.
Three lessons from history on how leaders handle a personal crisis such as serious illness
With more and work being performed in groups, it’s time to reflect on the pros and cons of this form of achieving goals.
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.
While retailers such as Gerry Harvey, Solly Lew, Paul Zahra and Bernie Brookes have publicly criticised the government and the Reserve Bank, you’ll hear no such complaints from arguably the world’s best retailer, Ron Johnson, of J.C. Penney.
Today Jan Cameron took the reins at the discount retail chain she owns, Retail Adventures. Is she suffering relevance deprivation syndrome, or injecting much-needed owner-operator “juice”?
BHP Billiton chief Marius Kloppers has been named in a US magazine’s list of the world’s 30 best CEOs.