Effective leaders need to know whether their ‘people hat’ or ‘P&L hat’ fits most comfortably.
Leading consumer goods companies can revive their flagging innovation capacities by investing differently.
The key to fostering a more educated populace is not financial – it’s cultural.
To maximise R&D output, firms should evenly spread their R&D spending over time.
A stabilising hegemonic power or coalition is vital for the EU to survive future crises and the rise of populism.
Rejection can actually strengthen relationships between companies and the crowd.
Instead of blindly giving away complementary services, B2B companies should make a strategic decision on whether to kill it,...
Contrary to popular belief, pursuing a modest positive change is sometimes perceived as easier than maintaining the status quo.
Companies must respond to Jamal Khashoggi’s murder by standing up for human rights.
Foreign companies can use emerging tech to build a reputation as a strategic partner in solving local problems.
Avoid, reduce, transfer and accept are bywords for a disciplined and cautious approach.