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Leadership lessons from Dubai

Leadership lessons from Dubai

Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez on how there are clear lessons to be learnt from Dubai.

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A better way to grow

Richard Parry describes a framework that any company can utilise to improve their chances of developing, executing and optimising a successful growth strategy.

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Out of the shadows

Richard Hytner on the nature of leadership and how this led him to his new book Consiglieri: Leading from the Shadows.

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Has Uber cool become Uber cunning?

David Plouffe, President Obama's future camapign manager and White House adviser has been taken on by Uber, the ride-sharing app platform, to mastermind its campaign to spread Uber's cool to every corner of the car-riding universe. Hear from Richard Hytner.

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Goodness, greatness, Mars

Mars is globally successful and family owned. BSR spoke to fourth generation family member, Pamela Mars Wright, on what marks Mars out from the corporate crowd.

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Do we still need managers?

Traditional workplace hierarchies could become a thing of the past. Julian Birkinshaw reports.

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Leadership beyond control

What is the model of the modern major CEO? BSR looks back to its archive and in this article from 2006, Randall Peterson argues that the trend is moving away from the boss whose chief weapons are fear and control.

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This will be Ed Woodward’s World Cup

When Louis van Gaal, the soon-to-be appointed new manager of Manchester United, names Ryan Giggs, player legend and caretaker manager, as his No.2, he will have avoided a repetition of the first mistake made by his predecessor, David Moyes.

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Generation Y: loyalty and leadership

Adam Kingl explores the importance of the 'team value proposition.'

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An interview with Kenneth Chenault, CEO at American Express

Chenault talks to BSR about American Express's service ethic and his leadership priorities.

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Small data

It really is a numbers business.

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