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Goodness, greatness, Mars

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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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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Do we still need managers?

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

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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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Small data

It really is a numbers business.

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Manchester United - To say 'they chose the wrong guy' is plain lazy

The idea that 'they chose the wrong guy' should have no place in the mountain of analysis that has accompanied David Moyes’ departure from Manchester United. Casting was just one of the litany of mistakes the club made just ten months ago.

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Making history at A.T. Kearney

The last decade has been a tumultuous one for the consulting firm A.T. Kearney. Now, it is mapping out an ambitious growth path to 2020. Carly Chynoweth reports.

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Kenneth Chenault, Chairman and CEO, American Express

"Some people allow their identity to be 100% defined by their job or title they hold…that is a mistake."

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The price of doing business with Generation Y

Adam Kingl explores the the fundamental shift in the employer proposition.

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