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Making history at A.T. Kearney

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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The price of doing business with Generation Y

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

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Peter Vicary-Smith

The Chief Executive Officer of Which? gives his tips on leadership.

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The view from Davos

The World Economic Forum is committed to improving the state of the world. Alex Edmans gives his view from Davos.

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Developing contextual leaders

Tammy Erickson suspects many companies’ succession pipelines are actually pipe dreams – filled with people who see their futures evolving in very different ways than along traditional corporate career paths. Erickson explores why.

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Reading list by Alex Edmans

Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance at London Business School selects his favourite personal leadership classics.

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Office humour

New research by Gang Zhang, a London Business School doctoral candidate, reveals that a manager’s misfiring merriment is not only wearing for his or her employees, but bad for the company’s bottom line.

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Alex Edmans talks Davos

On the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos, I’m excited about learning from global leaders about a wide range of topics.

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Davos 2014 - what is on and off the radar?

Lynda Gratton gives her opinion on what will be on (and off) the radar at Davos in 2014.

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Ólafur Grímsson

The Icelandic President talks about how he was made to take political action due to social media campaigning in Iceland during the global financial crisis.

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A recipe for change

With increased complexity and ambiguity, employees and customers alike are demanding engagement, transparency and responsibility. It’s time to rethink management, argues Therese Kinal.

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