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Professor Harry Kraemer emphasizes the importance of self-reflection, balance, true self-confidence and genuine humility as a leader.
Professor Mohan Sawhney focuses on the nature of digital disruption and how incumbent firms can respond through digital transformation.
Professor Mitchell Petersen explains how the stockpile of cash on U.S. firms’ balance sheets affects economic growth and business investment.
Professor Robert Wolcott discusses technology and the experience of being human in the 21st century.
Professor Linda Darragh presents a live case on how an alum tackled the challenges of scaling a company.
Professor Steve Franconeri illustrates how to tell clear stories from your data to audiences of varied technical and topical expertise.
Leaders matter. But so do managers.
A former CEO on how to budget time for what you value most.
From a “pre-flight checklist” to handwritten thank-you notes, here’s how to sell both your products and your ideas via video.
Professor Ben Jones discusses technological progress as a team sport and applications to building effective, innovative teams today.
Professor Eli Finkel combines cutting-edge scientific research with practical advice to solve acute problems and help your marriage flourish.
Professor Leigh Thompson offers four game-changing tips to motivate your team and produce better results.
Professor Jeanne Brett highlights strategies to use that can result in both parties gaining what they want or need.
Professor Leigh Thompson discusses four key steps to manage your virtual team effectively.
Professor Jeanne Brett discusses the best ways to employ cultural sensitivity when addressing conflict in a business setting.