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The State of Business Schools

The State of Business Schools

Researching an article on the state of business education, we asked some Thinkers50 luminaries for their views.  Here are their insights: Mark Esposito, Professor at Grenoble School of Management, Research Fellow at the Judge Business School, Cambridge, and Founding Director...

Lessons from a Great Leader: Frances Hesselbein Pt. 4

Transitions such as quitting one job for another opportunity or retiring from your current career are usually far harder than we imagine. Here are some tips on how to do this successfully! Accompanying Written Blog Marshall’s Complete Video Blogs

Leaders thrive on ambiguity

Leaders thrive on ambiguity

‘To be omnipotent but friendless is to reign,’ wrote Percy Bysshe Shelley. He was right. Even if a leader’s power doesn’t quite stretch to omnipotence, being a leader can be a lonely place. Isolation and ambiguity are powerfully destructive forces...

Thinkers50 Podcast: Joseph Pistrui

Thinkers50 Podcast: Joseph Pistrui

In this Thinkers50 Podcast, we have Joseph Pistrui, Professor of Entrepreneurial Management and Academic Director of the Senior Fellows Program at IE Business School in Madrid. He also leads the global Nextsensing Project, which he founded in 2012. His current...

Let People Cheat on Goals in Order to Succeed

Let People Cheat on Goals in Order to Succeed

Some of you may have read the recent study that tracked people in Pittsburgh on a weight-loss program. In this widely reported study, half the participants were randomly given a fitness tracker, while the other half were asked to record...

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