How to become a better boss


An Interview with Julian Birkinshaw

If someone is outstanding at their job, we tend to say that he or she is a born leader: Apple’s Steve Jobs was one of them. But does being a “born” leader also automatically make you a good boss? Barbara Barkhausen has spoken to Professor Birkinshaw about what it takes to become a better boss and “win the game of business”. ...

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Is there a life without Slack?

Teamwork is happening virtually more and more. Team building should be virtual as well, argues the ...

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How to avoid two bad habits of leaders

Elizabeth Freedman, Principal at Bates, a Boston-based management consulting firm, writes in a ...

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How to complain the right way

On average people complain between 15 to 30 times a day, writes Will Bowen, author of “A ...

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US-survey shows more women in C-suite

Women now hold 25 per cent of the five critical C-suite positions. That’s an increase from 23 per ...

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Is a “996” work culture necessary for success?

Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, recently praised the company’s “996” work culture – working from 9 ...

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How to convert stress into success

84 CEOs from around the world, whose firms range from SMEs to global multinationals, have spoken to ...

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Methods to maximise leaders’ impact

The most effective leaders are those that know their own strengths and weaknesses well and can ...

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Why executives should consider a side career in teaching

For many executives teaching can be an interesting and worthwhile add-on to their career path as it ...

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Why soft skills make all the difference

MBA students should not only work on their career steps, academic successes and practical ...

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Biases MBAs need to avoid

“Survivorship bias”, “anchoring”, the “availability heuristic” and the “confirmation bias” – these ...

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