The highest paying tech firms

Millennials are less attracted by old fashioned management styles and traditional industries. Therefore they love to work for innovative technology companies. With such pulling power, do the most competitive high-tech firms still have to pay top salaries to attract the best candidates? 

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News | Female Careers

Women directors better at mergers and acquisitions

The more women sit on a corporate board the less a company pays for its acquisitions, claims a new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of...

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News | Rankings

HEC Paris and IE Business School top FT’s European ranking

HEC Paris (France) and IE Business School (Spain) are the joint winners of the 2013 Financial Times European Business School ranking. The newspaper ranked the best 75 business...

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News | Industries + Companies

The American companies with the best perks

Google provides free all-day gourmet meals to staffers, Costco offers full insurance benefits to part-time hourly workers, and Facebook offers employees free bicycles to get around...

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News | Career + Application

Marla Beck’s advice for newcomers

One of America’s most successful female CEOs, Marla Beck, shared some of her advice in a recent article in Huffington Post. The founder of Bluemercury, a luxury cosmetics retailer,...

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News | Executive Education

Executive Education is booming around the world

he Financial Times has published the annual ranking of the world’s best executive MBA programmes. Top of their list for open classes came the Swiss business school IMD, followed by...

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News | Leadership + Management

Why it is important to build diverse leadership teams

London Business School professor Lynda Gratton often shares valuable advice in her newsletter ‘Hot Spots Movement’. In her recent newsletter she recounted three companies (BP,...

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News | Career + Application

MBA Trends 2013/2014

What are the trends in MBA hiring and compensation, which are the fastest-growing sectors and which countries are hot in 2013/2014? One very good tool to find answers to these...

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News | Leadership + Management

Harvard tops 2013 Thinkers50 Awards

Every two years the consulting team Crainer Dearlove elects the 50 most influential business thinkers in the world. This year Harvard professor Clayton Christensen made the top...

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News | Leadership + Management

How important is data handling for executives?

Being able to handle data has grown in importance as a skill set in the past years. Leveraging complex data is nowadays sought after in areas such as economics and business, but...

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News | Leadership + Management

Leadership: stop, restart and change

“65 per cent of people are unhappy at work, only 14 per cent understand their company’s strategy and 75 per cent are seeking jobs as we speak. Now, what do you think that does for...

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News | Executive Education

Kellogg delivers the best EMBA programmes

he clear winners in the Financial Times latest ranking of Executive MBA programmes are those that are taught by more than one school in more than one location. And preferably on...

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News | MBA Market

Women in business school

In past weeks the topic women in business school received a lot of media attention. It started with an article in the New York Times that described how Harvard Business School has...


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