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Strategic leadership: What it means today
Strategic leadership: What it means today

Fear or self-actualization: Which feeling will you lead people toward?

The gambler: A business leader who puts strategy first
The gambler: A business leader who puts strategy first

Successful businesses need a lot to go right, but you can't skip out on setting and executing strategy.

Protect and prepare your brand for the post-coronavirus world
Protect and prepare your brand for the post-coronavirus world

Brands can't go dormant during the pandemic if they hope to recover quickly -- or at all.

The paradox of risk
The paradox of risk

It’s possible to get so preoccupied with mitigating a risk that we neglect the risk of mitigation itself.

Getting ready to lead in the 80% economy
Getting ready to lead in the 80% economy

The economy won't be back to normal even when it's "normal," so what does that mean for you as a leader?

Moving to the next stage of new normal
Moving to the next stage of new normal

We're still in the pandemic, but it's not too soon to begin thinking about what comes next. Businesses will eventually have to answer that question.

How a skills ontology framework keeps enterprises ahead of the curve
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How a skills ontology framework keeps enterprises ahead of the curve

Skills ontology is a categorization of skills that builds a common language of skills, defining the aspects of a specific job rather than relying on blanket terms and vague descriptions.

Brand opportunities in a crisis
Brand opportunities in a crisis

Your brand doesn't have to be idled by the coronavirus. In fact, the actions you take now can ensure your brand weathers this storm and rebounds more quickly.

How leadership can drive innovation
How leadership can drive innovation

Innovation should be part of a company's core strategy, not just an exercise or a dream.

Organizational strategy and vision drift
Organizational strategy and vision drift

Creating a vision is just the first step. Strategy can easily drift without executive awareness and commitment.