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Professor Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks explains why novel ideas don’t just come to us like flipping on a light switch.
New research by Professor Sue Ashford shows a humble approach by the CEO can improve company performance.
Professor Stewart Thornhill, on the Manager Tools podcast, explains how to make sharing new ideas a part of the routine.
Professors Dave Ulrich and Wayne Brockbank say companies win through creating and sustaining highly capable organizations.
Professor Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, in the Manager Tools Podcast, explains how to bring creativity to negotiations.
Lecturer Chris White, writing in Huffington Post, explains how to be a genuine positive leader amid a sea of superficial advice.
Professor Jim Westphal and PhD student Gareth Keeves, writing in Harvard Business Review, explain why the compliments CEOs receive are often not sincere.
Professor David Mayer, writing in Fast Company, explains why the best self-help advice may be to learn to like other people.