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Business leaders show how they’re changing their organizations, and society, for the better at the Michigan Ross Positive Business Conference.
Busier than ever? Then it’s even more important to make time to reflect at work, says Michigan Ross Professor Scott DeRue.
Michigan Ross Professor David Ulrich outlines a rigorous way to evaluate leadership through the eyes of investors.
Michigan Ross Professor Robert Quinn explains how to achieve the influence that really defines leadership.
Love them or hate them, noncompete agreements are enforceable in most states. Professor Norm Bishara explains what you should do before you sign one.
Michigan Ross Professor Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks shows how to “be creative” in negotiations and develop solutions in the face of difficulty.
Should leaders shift as work demands change? New research by Professor Scott DeRue shows the traditional corporate hierarchy model may be outdated.
Michigan Ross Professor Ray Reilly shows why it’s important to understand your organization’s business model, and that of your customers and other industry players.