The myth of the complete leader—the person at the top without flaws—builds on a 2007 Harvard Business Review article on how executives can build teams that lead, innovate and succeed with a distributed leadership model, outside connections, “X-teams,” and more.
Today, millions of women support their families and communities by working in the global supply chains of global companies. By supporting and educating these women in areas of health, personal finance, and gender equality, businesses can help advance the state of women, while expanding their own opportunity for growth.
Organized cybercrime operates like a traditional business, outsourcing jobs and employing full-time professionals who serve in different roles. Take a look at eight of these roles, each integral to the success of these cybercrime gangs.
Large companies are always looking for methods to “stay hungry” and not fall into the trap of becoming an overly bureaucratic, slow-moving and vulnerable to being blindsided. So what can we learn from these companies who have experienced rapid growth but remained successful?
He was a doctor first. Then he became fascinated by the constantly evolving technology in his field of radiology. We explore how Dr Alexander Norbash of the University of California San Diego Health became a leader of digital transformation in the medical field.
Beyond being a business communications app favored by startups and creative companies, can Slack help people, in particular, women, change workplace culture? Read how some women’s experiences with the platform support the case.
With the DemocracyOS app, Pia Mancini wants to upgrade democracy for the internet age, making it easier for citizens to engage in the process of government.