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A transformative experience for senior leaders who aspire to drive growth and create value - through strategic innovation, competitive advantage, and visionary leadership.Held on the Dartmouth College campus in...


By Ron Adner

The Wide Lens: What Successful Innovators See That Others Miss

How can great companies do everything right — identify real customer needs, deliver excellent innovations, beat their competitors to market — and still fail? The truth is that many companies...


By Paul Argenti

Creating a One-Company Culture

The growth of large corporations in the last century has led to incredible progress and opportunity. Through mergers, acquisitions, and changes in markets and technologies, organizations have become more complex,...


By Pino Audia Harvard Business Review

When Public Opinion Shifts, How Should Your Company Respond?

In such a heightened environment, how can business leaders know whether they’re responding appropriately to public pressure, or being too reactive? How do we decide when to hold the...


By Emily Blanchard Science Direct

Trade, Education, and the Shrinking Middle Class

Politicians tend to portray education as a universal panacea for rising income inequality and perceived competition with foreign exporters - a cure-all with which the industrialized world will be able...


By Richard D’Aveni Harvard Business Review

The 3-D Printing Revolution

Industrial 3-D printing is at a tipping point, about to go mainstream in a big way. Most executives and many engineers don’t realize it, but this technology has moved...


By Sydney Finkelstein

Superbosses: Uncompromisingly Open

Imagine a world where the work you did really mattered. Where the person who you call your boss changed your life by helping you accomplish more than you ever thought...


By Howard Morgan, By Marshall Goldsmith

Leadership is a Contact Sport

Sustaining peak performance means cascading leadership from senior management to all levels of the organization. Based on the research involving over 86,000 surveys at eight companies, this article from strategy + business...


By Vijay Govindarajan

The Three Box Solution

The Three Box Solution book is the outcome of 35 years of research, teaching, writing, and consulting.It is well-understood that creating a new business and optimizing an already existing one...


By Bill Joyce

What Really Works: The 4 + 2 Formula for Success

This download features a free full Harvard Business Review article, “What Really Works,” (from the book What Really Works: The 4 + 2 Formula for Sustained Business Success). In a groundbreaking five-year study,...


By Kevin Lane Keller

The New Branding Imperatives: Insights for the New Marketing Realities

Managing brands is as difficult as ever. The marketing environment is always changes, and that pace of change has greatly increased in the past decade. As a result, marketplace developments...


By Punam Anand Keller

How Behaviorally Effective Communications Can Improve Outcomes

Employees want more help with managing their workplace retirement savings. Yet, in a recent BlackRock DC Pulse survey, nearly half of all participants feel that their employers' communications do not...


By Ron Adner Harvard Business Review

Many Companies Still Don’t Know How to Compete in the Digital Age

The nature of disruption is changing. In the past, disruption occurred at the level of discrete product and service technologies that competed to offer better value for customers (e.g., 2....


By Paul Argenti

Digital Strategies for Powerful Corporate Communications

Learn how to lead your organization and protect its reputation using digital communications. The book summarizes current surveys and industry reports and provides in-depth case studies of corporations whose leaders...


By Emily Blanchard Cambridge University Press

A Shifting Mandate: International Ownership, Global Fragmentation, and a Case for Deeper Integration

This paper reviews several key implications of international investment and global supply chain fragmentation for the multilateral trading system. Based on existing economic research, Professor Blanchard identifies a ...


By Sydney Finkelstein Harvard Business Review

What Amazing Bosses Do Differently

We all know that job satisfaction often hinges on the quality of the relationships we have with our bosses. Yet in today’s rapidly evolving, 24/7 workplaces, it’s not always...


By Vijay Govindarajan Harvard Business Review

The CEO’s Role in Business Model Reinvention

Consider a few of the great innovation stories of the past decade: Google, Netflix, and Skype. Now ask yourself, why wasn’t Google created by Microsoft? Netflix by Blockbuster? Skype...


By Kevin Lane Keller Harvard Business Review

The Branding Logic Behind Google’s Creation of Alphabet

A reasonable person might ask, if the Google brand is so well-known, why muddy the waters by introducing a new parent brand, Alphabet? To help answer this question, the stories...


By Punam Anand Keller IDCI Matters Magazine

Mindless Pitfalls: Don’t Leave 401(k) Automatic Enrollment Plans Alone

The shift from an "opt-in" to "opt-out" defaults (i.e., automatic enrollment) is one of the clearest successes to emerge from behavioral economics. But for all their advantages, opt-out policies...

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