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The tedium of a comfortable salaried existence was the spur that drove Avnish Anand to co-found India’s first online jewellery store

By Nick Mickshik

Nicole Kamra on winning an investment in the MIINT for an innovative healthcare start-up in Pakistan

By Jeff Skinner

Advances in technology will take some of our jobs while creating others. The transition won’t be easy but there’s room for hope

By Andrew Scott

Banks may complain about having to disclose more about their business. In fact, they benefit, say Karthik Balakrishnan and Aytekin Ertan

By Karthik Balakrishnan

A panel of experts discuss the impact of AI

By Michael G Jacobides

We need to rethink the way we monitor the power of the huge companies now dominating the business landscape

By Julian Birkinshaw

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Happy people are curious, continually experiment and play to their strengths

By Dan Cable

Those impressive achievements you’re so proud of? They can come back to bite you

By Ena Inesi

Huawei didn’t just go west. It went global. Here’s how

By David De Cremer

In the emerging mobility ecosystem, how and where will value be captured – and by whom

By Michael G Jacobides

Harness these proven habits to transform your business, your community – your life

Innovative practices aren’t always good. Aharon Mohliver examines who spreads bad practice and how to stem its flow

By Aharon Cohen-Mohliver

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The tedium of a comfortable salaried existence was the spur that drove Avnish Anand to co-found India’s first online jewellery store

By Nick Mickshik

Nicole Kamra on winning an investment in the MIINT for an innovative healthcare start-up in Pakistan

By Jeff Skinner

Advances in technology will take some of our jobs while creating others. The transition won’t be easy but there’s room for hope

By Andrew Scott

We need to rethink the way we monitor the power of the huge companies now dominating the business landscape

By Julian Birkinshaw

How Vivino's co-founders have achieved global success with an app that gives people instant access to wine reviews

By Rob Morris

Want to get the most of the people who work for you? Here are five things you need to do

By Julian Birkinshaw

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Advances in technology will take some of our jobs while creating others. The transition won’t be easy but there’s room for hope

By Andrew Scott

We need to rethink the way we monitor the power of the huge companies now dominating the business landscape

By Julian Birkinshaw

We are conditioned to be led by others, says Jules Goddard. That’s dangerous. We should learn independence

By Jules Goddard

Want to get the most of the people who work for you? Here are five things you need to do

By Julian Birkinshaw

We’re more likely to excuse leaders’ false claims if we can imagine a scenario where they might be true – provided they fit with our view

By Kathy Brewis

Change efforts often fail – but there are ways to increase your chances of success

By Philios Andreou Sphika

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Banks may complain about having to disclose more about their business. In fact, they benefit, say Karthik Balakrishnan and Aytekin Ertan

By Karthik Balakrishnan

Nobel Prize-winning economist Eugene Fama on effectively efficient markets

By Stephen Schaefer

On 15 January 2018, Carillion went into liquidation. Chris Higson explores its demise

By Chris Higson

In recent decades, the rich have done well. The ultra-rich have done even better. Elias Papaioannou explains

By Elias Papaioannou

Will low-cost and simple investment advice from machines boost financial inclusion?

By Julian Birkinshaw

Valuing non-traditional firms is a technical challenge. Here’s what you need to know

By Christopher Hennessy

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A panel of experts discuss the impact of AI

By Michael G Jacobides

Panel discussion from the 2018 HR Strategy Forum

By Sharon Doherty

Shedding light on some of today’s hot economic issues, a panel of experts explore the ideas of influential thinkers

By Linda Yueh

Explore how to bring those tricky behavioural barriers down

By Randall S Peterson

Speaking to Julian Birkinshaw, Mike Bracken shares the challenges of turning a civil service website into an intuitive user experience

By Julian Birkinshaw

In conversation with Dan Cable

By Dan Cable

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