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Putting lifelong learning on the CEO agenda

– In an open letter to business leaders, a Harvard Business School professor and a learning engineer at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative... present an emphatic case to make learning a corporate priority.
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What’s missing in leadership development?

– Only a few actions matter, and they require the CEO’s attention.

When Execution Isn’t Enough: Decoding Inspirational Leadership

– The definition of great leadership, backed by ground-breaking research.
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Learning at the speed of business

– What digital means for the next generation of corporate academies.
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Leadership in context

– Organizational health matters more than you might expect.
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Agility: It rhymes with stability

– Companies can become more agile by designing their organizations both to drive speed and create stability.

The science of organizational transformations

– New survey results find that the most effective transformation initiatives draw upon four key actions to change mind-sets and... behaviors.

Experiential learning: What’s missing in most change programs

– Successful transformations demand new capabilities. To build them, experiential learning leverages the intimate link between knowledge... and experience.
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How to separate learning myths from reality

– Misconceptions about the brain are embedded in corporate training programs and could be sabotaging their effectiveness. Companies... should reevaluate them in light of the latest scientific insights.

Changing change management

– Research tells us that most change efforts fail. Yet change methodologies are stuck in a predigital era. It’s high time... to start catching up.
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When to change how you lead

– It’s fashionable to say we live in fast-changing times. Does that mean leadership itself must change?

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