Having a culture of continual innovation is essential to staying relevant and increasing sales opportunities. However, it can quite easily become a distraction or a drain on valuable resources.
In the run up to this year’s Davos gathering of the great and the something or other, the founder of the World Economic Forum, professor Klaus Schwab, issued an extraordinary one pager in the 11 January edition of the Financial Times.
Hugging your boss on "National Hug Your Boss Day" might not be at the top of everyone’s to-do list, but Michael Jenkins, chief executive of Roffey Park Institute, argues it's a good opportunity to reflect on how compassionate your workplace is.
Harvard economics professor David Deming’s research has suggested that within the next 20 years, the highest paying jobs will go to those not with educational qualifications, but to “people people.”
The role of psychopath has drawn some of the biggest names in the movie business: Jack Nicholson, Michael Douglas and Anthony Hopkins are a few. According to certain analysts, the same could be said of CEOs.