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From CNBC 25, Cramer anoints fave five - CNBC.com

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He recognized that the company needed the best mobile strategy in the world including unobtrusive ads. And he promised that's what he would ...
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Measuring and Managing Total Impact to deliver New Information for decision making

Measuring and Managing Total Impact to deliver New Information for decision making | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
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When You Think the Strategy is Wrong

When You Think the Strategy is Wrong | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Chances are that at some point in your career you've been asked to implement a strategy that was developed by someone other than yourself. A manager's job is to implement that strategy, and to be s...
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Take Off the White Gloves and Become a Change Agent - Huffington Post (blog)

Take Off the White Gloves and Become a Change Agent - Huffington Post (blog) | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Take Off the White Gloves and Become a Change Agent
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I became class president, the white gloves were gone and slacks were added to the dress code. So, what did I learn by that experience that I still use today?

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Growth helps narrow gender gap in fast-growing economies - Financial Times

Growth helps narrow gender gap in fast-growing economies - Financial Times | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Growth helps narrow gender gap in fast-growing economies Financial Times Amid a growing international debate on bridging the gender gap, the rapid economic growth of emerging markets in recent years has greatly increased opportunities for women in...
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No Time to Hem and Haw: Crafting a Faster Decision-Making Process - Owner Magazine

No Time to Hem and Haw: Crafting a Faster Decision-Making Process - Owner Magazine | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
7 strategies to craft a faster decision-making process and take ownership of your decisions.
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Identify Your Best Change Agents - Management Tip of the Day Harvard Business Review

Identify Your Best Change Agents - Management Tip of the Day  Harvard Business Review | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
When it comes to change management, half the battle is making sure you have the right leaders in place. Assess your leaders’ competencies, behavioral styles, and values with an eye for some...

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Mindfulness meditation may improve decision-making, new study suggests

Mindfulness meditation may improve decision-making, new study suggests | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
New findings suggest that mindfulness meditation, which cultivates awareness of the present moment and clears the mind of other thoughts, may help people make smarter choices.
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5 Guides for Decision Making | Old Paths Journal

5 Guides for Decision Making | Old Paths Journal | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
RT @BobGraySr: 5 Guides for Decision Making http://t.co/rXg5aXGS8B via @adomelle
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The four levels of decision-making - Financial Times

The four levels of decision-making - Financial Times | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
The four levels of decision-making Financial Times When so-called “flat organisation” structures were first being promoted by the likes of Peter Drucker nearly 30 years ago, the renowned organisational psychologist Elliott Jaques contended that all...
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HBR: A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making

HBR: A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it

All too often, managers rely on common leadership approaches that work well in one set of circumstances but fall short in others. Why do these approaches fail even when logic indicates they should prevail? The answer lies in a fundamental assumption of organizational theory and practice: that a certain level of predictability and order exists in the world.

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The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013

The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013 | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it

Harvard Business Review's list of the most important, useful, and original thinking from 2013. Compiled by Katherine Bell, editor of HBR.org. A highly recommended list of articles.


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Some great material worth reviewing by all leaders.  Another HBR list.

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Winter Solstice: a Time for Reflection, Self-Acceptance, and Growth

Winter Solstice: a Time for Reflection, Self-Acceptance, and Growth | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Traci Stein, PhD, MPH - The winter solstice marks powerful change—and an opportunity for reflection and renewal that may invite the same in your life.
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When Your Team Reverts to the Old Strategy

When Your Team Reverts to the Old Strategy | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Repositioning your company can be an invigorating move — it's exciting to take a fresh approach and go after new opportunities. But change is also risky and over time, the momentum behind it ...
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Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Ready, Set, Grow

Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Ready, Set, Grow | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
The Ready, Set, Grow program gives six entrepreneurs an all-expense paid trip to Monte Carlo where they will present their business plans to a panel of mentors. Find out more at ey.com/rsg. (#Entrepreneurs !
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'More women' on UK company boards

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A "culture change" has taken place at top UK companies, with more women getting boardroom positions, a report says.
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To Exist Is to Change - Huffington Post (blog)

To Exist Is to Change - Huffington Post (blog) | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
To Exist Is to Change
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It is the great "what if" factor in decision-making, and the entity's raison d'etre to move forward and stay abreast of the turbulent and constantly changing times.
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Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman on Making Smarter Decisions [VIDEO]

Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman on Making Smarter Decisions [VIDEO] | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
The bestselling author of Thinking, Fast and Slow talks about overcoming the cognitive biases and errors that can affect decision-making.
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Four Tricks to Help You Make Any Difficult Decision

Four Tricks to Help You Make Any Difficult Decision | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
The decision making process is never easy. No matter how many tricks you have up your sleeve, you're bound to lose a little sleep over the big decisions.
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Fragmented Decision Making | SmartData Collective

Fragmented Decision Making | SmartData Collective | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Many midsized organizations are uncertain about how to proceed with business intelligence and analytics – or if they should even jump in.
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The One Thing You Can Do To Help You Make Better, More Rational Decisions - Huffington Post

The One Thing You Can Do To Help You Make Better, More Rational Decisions - Huffington Post | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
The One Thing You Can Do To Help You Make Better, More Rational Decisions Huffington Post In other experiments, study participants actually went through brief mindfulness meditation training before making hypothetical decisions on sunk-cost...
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Recent U.S. economic data show the pace of economic growth slowing or getting sluggish @WSJGraphics

Recent U.S. economic data show the pace of economic growth slowing or getting sluggish @WSJGraphics | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Recent U.S. economic data show the pace of economic growth slowing or getting sluggish http://t.co/tb6dr1Fyb4
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Building a Game-Changing Talent Strategy

Building a Game-Changing Talent Strategy | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.
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Rewriting the Playbook for Corporate Partnerships | MIT Sloan Management Review

Rewriting the Playbook for Corporate Partnerships | MIT Sloan Management Review | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
Some innovative companies are attempting to redefine the parameters of strategic partnerships.
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3 hindrances to good decision-making

3 hindrances to good decision-making | Corporate Strategy | Scoop.it
3 hindrances to good decision making that every organisation should avoid. (3 hindrances to good decision making http://t.co/tg55cfyzqU)
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