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Who killed strategic planning?

For some time now, strategic planning has been dying a slow death. Rapid acceleration in the rate of change and innovation along with instability in the global economy have made long-range forecasting obsolete. That may come as welcome news to many executives and managers...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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U.S. regulators, acting after a oil-train derailment last year ignited a fireball that killed 47 people in Canada, said they intend to require at least two crew members for crude shipments, a proposal opposed by the railroads. The Federal Railroad Administration also will...

source: Bloomberg

For some time now, strategic planning has been dying a slow death. Rapid acceleration in the rate of change...

source: By Michael J. Berens

Much has been written recently about the bonuses and challenges of managing millennials. Regardless of your feelings about them, these people will account for 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025. But attracting and retaining them will be a tricky thing for companies...

source: Inc.

We've all read the stories about successful and iconic CEOs with volatile personalities — about leaders who use fear to drive performance. A few of these executives are better known for their bad behavior than their business achievements. And while in some cases their...

source: Fast Company

There are people who rely on you: employees, customers, partners, suppliers, family. If you make wrong decisions or go out of business, they will suffer. They are expecting you to make the right decisions so that your company succeeds and their livelihoods are intact.

source: Entrepreneur

You can be an analytical, data-driven, steely-eyed CEO all you like, but business is ultimately about people. That means business is also about emotions: both yours and those of the people you interact with every day. Want to make a huge difference in your life and in the...



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