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Human Uniqueness At The Dawn Of Intelligent Machines

Human Uniqueness At The Dawn Of Intelligent Machines

By Mario Raich, Simon L. Dolan, Dr. Dave Ulrich and Claudio Cisullo Every generation wants to improve on the previous generation; however, this generation risks...

Chief Value Officer: Training to navigate the future with the MBA & DBA Community...

Interview with Audencia Business School’s Audencia MBA & DBA Community Director Mickael Naulleau The "bottom line" is a long-standing measure of a business’s success (or...
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What Motivates People To Become A Leader?

By Tina Kiefer, Warwick Business School (WBS) “I start with the premise that the function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.”...
Gina Lodge

Soft Skills: Key To Leadership In A Changed World

Interview with Gina Lodge, CEO of The Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) Nobody knows for certain what the post-COVID business world will look like...
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Future-proofing payment systems: the silver lining is in the cloud

Exclusive interview with Form3 Chief Customer Officer Jessica Letterman Maintaining legacy payment systems is costly for banks, especially with continual changes in the regulatory framework....
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Getting the AI edge: An exclusive interview with MobiDev CEO Oleg Lola

How can businesses leverage artificial intelligence effectively? Oleg Lola, CEO of MobiDev, outlines his company’s approach to harnessing the power of AI in the...
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An Effective Intersection of Automation and Productivity: Interview with TimeXtender CEO, Heine Krog Iversen

In a post-COVID world, it is hard to say which work models are still conventional and part of the status quo. Such lines have...
Christina Massaad

Diamonds In The Rough: Spotting Opportunity During A Crisis

An exclusive interview with Cedar Rose founder and non-executive director Christina Massaad After helping kickstart digital transformation across the MENA region, Cedar Rose is now...
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Individualized Learning in Executive Education Accommodating the Modern Learner

By Mandy Hübener, Bianca Schmitz and Bethan Williams ESMT Berlin is the highest-ranked business school in Germany and Top 10 in Europe. Founded by...
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Artificial Intelligence: Just Who Is In Charge Around Here?

An Exclusive Interview with Professor David De Cremer, Founder and Director, Centre on AI Technology for Humankind, NUS The employment of artificial intelligence is proceeding...
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Empowering Small and Medium Enterprises through the Synergy of AI and Blockchain

By Yan Pang The ability to make effective use of AI technology has hitherto remained in the province of large enterprises, with their access to...
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Human-Algorithm Collaboration in Managerial Decision Making

By Tessa Haesevoets, David De Cremer, Kim Dierckx and Alain Van Hiel Most would accept that there is a role for both humans and AI...
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The Service Revolution, Intelligent Automation and Service Robots

By Jochen Wirtz, Werner H. Kunz and Stefanie Paluch Are there parallels between the Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth century and the changes now being wrought on twenty-first-century society...
AI and Surveillance at Work

Watched Over by Machines: AI and Surveillance at Work

By Andreas Deppeler The recent transitions towards having company personnel working at home while remaining digitally connected have sometimes been portrayed as furthering the ideal...
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Humanising Robots Increases Consumer Satisfaction and Forgiveness of their Failures

By Kai Chi (Sam) Yam and David De Cremer Want your customers to have a positive, forgiving attitude towards your robot employees? Then make your...
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Synergy or Conflict? Lessons for managers on how to successfully adopt AI to augment...

By Jakob Stollberger and David De Cremer Artificial intelligence undeniably offers the potential to improve decision-making, at least in certain contexts. In this article, AI experts Jakob Stollberger...
Graham Bright

Promise and Challenge: AI in the Trade Finance Industry

Interview with Graham Bright, Head of Compliance and Operations, Euro Exim Bank Technology is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it’s moving fast –...
Ethical Audits and Positive Culture Transformation

Raising The Ethical Bar: Ethical Audits and Positive Culture Transformation

By Simon Dolan, Steven Hawkins, Chad Albrecht and Bonnie Richley While most organizations have a code of conduct (or a code of ethics), many...

The New Strategic Reality as a Consequence of the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Dr. Peter Lorange The new reality of COVID-19 has been with us since the end of the first quarter of 2020.  This has led...

The Funny Thing About Robot Leadership

By Jamie L. Gloor, Lauren C. Howe, David De Cremer and Kai Chi (Sam) Yam Are today’s employees getting “soft”? All signs suggest that employees should:...

TableTop and Covid19 – It’s No Longer An Easy Game!

By Uwe Eickert and Boris Liedtke The raging pandemic has swiftly shaken up many business models around the globe thereby creating a number of instant...

Managing By Traction (MbT) Reinventing Management in the Cyber-Age

By Mario Raich, Tomasz Krzemiński, Claudio Cisullo, Simon L. Dolan and Bonnie A. Richley Abstract “We are at a critical turning point in human history!  We...

What Children can teach us about Leadership: Seeing both the Trees and The Forest

By David De Cremer  and Hannah De Cremer Leadership and management are two different things. Managing a work force today implies taking up the role...

Crisis Leadership in Action: A Balancing Act between the Past and the Future

By David De Cremer The year 2020 will remain in our collective memory as a “crisis” year. It is the year where COVID-19 hit the...

Going Up! Giving a lift to mobility in India

Interview with Gilco Global's Aman Moudgil and Sh. Deepak Moudgil Some six years ago Indian mobility solutions company Gilco Global was born out of an...

Where Does Resilience Come From? It’s Your Progress in Digital Transformation, Especially in Times...

By Howard Yu and Shan Jialu The coronavirus crisis has shown us that ‘future-ready’ companies bounce back first Warren Buffet wrote in his 2001 letter to shareholders...

Does the Devil Wear Prada? Lessons in supply chain sustainability from luxury fashion

By Hakan Karaosman, Donna Marshall and Alessandro Brun Summary In this article, we present the results of a five-year ongoing research project, with multiple companies in...

Agile Anarchy is the Name of the Future

By Guido Stein and Alberto Barrachina To build agile organizations you must understand human relationships   1. Change> Transform Your Approach to Transformation This technical note explores some...

Select out: Why selection often goes wrong and what to do about it

By Adrian Furnham The process of selecting people, in business as in social relationships, tends to focus on the “good” characteristics we are looking for....

Corporate Foresight In An Ever-Turbulent Era

By Alex Fergnani, Andy Hines, Alessandro Lanteri and Mark Esposito Nobody knows what the future holds in store. How, then, should businesses prepare for the...

Under Cyberattack: Learning For Leaders Through Play

By Nora Grasselli and Bethan Williams How are team dynamics affected by our evermore global and virtualized business context? An innovative game created at ESMT...

5 Keys to Resolving Cross-Functional Rivalries in your Digital Transformation

By Bhaskar Ghosh, Nigel Stacey, Raghav Narsalay, Aarohi Sen, and Paul Barbagallo The challenge is as old as business itself: How do you get people...

Business and Governments and Civil Society and a Healthy Planet

By Sylvain Guyoton and Hervé Legenvre The following discussion took place In April 2020. We aimed at confronting our points of views on the contradictory...

Building the Future on a Century of Heritage: A family business on the move–for...

Interview with Max Viessmann, CEO of Viessmann Group If knowledge is power, then shared knowledge must surely be the way for a company to maximise...

Robots Are Cleaning Up – And Much More Besides!

Interview with Claus Risager, CEO at Blue Ocean Robotics The potential of robots to assist and even replace humans in a variety of work areas...

Innovation pathways for luxury brands – evolution or reinvention?

By Hannes Gurzki and Ashok Som  Since its inception, the luxury industry has been a growth story. Product extensions, store network expansion, entering growth markets...

Response to COVID-19 Global Pandemic Highlights the Role of National Cultures

By Bhaskar Pant The novel coronavirus has affected countries around the globe. It is non-discriminatory in terms of who it hits. It is oblivious to...

Wharton LIVE: Best-in-Class Online Learning

When Wharton’s campus closed in March, more than 40 students from Shanghai were in California en route to Philadelphia for a finance program. The...

Episode 29: Home/Office insights from the Netherlands with Steve Longhorn and Elyse Nijsse

In this special joint episode which closes the Q2 theme of Wellbeing in the Built Environment we talk to experts in Facilities Management and...

Mind How You Grow: A Partnership to Improve Your Processes

Interview with Mr Giuseppe Zagami, the president of Mind The Value Fast-growing Italy-based company Mind The Value has made a name for itself with its...

Services have become invisible to customers in B2B and B2C

By Fernanda Arreola, Alfonso Castañeda For customers in B2B and B2C environments, the true providers of the services they consume have become invisible. In this...

How Leaders Can Overcome their Biases to Succeed in the Post-Crisis World

By Nikolaus Obwegeser, Noemie Tentillier, and Tomoko Yokoi Research has shown that our ability to deal with a crisis is heavily dependent on our perception...

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