Sieber, Sandra; Káganer, Evgeny; Zamora López, Javier
Executives in their 40s or 50s will never be Digital Natives -- those who have grown up with technology and have never known anything else. While we cannot change the age we were born into, we can control our literacy of today's digital culture. IESE professors offer winning tips to help today's leaders step over the digital divide, so that technology becomes a source of innovation rather than alienation.
Reiche, B. Sebastian; Canals Margalef, Jordi; Sanchez-Runde, Carlos J.; Ghemawat, Pankaj
Are today's executives as global in their leadership as the business world is in which they operate? Professors from IESE Business School shed light on what it takes to be a truly global leader, and they stress the importance of developing the talent required to successfully navigate today's challenges.
Miller, Paddy; Wedell-Wedellsborg, Thomas
If you want to make innovation happen, you need to change the way people act or behave in their daily work. Based on material in their book Innovation as Usual, the authors present five key behaviors, which they believe leaders ought to foster in their employees in order to release innovation in their companies.