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Leadership and People Management

4 Competencies to Develop Global Leaders

Canals, Jordi

Wanted: Leaders for growth markets and leaders with international experience. Jordi Canals, the dean of IESE, presents a framework to help companies develop tomorrow's global leadership. He puts forward four key competencies for leaders, based on five basic CEO functions that traverse borders.

Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Confronting Ethical Conflicts Across Cultures

Sanchez-Runde, Carlos J.; Nardon, Luciara; Steers, Richard M.

What to do about a payment that may be a bribe? Ethical questions in business naturally lead to some conflicts across cultures. Carlos Sánchez-Runde and co-authors find that managers dealing with such conflicts rely heavily on Western models of ethics in the absence of more universal guidelines.


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Decision Analysis

3 Effective Remedies to Restore Justice

Cugueró-Escofet, Natàlia; Fortin, M.; Canela, Miguel Ángel

How should an organization right a wrong? Monetary compensation, apologies and changes in corporate procedures are three powerful remedies to restore justice in the eyes of victims and witnesses, according to research by IESE's Natàlia Cugueró-Escofet and visiting professor Miguel Ángel Canela.


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Service and Operations Management

Win-Win-Win With Split-Award Auctions

Chaturvedi, Aadhaar; Beil, Damian R.; Martínez de Albéniz, Víctor

Accounting and Control

Are Voting Guidelines Ruling Your Business?Premium

Ormazabal, Gaizka; McCall, Allan L.

Leadership and People Management

Global Nomads: Key Players for Global Growth

Pin, José Ramón; García Lombardía, Pilar

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Service and Operations Management

Lessons From Panama

Jaume Ribera

August 15th marks 100 years since the opening of the Panama Canal. From its spectacularly complex construction and delayed expansion, Prof. Jaume Ribera gleans lessons on project management.


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