Plus: Europe and China racing ahead on electric vehicles; promising signs for search funds; the facts on global connectedness; future directions for European e-commerce; the value creation and appropriation (VCA) model; is common ownership to blame for excessive CEO pay?
Plus: a new variable to consider for family firms; the Venture Capital and Private Equity Country Attractiveness Index; an innovation system for mature tech firms; when coupons work best; reconciling competition and regulation in banking.
Plus: Belén Garijo on leadership for the new health care era; the self-enhancement trap; wedding industry trends for Millennials; ranking the world's smartest cities; NBA lessons for talent management and social capital; the hospital of the future.
Plus: open innovation; the 10 most sought-after competencies for international careers; meeting the challenges of an aging workforce; 10 keys to self-motivation; and what kind of board member are you?
Plus: why pretending to be green will backfire; the benefits of Impact Investing; what entrepreneurs say versus what investors think; surprising trends in expat assignments; pricing strategies; using robust action to tackle complex challenges.
Plus: Sir Martin Sorrell sees a talent war looming; a brand positioning matrix for the era of scarcity; the competencies that leaders will need for 2025; hot bets for investment; how to set sales targets that motivate.
In celebration of our 25th edition, we have compiled 25 top insights by IESE professors published since the magazine's inception. Here we offer six years' worth of insights that, if put into practice, will have a deep, positive, lasting impact on your management and the world in which you operate. So read on!
Plus: why some firms fail to innovate; factors influencing choice of subsidiary staffing; retail sell-through rates; more women needed on top boards; predicting international sales; Spanish real estate bullish again.
Plus: Robert Rubin on restoring stability and growth to the U.S. and eurozone economies; investors stand to profit from recording losses first; deepening global connectedness could boost global growth; who runs Europe's largest family businesses; how fear of unemployment dampens consumption; globalization may be contributing to the obesity pandemic; the need for a digital constitution; predictors of microenterprise success.
Plus: Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes on net neutrality; contract negotiation time; local digital marketing; preparing for an executive role; reasons for optimism in Spain; greenwashing; three powerful remedies to restore justice for organizational wrongdoing.