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Hacking the top job

by Thomas Keil and Marianna Zangrillo
Indian Management April 2022

As industries change more radically, there may be no silver bullets to stay relevant as a CEO. What is certain, however, is that CEOs need to rethink their skill set and possibly embrace very new ways of leading their organisations and looking for new talents to stay relevant.

Thomas Keil is an internationally recognised authority on CEO, leadership, and strategy topics. He is co-author, The Next CEO: Board and CEO Perspectives for Successful CEO Succession.

Marianna Zangrillo is an internationally recognised authority on CEO, leadership, and strategy topics. He is co-author, The Next CEO: Board and CEO Perspectives for Successful CEO Succession.

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Brand yourself

Whether you know or not, whether you like it or not, you are a brand. Your ‘branding’ happened soon after you were born, and has happened through the various phases of your life. In this age of branding, it is not just companies and products but also people who need reputation management.

by J Devarprakash
Indian Management March 2024

Set up your team for success

MYTH 1: The people on the innovation team are the right people for the team.
MYTH 2: The team should be laser-focused on the outcome. 
MYTH 3: The team knows best.
Myth 4: Innovation teams always succeed.
Myth 5: Company culture is not critical to the success of the team.

by Helene Cahen, MS
Indian Management March 2024

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Mastering influence

Influence is ubiquitous and you are using it, well or poorly, in your life whether you are aware of it or not. You have likely been to a powerful workshop or training program where you felt you learned a lot.

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Carrot or stick

Across every society, culture, and business, there is a fundamental behaviourist idea that if you reward certain behaviours you will get more of them, and if you punish certain behaviours, you will get less of them. However, according to many recent headlines, rewards do not work nearly as well as people think when it comes to changing behaviour.

by Nik Kinley and Shlomo Ben-Hur
Indian Management January 2024
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