Categories: Learning / Research, Procurement Research, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Talent Management Tags: Plus Is consensus decision making the right approach for CPOs and other executives in leadership positions? Maybe not, according to some recent academic research. Show More Summary
Finland’s newly elected leadership is unlikely to change the country’s relations with NATO, experts interviewed by Sputnik said Monday.
The 600-room, five-star ITC Grand Chola Hotel is said to be the world’s largest hotel to receive a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (Leed) platinum rating by the US Green Building Council. Read the rest of the story at: Luxury goes green: ITC Grand Chola Hotel
Official and undeclared US presidential candidates use GOP leadership summit to position themselves on Iran and Israel.
Leadership gurus often talk about blame-storming, which is just like brainstorming except that the purpose is to find a scapegoat for something that’s gone wrong. Social media are now producing what you might call “shame-storming,” where some offense (real or imagined) is uncovered, and a horde...
I had always thought that every person had their own leadership style- some are micromanagers while others are passionate about consensus building and coaching for example. I recently attended a workshop on the Situational Leadership model and that notion of a single leadership style was turned on its head. What I learned is [...]
Nearly two years after Gallup stunned the business world with its announcement that 70 percent of American workers were disengaged in their jobs came some good news. In February, U.S. engagement hit a three-year high. Of course, fewShow More Summary
Press release from ESPN, April 20, 2015: ESPN Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Sean R.H. Bratches, whose leadership and accomplishments throughout his 27-year career with ESPN were instrumental to the company’s growth, will depart at the end of 2015....
For a long time American (and Australian) thinking about China has been dominated by a broad consensus that, despite many signs of growing assertiveness, Beijing does not pose a fundamental challenge to U.S. leadership in Asia. The argument...Show More Summary
True story: I was once part of a toxic team at work. We're talking turf wars, schemes, gossip, passive aggressiveness and dysfunctional leadership. I felt the people I was expected to work closest with were deliberately trying to prove I was incompetent. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, the Nashua, New Hampshire #FITN Republican Leadership Summit wound down to the tune of reporters asking this season’s crop of Republican presidential hopefuls the hive-minded question “Would you personally attend a gay wedding?” The question was asked of at least four attendees, by a least four different reporters, and what emerged was [...]
The Commercial Appeal has a story on the leadership turnover for the eight schools that KIPP runs in Memphis. The story notes the low performance of several of KIPP's schools. KIPP's first school in Memphis, KIPP Memphis Collegiate Middle, opened 13 years ago, which should be enough time for the KIPP magic to happen, one would think. Show More Summary
A statement from the World Health Organization leadership identifies failures in their response to the Ebola epidemic and specifies areas of reform.
Georgia Republicans held their Congressional District conventions on Saturday, with the purpose of electing leadership for the next two years, passing party rules, and considering resolutions of support or opposition to various public policies. Show More Summary
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) called out Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Monday, saying his leadership didn't work. "Well first of all, Harry's a good man," Manchin said while appearing on MSNBC’s "Morning Joe." "His leadership and the things he thought would work did not. Show More Summary
Curious about how this weekend's mammoth, 17-speaker First in the Nation Republican Leadership Forum in Nashua, New Hampshire, went, I consulted Bloomberg Politics, and sure enough, Mark Halperin had prepared...
HELSINKI (Reuters) - After only a few years of party leadership, Finland's next prime minister Juha Sipila beat electoral expectations by emphasizing his business acumen as a telecom millionaire executive while maintaining traditional Finnish roots that emphasize self-sufficiency.
Let’s take a break from tech and talent analytics and think about bosses. Good bosses make the news: consider Dan Price, the CEO in Seattle who was so moved by a study on happiness that he took an enormous salary pay cut to raise his employees pay to a live-able [...]
EU foreign ministers meet in Luxembourg; 24 corpses carried off Italian patrol ship in Malta. Death toll from Sunday's shipwreck off Libya still unclear. European