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IESE Business School Insight, 159. The future of capitalism
How the next generation of business leaders can fix capitalism to have a more positive impact for all. Featuring interviews with Paul Polman, Nitin Nohria and Rebecca Henderson as well as a checklist for change. Plus: Profiles of energy business leader Eghosa Oriaikhi Mabhena, entrepreneur Carlos Uraga and pianist Ignasi Cambra. Three experts bust the myths on teleworking. Tips for having better conversations. Operations lessons from 9/11. Evaluating ambiguous product offerings. Four principles to manage your career for the long term. Managing stress before it manages you.
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IESE Business School Insight. The future of capitalism
Why are so many people questioning the world’s dominant economic system? Proposals abound in IESE Business School Insight 159, featuring global perspectives on how to fix what’s broken about capitalism today. Read more (+)