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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.

Collection: IESE (España)
Ref: 75529
Format: PDF
Number of pages: 91
Publication Date: Sep 1, 2021
Language: English, Spanish

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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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