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I participated in my first 5K recently and, in doing so, learned more about myself than I expected. Most specifically, I learned that I don't like running — but that won't prevent me from probably doing it again. There were many parallels between how I trained and completed the 5K and how I approach much of everything else in my life, and during this self-assessment I learned lessons that can be universally applied:

 

Published on: Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Follow the Leader: Henry Chesbrough

 
Henry Chesbrough, globally recognized expert on open innovation, shared his unique perspective on revisiting and renewing the process of innovating with ExecuNet in this video interview, taken at the 2012 World Innovation Forum. His views on open innovation and cross-functional collaboration can raise engagement with customers in many markets around the world.

 

Published on: Friday, August 31, 2012

There IS an I in Team — It’s You

 
Most business people have heard, "There's no I in team;" however, when you are the leader, the team can ultimately be a reflection of you. Highly effective teams are typically managed well, while long-term underperforming teams can often have poor leadership at the helm.

Even though Patrick Lencioni asserts that "all teams are potentially dysfunctional," largely because they are comprised of fallible, imperfect human beings. It is up to the leader to ensure that trust is maintained despite difficulties, disagreements and debate. The methods used to manage through the trouble times are as individual as you are.

 

Published on: Wednesday, August 29, 2012

The Waiting Game

Posted By: Joseph Daniel McCool
Filed Under: leadership, joseph daniel mccool, executive job search, innovation, economy, career planning
 
The business world is still waiting for clarity, for certainty and for signs of sustained economic growth.

As the presidential campaign politicizes any debate about whether investment or some level or badly needed financial discipline makes the most sense for the American people, millions of Americans remain jobless and many employers remain stuck in the "idle" position.

 

 
Kellogg School Professor Mohanbir Sawhney, recognized among the most influential global business voices, elaborated in this ExecuNet exclusive video interview at the 2012 World Innovation Forum on his recognition that there may be "strange new people entering your marketplace" and what these new entrants into a variety of global markets means for established companies and leaders.

 



What World Renowned Business Leaders Have to Say

Many of the world's top business leaders, from a variety of industries, gathered in New York City to share their views on business and the challenges today's leaders will face in the coming years. Attendees learned how visionaries from a wide range of management disciplines define the process and commitments required to realize the potential for raising organizational performance in a time of lingering economic uncertainty and a changing global economy. These are can't miss insights for any business executive!


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