Executives are spending more time today concerned about operational risk than ever before. Operational risk is an operational approach to represent knowledge management but in this case, it seeks to manage organizational knowledge in order to identify, satisfy and retain talent. Similar to customer relationship management, knowledge management is a critical enabler for identifying, satisfying
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We live in the golden age of technology where cars are more than a symbol of necessity. This progressive period in car design is backed by a new generation of giant engines that are class, style and power personified. So, here this list below unveils the name of such people who have become well-known for
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Image: Gucci In the second instalment of Gucci’s high jewellery collection, creative director Alessandro Michele takes cues from the ever-changing nature of the sky and captures its mesmerising hues through a 130-piece collection divided into four chapters. Called Hortus Deliciarum (meaning “garden of delights” in Latin), the collection brings Michele’s signature maximalist style into the
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You understand the importance of encouraging employee engagement. Workers who are engaged are enthusiastic about their jobs, focused on their assignments and committed to the organization’s mission. They feel positive about their work, and that optimism helps them to be creative, energetic and collaborative. But some leaders don’t realize that a key to promoting engagement
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You want to change careers, but you’re not sure how and if you do make a change, you want to make sure that it’s a positive one. As well as meeting your fundamental need for an income, your career can be enjoyable, provide for great satisfaction and can positively impact your happiness and wellbeing. The
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Starting a new company is daunting and, to many, the most challenging part of entrepreneurship. Generating a fresh idea, persuading investors and forming a solid core team are all initial, necessary steps entrepreneurs must take to realize their dreams. However, in many ways, moving past the gritty startup phase to become a successful, growth-stage company is even more challenging than first getting it off the ground. Setting internal
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One thing we’ve learned from Covid is that big companies are still run by flesh-and-blood human beings, not artificially intelligent data-crunchers. Despite frequent warnings about potential pandemics, most companies and CEOs did little to actually prepare for the calamity. Eight of the 10 largest publicly held U.S. companies didn’t even identify pandemics as a risk
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Throughout a life spent moving from one organizational challenge to another, I’ve noticed that one thread has woven the whole experience together: The unbridled power of good communication and storytelling in successful people. But one question persists: If communication is so important, and we are more interconnected than ever before, then why are most managers and
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What do most Fortune 500 executives have in common? They learned important lessons on the fields and courts of their high school and collegiate sports teams. In partnership with Chief Executive, former Sports Illustrated editor Don Yaeger hosts our weekly Corporate Competitor podcast, diving into the convergence of sports, business and leadership. A recent episode
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Have you ever wondered why many perfectly competent, intelligent and accomplished corporate leaders seem destined to toil almost in anonymity, while others seem to have a knack for attracting the spotlight and are widely engaged as thought leaders in their fields and their communities? The difference most often is a matter of intentionality and process,
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A former co-worker was kind enough to post something on my LinkedIn page about my leadership style, saying in part that when I served as CMO at a previous stop I assembled marketing strategies “as some set a feast—a place for everything and everyone in their best place.” I’m certainly appreciative of my colleague’s words,
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Those hardest hit by sudden forced changes to their work is not determined by their skills, qualifications, experience or income level, but often by how people construct their sense of identity. A person’s work identity can help them advance through adversity or it can be their undoing, it can make or break them. Supporting the
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