Passing a business to the next generation requires the appropriate legal tools and a well-designed succession plan.
In a relentlessly changing world, self-organizing conversation can enable learning, adaptation, influence, and co-evolution for the firm.
The ABC model offers a three-step process for providing and receiving feedback effectively.
The purpose of this article is to examine how organizational culture influences the likelihood of success for change strategies, and to provide tools for the reader to apply within his or her organization.
2008 Graziadio School Student Paper Competition – How Intercultural Competence Drives Success in Global Virtual Teams
A study that shows intercultural competence as a factor in effectiveness of global virtual teams, and that building relationships, establishing structure, and having discipline are critical for success.
Gratitude is not just a “feel good” emotion when it comes to organizational life. It can benefit an organization in many ways.
David W. Stewart, editor of the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science shares his expertise and thoughts on Marketing Accountability.
For the first time in history, whistleblowers are being recognized as a powerful and positive force for change with new laws protecting the rights of whistleblowers.
A resource of common and not so common business terms to help you decipher business terminology.
Mediation/arbitration techniques are increasingly being utilized by organizations to manage the challenges presented by intra-organizational disputes.
Corporations that emphasize meaningful communication, willingness to serve, and common purpose will have more favorable financial and/or investment results.
Embracing conflict in groups is necessary for effective team dynamics and improved performance.
The decision as to whether or not to make the first offer or demand in a negotiation needs to be a strategic choice rather than a default.
The best strategic plans in the world are not likely to be successful if they are not effectively communicated to those who must implement them: the employees.
An exercise to teach participants the importance of the first offer or demand in a negotiation.
A successful Value-Based Management program requires the entire organization’s participation.
A roundtable discussion offering insights on professional recovery and revitalization.
Family businesses, the most common type of business form world-wide, share characteristics and working styles that can provide strategic advantages.
War stories and project meetings create a context in which teams can move from the old to the new.
The choice of an interpreter may be one of the most important choices you make when conducting business globally.
To improve internal customer service, managers need to measure, give feedback, and continuously improve upon how employees serve each other.
Learn how to deliver information, gather information, and ask for a decision.
Effective use of a citizen advisory panel requires clear objectives, high-level corporate support, broad community involvement, and good intergroup dynamics.