The recent Deloitte report discussed in these pages highlights how leadership quality directly affects company share price. Our second major theme in this issue is how leading western business schools and specialist providers are engaging in innovative ways the world’s emerging economies – with case studies on Haas/Berkeley in Mongolia, Emerging World & Microsoft in Kenya and Peru, and Wharton & Coca-Cola Foundation in Africa.
Richard Pascale’s article on Positive Deviance is crucial read for anyone invested in leadership best practice.
A conversation with Santiago Iniguez, Dean of IE Business School, Madrid
Exploring trends that stimulate and improve outcomes
Seeing the World Through a Different Lens
The Modern Agora Roddy Millar with Santiago Iniguez
The Success Virus: Using Memes in Business Paul Brown on Martin Francombe
Positive Deviance: A New Kind of Leadership Richard Pascale
The Financial Value of Great Leadership Roddy Millar
Evaluation: The Road Less Travelled John O’Connor
Leveraging Diversity: Integrative Thinking in Cross-Functional Teams Jennifer Riel
A Psycho-Spiritual Approach to Leadership Development Karin Jironet & Murray Stein
Program Design: New Approaches for Challenging Times Rakesh Sondhi
Philips Octagon Program: A Strategic Investment in Leadership Deb Giffen & Rudi Plettinx
Microsoft and Emerging World: Developing Talent for Changing Times Deb Giffen & Rudi Plettinx
From Africa to America: Coca-Cola, Wharton and Inclusive Leadership Learning Anne Wainscott-Sargent
Mining New Talent in Mongolia: An Examplar for Emerging Economies Roddy Millar
The Strategist: Be the Leader Your Business Needs – Cynthia Montgomery
The Wide Lens: A New Strategy for Innovation – Ron Adner
Reverse Innovation: Create Far from Home Win Everyehere – Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble
Serial Innovators: Firms that Change the World – Claudio Feser
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