The Companies that grow Their Own

Issue 11

In this issue LBS professor, Nigel Nicholson, explores the role of self-awareness in leadership; Yoshie Tomozumi from Columbia School of Business traces the importance of network building in executive education programs and its ability to transform organizational awareness; while Erin Burns and Bob Gandossy of RBL analyze what the very best led firms do differently.

Key Articles

Scaling Change for Global Impact

Roddy Millar

A conversation with David Altman, VP and MD of CCL EMEA

Seeing, Being, Doing: New Ways to Develop Leaders

Nigel Nicholson

Leadership through a fusion of evolutionary science, ego psychology and management science.

Leadership: A Perfect Storm

Paddy Miller

The difference between leading a team and a complex organization


Scaling Change for Global Impact

Bring on the Love: Neurochemistry and Evolution of Orgaizational Culture

Feeding Curious Minds for Better Leadership


Social Networks that Improve Performance

How Top Companies Develop Their Leaders

Leadership Beyond the Hype: A Conceptual Critique

The Value of Evaluation

Seeing Being Doing: New Ways to Develop Leaders



Short, Sharp and Innovative: Innovation Boot Camp at Ross Michigan


From Smart to Wise: Acting and Leading with Wisdom – Prasad Kaipa & Navi Radjou

Global Brand Power: Leveraging Branding for Long-term Growth – Barbara E Kahn

How Stella Saved the Farm: A Tale About Making Innovation Happen – Vijay Govindarajan & Chris Trimble

Succeed Under Pressure: Converting Football Lessons into Business Success – Gary Bailey & Rakesh Sondhi


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