New Leaders for a Complex World

Issue 14

In this issue we look at how the World Economic Forum is preparing its leaders for the ever increasing pace of change  and create order out of complexity. We also explore how many of these leadership challenges are best solved from within – how the best program design is focused much more on self-management and self-discovery than formal knowledge exchange from provider to participant.

Key Articles

Local Knowledge, Global Impact

Roddy Millar

A conversation with Carolyn Campbell, Associate Dean of Executive Education at Alberta School of Business

Lead Like a Woman

Justine Lutterodt

Rewriting the rules of corporate success

Global Leadership for Greater Good

Roddy Millar

Tri-sector collaboration at the WEF Fellows Program


Local Knowledge, Global Impact

Attention Pays: Mindfulness as a Key to Leadership

Lead Like a Woman

Pay Attention to Change: Lessons from Neuroscience


Global Leadership for Greater Good

Architecture of the Invisible

Design for Learning

The Naked Leader

Getting People to Change


Experienced Managers for an Agile Organization

Leaders: How Volvo Grow their Own


Grounded: How Leaders Stay Rooted in an Uncertain World – Bob Rosen

Management of the Fuzzt Front-end of Innovation – Edited by Oliver Gassmann and Fiona Schweitzer

Firm Commitment: Why the Corporation is failing us and how to restore it – Colin Mayer

Luxury Talent Management: Leading and Managing a Luxury Brand – Michael Gutsatz & Gilles Auguste


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