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Former Unilever CEO Paul Polman on
Individual and Collective Purpose

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Courageous Leadership: Paul Polman’s Insights for the Next Generation of Business Managers

In 2021, John Pontillo, Celia Bravard, and Andrew Hoffman conducted a series of interviews with Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever. They discussed how...

Performance Reviews are Dead, Long Live Performance Management!

Herman AguinisThe George Washington University School of Business Jing Burgi-TianDublin City University and The George Washington University School of Business Deloitte, Microsoft, and many other companies...

The Internet at 50: Pioneers, Engineers, and Influencers on Its Past and Future

Charles J. Corbett,Anderson School of Management,UCLA Uday S. Karmarkar,Anderson School of Management,UCLA Christopher S. Tang,Anderson School of Management,UCLA When the original founders of the Internet look back...

Continuous Improvement Revisited: Organization Design as the Last Step in Gaining the Full Competitive Advantage of Kaizen

Shumpei Iwao, Keio University By strategically choosing to adopt organizational design, firms will gain a greater competitive advantage than ever from kaizen. Shumpei Iwao argues...

Rethinking Employee Experience in the New World of Hybrid Work

Robin Erickson,The Conference Board Amy Lui Abel,The Conference Board In a hybrid working world, companies will have to rethink their employees’ entire experience. Dr. Robin Erickson...

A Brief History of the Internet and the World Wide Web

Subodha Kumar,Fox School of Business,Temple University Georgia Perakis,Sloan School of Management,Massachusetts Institute of Technology How did a scientific movement invent the Internet and how did that...

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