Corporate Management

Diversity: is bias baked into your boardroom?

Last month, we blogged about the importance of avoiding cognitive biases in investment decisions. Such biases can also be dangerous in business leadership and are often a cause of corporate failures. Mistakes such as herding and confirmation bias are just as prevalent among company directors as they are among investors. One of the most important

By |2023-10-05T17:04:30+00:00January 28th, 2021|Corporate Management|Comments Off on Diversity: is bias baked into your boardroom?

Visionary carmaker Iacocca offers vital management lessons for today

I recently read a 1985 copy of ‘Iacocca: an autobiography’ and was surprised to find many crucial and timely lessons for today’s budding business leaders and managers. I cannot recommend it highly enough. Lee Iacocca was president of Ford until 1978, then became CEO of the struggling Chrysler, making him the only person to lead

By |2023-12-21T12:41:43+00:00January 8th, 2021|Corporate Management|Comments Off on Visionary carmaker Iacocca offers vital management lessons for today

Why Your Company Should Offer Workplace Leadership Training

Strong leadership is integral to the successful future of any organisation, but are leaders born or made? If you don’t believe it is worth leaving to chance, offering effective workplace leadership training can provide a strategic approach to talent development. This type of training doesn’t only provide efficiencies for businesses. It is also an attractive

By |2023-12-21T12:41:50+00:00October 30th, 2019|Corporate Management|Comments Off on Why Your Company Should Offer Workplace Leadership Training

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