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Culture Really Does Eat Strategy for Breakfast

Culture Really Does Eat Strategy for Breakfast

Time and time again, I have had the opportunity to observe how organizations operate, viewing firsthand high-performing cultures where extraordinary things are accomplished on a daily basis. These are places where people are aligned and unified through unique social contracts.

The Core Values Built Into the Machines Shaping Our Future

The Core Values Built Into the Machines Shaping Our Future

In 1950, Alan Turing posed a question that put the field of computer science on a new trajectory: can machines think?

How Instant Feedback During an Interview Can Change a Career

How Instant Feedback During an Interview Can Change a Career

Many job seekers ask for feedback after an interview, but how would you react if you get blunt advice during it? Work it to your advantage.

How to Run a Company Retreat That Won't Crash and Burn

How to Run a Company Retreat That Won't Crash and Burn

Welcome to the annual company retreat -- which you had hoped would refresh your company’s strategy and renew the team’s esprit de corps.

Managing a CEO’s Scarcest Resource—Time

Managing a CEO’s Scarcest Resource—Time

Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent, chairman of the U.S.-China Business Council, wanted to make a good impression on Chinese President Hu Jintao: “In honor of this very historic moment, I would like to propose a toast to President Hu and also to his esteemed delegation…Kanpai!” Kent said. The toast elicited embarrassed laughter from the assembled crowd.