Vijay Govindarajan: “What you need to forget will help you in the future are the very things that are helping you today. What you need to forget requires having a vision of the future.”

A successful strategy for the long-term growth and prosperity of a business involves envisaging the future while forgetting the past and, at the same (...)

Nancy Rothbard, a management professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, recommends thinking about what hours of the day you’re most productive.

Here are five tips on how to cope with a workaholic: 1. CONSIDER YOUR BOSS’S PERSPECTIVE: First look at your boss’s professional circumstances and as(...)

Perfect pick: pursuing or applying innovation without the right information or in the wrong direction is next to useless

Getting marketing right is crucial for any company. Pursuing or applying innovation without the right information or, worse, in the wrong direction is(...)

From Offaly and Clare to Disney and CNN:  Una Fox, Samantha Barry, Margaret Molloy, Leda Connaughton-Deeny, Hylda Queally, Anne Morrison and Blathnaid Healy

Anne Morrison Chair of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Morrison was appointed chair of the British Academy of Film and Television A(...)

Valerie Casey, Sinead  O’Sullivan, Dee  Forbes,  Máire P  Walsh, Anita Sands, Anne-Marie Farrell

Anne-Marie Farrell Head of behavioural economics research Global SMB (small- and medium-sized business) marketing, Google Aft(...)

The best way to retain the expertise of a departing star employee is to maintain a relationship with her

When a valuable employee tells you she’s leaving, it’s understandable to be worried about losing her institutional knowledge and experience. Here’s h(...)

Insead, the business school with campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, has topped the Financial Times’ Global MBA rankings for the first time since they were introduced in 1999.

Insead, the business school with campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, has topped the Financial Times’ Global MBA rankings for the first time s(...)

Alex Ferguson: “One of the pupils at Harvard said to me, ‘What do you know now that you wish you’d known 30 years ago?’ - and it’s communication. When I was younger I wanted to rule the world and do everything.”

When Sir Alex Ferguson became a professional footballer in the early 1960s, he earned £16 a week (£300 in today’s money) in a sport that was a solid (...)

It’s natural to feel worried or insecure about your ability to manage someone who has superior experience
How to lead staff smarter than you
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  • August 14, 2015, 13:00

Getting promoted to a job that includes responsibility for areas outside your domain can be downright terrifying. Your employees may ask questions tha(...)

Planning ahead and thinking about ways to cope with possible disappointment may be useful for results day. Photograph: Thinkstock

Disappointment is an inevitable part of life. Everyone feels it at some point and it can be a difficult feeling for any person to bear. But disappo(...)