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How To Build A ‘Make In India’ Revolution

Vijay Govindarajan says manufacturing companies should take advantage of the opportunity to make products in India, for India. In other words, “an opportunity to convert non-consumers to consumers.”

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Vogel: Silence On Housing

John Vogel’s latest commentary for VPR focuses on homelessness and housing issues that Presidential candidates seem to be ignoring. Vogel says, “In my experience, issues like homelessness come in and out of fashion, and this...

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5 Leadership Lessons From Mark Zuckerberg and Other Top...

An opinion piece by Sydney Finkelstein focusing on five factors that distinguish the most effective leaders.

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Jim Kenyon: Having It Their Way on the...

Quotes Paul Wolfson, author of "What Does the Minimum Wage Do?," on the relationship between minimum wage jobs and the unemployment rate. “Any time you get under 4 percent, employers will have problems finding people,” says...

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Your Startup’s Funding May Depend on the...

Cites research by Richard Townsend, which showed that successful support of entrepreneurship in a city is directly related to the availability of direct flights which allow VCs to connect with startups more frequently.

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Incumbents, dark arts and the opposite of innovation

Vijay Govindarajan comments on how Google's Alphabet revenues and the profits from Internet search can easily fuel its moonshots. “They’ve created teams around virtual reality, self-driving cars and so on, which are separate...

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The best bosses let their top talent leave

Five ways “superbosses” distinguish themselves and their ability to find and nurture talent.

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Sexy Sharing Economy’s MBA Entrepreneurs Start To...

Quotes Jonathan Masland in an article about MBA graduates seeking jobs at companies in the sharing economy—such as Uber and AirBNB, and how technology is allowing the industry to grow at a rapid pace.

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This is What the Best Bosses are Really...

In his latest opinion piece for "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein discusses how CEOs are built up to be “unfeeling technocrats,” but the reality is that they are humans too—with all the emotions and biases that come along...

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Bain, Mckinsey, BCG Snap Up More INSEAD MBAs...

Continued coverage highlighting the elite consultancy trio—McKinsey, Bain, and BCG—hired 18% of the Tuck class of 2015.

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Study: Entrepreneurs with direct flight access to venture...

Continued coverage on a research paper, The Impact of Venture Capital Monitoring, co-authored by Richard Townsend that shows in cities that offer direct flights, venture capitalists are able to oversee operations of their startups...

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How to Hire Like a Superboss

An opinion piece by Sydney Finkelstein on his new book Superbosses: How exceptional leaders manage the flow of talent, focusing on how to hire and vet new employees. Finkelstein writes, “If the old methods are not working, maybe...

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