Why Leadership Training Fails—and What to Do About It ?

Corporations are victims of the great training robbery. American companies spend enormous amounts of money on employee training and education—$160 billion in the United States and close to $356 billion globally in 2015 alone—but they are not getting a good return on...

How Amazon Adapted Its Business Model to India

  From Harvard Business Review When Amazon decided to enter the Indian e-commerce market, it was clear from the outset that something would have to give. That something was the very business model that had made Amazon an internet powerhouse in the U.S. Amazon.com...

The future is the trust economy

    From Adriana Stan As we get into cars with complete strangers, sleep in the beds of people we’ve never met and lend money to others on the other side of the world, a powerful new currency is emerging — and it’s based on trust. What’s striking about the...

Industry of the Future: French industry goes upmarket

  Smart devices, the data economy, smart cities, and medicine of the future are just some of the examples of solutions being pursued by the French government’s overarching industrial policy, Industry of the Future. The initiative, led by Emmanuel Macron, Minister...

Why Digital Companies Grow Without Adding Headcount ?

    By now we’re all familiar with examples of small and lean digital companies popping up out of nowhere and outcompeting larger, established companies. Insurgent startups, such as Instagram and Snapchat, manage to operate with far fewer resources than...