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What David Bowie can Teach You about the Art of Conversation

Taking Organizational Conversations into the Unknown in Order to Facilitate Change Overly structured conversations create standstill and kill the potential for innovation and change....

Purpose Driven Organizations – Purpose Beyond Profit

I feel like the business world is finally catching up with me in believing it has a purpose beyond the maximisation of profit.Of course...

Henry Mintzberg: The Epidemic of Managing without Soul

My daughter Lisa once left me a note in a shoe that read “Souls need fixing.” Little did she know… A Tale of Two Nurses When...

Workplace Spirituality: Why & How it Works like a Charm

When reading the slowly increasing bulk of research literature about the positive results of workplace spirituality - it is a wonder that researchers are...

5 Most Popular Leadership & Management Articles in ManageMagazine 2018

We owe you, our reader, a top 5 list of Most Popular Leadership and Management Articles published in ManageMagazine in 2018. This small investigation into...

Turn Around your Executive Team Today

Authored by Lawrence PolskyTeams get off course. It happens. Even with good people and the best intentions. Sometimes a new CEO comes in and...

Johan Bülow: All Fired Up

Johan Bülow is an entrepreneur, known for his company Lakrids, and was named Leader of the Year in Denmark in 2014. This interview with Johan...

Richard Branson: Life, Leadership, Balloons, Space & Craziness

Richard Branson Speaks in Copenhagen at the Awaken Business Summit Our co-creative partner; the Awaken Business Summit, has invited Sir Richard Branson to speak in...

Need a Strategy? Let them Grow like Weeds in the Garden

Henry Mintzberg about the Need of a Strategy Searching for a strategy? Here’s how to get one, according to just about every book and article...

Why CEOs need to Embrace Fear

Running a business can be a frightening undertaking. CEOs make decisions that affect the livelihoods of dozens, if not thousands. Only one in two...