Issue 144 - Published Aug. 10, 2016
Leadership Lessons from Poetry and Prose Leadership Lessons from Poetry and Prose
By Bob Vanourek

Published Aug. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. - “The poets and great authors of history have left us a treasury of leadership insights. Why not plumb the wisdom of the masters of literature and other inspirational leaders to discover effective and timeless leadership principles?”
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It’s Your Turn It’s Your Turn
By Jill Griffin

Published Aug. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. - “New research says that having women on boards changes the way decisions are made, and it changes it for the better. Women should be on boards, and they are needed there. That pressure is also opening previously closed doors to allow more women on boards.”
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Advertising Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Woefully Overfunded Advertising Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Woefully Overfunded
By Chris Kneeland

Published Aug. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. - "All is not well in ad-land. An awakening of sorts is happening amongst enlightened brand leaders who are starting to ask a different question. Rather than debate the viability of the craft, many are now wondering, “How little advertising can my brand get away with?”
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Why a Business Education? A Business School Dean’s Manifesto Why a Business Education? A Business School Dean’s Manifesto
By Jim Dewald

Published Aug. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. - “I was surprised and pleased to see in the very first survey that the number one reason why students choose a business school education was that they wanted to make a difference in the world.”
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Hollywood’s ‘Moneyball’ Moment: Why Entertainment Leaders Need Big Data Now Hollywood’s ‘Moneyball’ Moment: Why Entertainment Leaders Need Big Data Now
By Michael D. Smith & Rahul Telang

Published Aug. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. - “A perfect storm of technological change has hit the entertainment industries. It involves the convergence of user-generated content, long-tail markets, and digital piracy, and it has diminished the profitability of the industries’ traditional business model.”
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The Midlife Gap Year: Why More Companies Should Offer Employee Sabbaticals The Midlife Gap Year: Why More Companies Should Offer Employee Sabbaticals
By Phyllis Korkki

Published Aug. 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. - “A midcareer gap year is an important step to incorporate into people’s professional and personal lives because of two major societal changes: extended longevity and a transformed work world.”
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