The world’s second largest travel service has a not-so-secret weapon: its CEO says women improve the bottom line.
Intercultural relationships can unlock creative potential, a new study shows.
Startups have a different purpose from mature companies, Steve Blank explains, and founders need different toolkits to have a chance at success.
When Antonia Romeo was named UK government’s director general of economic and commercial affairs in the US, she could not have imagined the new significance these roles would take on.
In creating The Bronx Hot Sauce, John Crotty ’96 saw more than just an opportunity to enter a rapidly growing market segment (and join other alumni hot-sauce entrepreneurs like Brian Ballan ’13, co-founder of A&B American Style pepper sauce). For Crotty, who has a long work history in affordable housing and government service, hot sauce was a vehicle for social impact.
Sydney Finkelstein ’88 researched successful, high-profile managers to understand how they helped their businesses flourish. Here’s what he learned.
Albert Camus famously said that our lives are the sum of the choices we make. The same holds true for organizations.