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INSEAD Knowledge 8h
If layoffs are in the cards, don’t hide in your office. Now is the time to communicate, communicate, communicate.
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INSEAD Knowledge 11h
“If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be 'meetings.” - Dave Barry
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INSEAD Knowledge 13h
To create long-term value in the future, need to understand what strategies have been successful in the past.
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INSEAD Knowledge 15h
Routines build trust. Without them, people feel perpetually on edge – a state of mind detrimental to trust.
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INSEAD Knowledge 17h
Aside from its profound health and economic effects, Covid-19 is also a crisis of food insecurity and starvation for migrants.
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INSEAD Knowledge 19h
Redefining resilience for the era: It's all about leveraging technology to better serve the customer.
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INSEAD Knowledge 21h
Factories and orchards can hire immigrant workers without compromising the jobs or income of native-born ones, whereas native-born housekeepers and noodle sellers have to contend with foreign competition if they live in a place with high immigration.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 27
"The first 10 people you hire are so important is because you’re not just hiring those first 10 people, you’re actually hiring 100 people." - Patrick Collison
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 27
Can your product or output be sold to regions beyond where you’re located? The answer is likely to determine how your employment or pay may be affected by an influx of immigrants.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 27
Companies may be in survival mode, but their leaders don’t have to be.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 27
When governments issue CSR guidelines, they should be very specific in terms of behaviours and results.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 27
The first step is to create a strategic narrative – a vision of the future with a narrative arc – to help teams envision what they could do and believe in it enough to take action.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 27
Feeding migrant workers requires better coordination between the state governments that issue the ration cards and the Central Government that issues the Aadhaar.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 26
Repetition and regularity build trust, and not having a meeting only when something’s on fire.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 26
"People think culture is like architecture where it’s actually a lot more like gardening. You plant some seeds and pull out weeds that aren’t working." - Ben Silbermann
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 26
To be effective remotely, leaders need to let go of the temptation to micromanage.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 26
Too many leaders are “legacy hostages” who don't open themselves to new ideas and the outside world.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 26
Leaders must be able to see the big picture, while retaining tactical skills and having profound self-awareness.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 26
Textile factories and fruit growers can absorb the inflow of foreign workers by increasing production and exporting it in a way that housekeepers and noodle sellers cannot.
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INSEAD Knowledge Oct 25
To maximise the benefit of ration card portability, a substantial lead time is necessary.
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