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A decade apart and a continent away, two stories in dramatically different settings reinforce the idea that “leaders everywhere” is a universally applicable construct.
Hindustan Unilever at last count has given over 500 CEOs to corporates across the world. In any survey of companies that consistently build world class leaders, HUL is sure to feature prominently.
Story by Stephen Remedios on July 14, 2013
The Foundation for Technical Education in Iraq wanted a world-class development model for its College CEO's  (Deans).
Story by Tony Nelson on October 18, 2011
Companies would benefit from innovation talent development that is multi-faceted and whose effectiveness – and innovativeness in itself – can be measured and mapped
Story by Frederic J.Leconte on November 18, 2012
“Every company wants to have growth and everybody wants to be part of a dynamic, growing organization:  the fun of launching new products, the idea that new processes are coming to our factory fl
Hack by Jean Angus on January 7, 2013
Have business advisors over the years analysed and reverse enginered strategy / management thinking to such a point that it has now become too complex and too clinical?
Barrier by James Mason on September 23, 2010
This file unveils the details about the 8th out of 18 laps described into the "18 Laps....." story.Note : if you have a perspective feeling of "Deja Vu"  it is absolutely orthogonal, but you are
Story by Frederic J.Leconte on December 9, 2012
The failure of the old mantra 'do what I say not what I do' is especially obvious in groups of volunteers.
Story by Dana Ray on April 29, 2010