Leadership

Ideas and opinions on governance, M&A, marketing and communication, philanthropy and citizenship, risk management, and sustainability. For much more, check out The Conference Board’s Corporate Leadership practice area.


Who’s Holding You Accountable?

Christine Bader wants to fill companies with corporate idealists.

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Can't Let Go

Why companies stick with losing strategies.

Can't Let Go

What’s the Big Idea?

Management guru Stuart Crainer has done a lot of thinking about management thinking. Here’s what he thinks about the thought leaders of today—and tomorrow.

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We Are All Chief Risk Officers Now

If there’s one risk you can’t afford to take, it’s assuming that managing risk is someone else’s job. “Someone else” is now you, along with everyone else.

We Are All Chief Risk Officers Now

Do It Yourself

Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of the social-news website reddit, explains why good bosses encourage their people to act without asking for permission first.

Do It Yourself

Who's in Charge Here?

At some companies, no one is a manager so that everyone is a manager. Understanding how bossless businesses function will make you rethink what it means to be a boss nowadays.

Who's in Charge Here?

Are Indian and Chinese Leaders Up to the Job?

If you ask those leaders, absolutely yes. Researchers looking at top executives' strengths and weaknesses are less certain.

Are Indian and Chinese Leaders Up to the Job?

Who's Responsible?

Putting money above all else is irresponsible, amoral, and bad investment practice.

Who's Responsible?

Good Leaders, Bad Leaders

In his long career in the auto industry’s upper echelon, Bob Lutz has worked with any number of top executives, and he has opinions about all of them—their abilities, their quirks, and, most important, their leadership effectiveness.

Good Leaders, Bad Leaders

Why Bother Doing Strategy?

The point of strategizing isn't to eliminate uncertainty—it's to plan for it. The more executives realize this, the less likely they are to ask the title of this article.

Why Bother Doing Strategy?

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