The innovative investor and entrepreneur deals out advice for anyone looking to follow in his footsteps.
IBM veteran Daniel Sabbah learned from experience how to lead through the challenges of demand and innovation.
Wherever businesses are a powerful force for society, successful leaders embrace the “mission mindset” of shared purpose.
Why has the value of strategic thinking never been higher? It’s complex.
Well-rounded business teams can be built by distilling key insights from sporting data. Bottom line: don’t overstock on superstars.
In a guest essay for Big Think Business, Pedro Franceschi — co-founder and co-CEO of Brex — explains why deftly navigating between vision and details is crucial for successful leaders.
By supplementing the “principle of marginal gains” with these practical steps, you’ll be well equipped for the journey towards excellence.
A new generation of leaders is forging a path for 21st-century capitalism that’s both profitable and socially responsible.
The sooner you can admit what’s swimming beneath the surface, the sooner you can improve your life.
We rightly celebrate Winston Churchill as one of the world’s greatest leaders — but for all the wrong reasons.
Really smart people don’t just demand intellectual engagement — they need the opportunity to learn and create something special.
Survivorship bias occurs when we fail to consider how data was collected. To combat this, search for the “silent evidence.”
Every successful leader can mine golden knowledge from the works of the Bard.
What worked before won’t necessarily work this time — and the best leaders will adapt.
Every opportunity seized is another lost — but not choosing is the worst choice of all.
The father of relativity understood that “not everything that counts can be counted” — as do today’s most impactful leaders.
Times of crisis tend to produce “hard” leaders, but — driven by Generations Y and Z — a softer leadership style has taken root globally.
So many of the conditions for a sale or IPO are outside your control — which is why preparation is everything.
How Stacy Madison — founder of Stacy’s Pita Chips and BeBOLD Foods — discovered that reinvention is not a one-off deal but an ongoing process.
Step 1: Don’t solve the wrong problem.
Every organization has a power block of dutiful but unappreciated talent. Here’s an effective plan for engagement.
When leaders connect enterprise ambition with the driving spirit of activism, everyone wins.