Amy Edmondson describes three steps leaders can take to create psychological safety, the prerequisite for greater innovation and growth.
Coca-Cola Chairman Muhtar Kent shared his views on sustainable innovation and business transformation in a keynote speech to the International Academy of Management (IAM) Global Forum at the University of Vermont’s Grossman School of Business.
We would like to thank Sanjay Sharma and, of course, the University of Vermont for this successful and stimulating meeting. They were, without a doubt, great hosts. Also, thanks to Stuart Hart and Paul Laudicina who, together with Sanjay, worked tirelessly to make this an unforgettable meeting. We leave some of the images of the … Continued
Sanjay Sharma, dean of the University of Vermont’s Grossman School of Business, has been named the 2018 Fetner Sustainable Enterprise Fellow.
Years ago, Theodore Levitt, a marketing professor at the Harvard Business School, published a popular article entitled “Marketing Myopia.” Many people in business today, despite not having read the article, subscribe to the idea. It is that companies should define themselves in terms of broad industry perspective rather than narrow product position. To take Levitt’s … Continued
Amy Edmondson, a professor in leadership and management at Harvard Business School, has studied three different kinds of failures: preventable failure, complex failure and intelligent failure.
Imagine working for a company with no bosses. On your first day, you are given a handbook for new employees. This will be “the greatest professional experience of your life”, you read.
The Sustainable Innovation MBA Program at the University of Vermont Grossman School of Business, in partnership with the International Academy of Management, will host a CEO Forum on 10 October 2018. The objective of the Forum is to accelerate the rate of corporate innovation and entrepreneurship aimed at solving world problems, consistent with the UN’s … Continued
It is now widely accepted that the private sector, both companies and investors, is essential to accomplishing the 169 targets in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs). Of course, there is a tension here. The SDGs are about making the world a better place. That is not the primary reason companies exist, although the state of the world matters … Continued
The citizens of Cape Town, South Africa are breathing a sigh of relief. “Day Zero,” when water taps for citizens and businesses shut off, had been projected to arrive in April. Restrictions on personal and agricultural water use have bought the city a reprieve. Yet a delay is not a solution.