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How Bold Corporate Climate Change Goals Deteriorate Over Time

Wallace Garrison/Getty Images One response to today’s climate crisis has been a belief that markets and corporate innovation will provide the solution. As business tycoon Richard Branson has proclaimed in 2012, “our only option to stop climate change is for industry to make money from it.” So while businesses are major contributors to escalating greenhouse

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Is Your Company Actually Set Up to Support Your Strategy?

sweetvenom/Getty Images How do banks switch customer relationships from branch offices to mobile phone screens? Why is one multinational consumer goods company organized by category, while another organizes by region? Why is one insurance company deep into an agile transformation while another is experimenting with it only at the edges of its business? For every

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How to Tell If a Company’s Culture Is Right for You

Alija/Getty Images Congrats, you got the job! Now you have to decide whether or not to take it. You’ve done your research and know the ins and outs of the company’s public profile, but how can you assess cultural fit — and if you’d actually be happy working there? Should you reach out to former

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The Key to Better Cybersecurity: Keep Employee Rules Simple

Emma Todd/Getty Images It’s a common adage that employees are the weak link in corporate cybersecurity. But I believe they are also the best defense, if they are given policies that are easy to follow and not too numerous and complex. Employee security training and best practices need to be user friendly and simple to

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CEOs Should Leave Strategy to Their Team — and Save Their Focus for Execution

Awakening/Getty Images The common perception is that strategy is done at the top of the org chart, and execution is done below. It is exactly the opposite – let me explain why. First, I should explain that I have always hated the use of the term “execution.” Its common definition is fundamentally unhelpful, and contributes

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What to Do If Your Boss Gets Distracted by Every New Thing

nico piotto/Getty Images No matter what the strategic plan says, many of us are more attracted to something new that’s glittering on the horizon than we are to the goals that have languished on our to-do list for months. This weakness is as true for senior leaders as it is for the rank-and-file, but when

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The Avoidable Mistakes Executives Continue to Make After a Data Breach

Tom Knight/Getty Images The past few years have taught us that companies will be breached and consumer data will be stolen. Last year was a record year for data breaches, and 2017, so far, has seen its fair share of high-profile cyberattacks. Still, top executives continue to stumble in the way they respond to an

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5 Ways the Best Companies Close the Strategy-Execution Gap

James Balog/Getty Images Executives say that they lose 40% of their strategy’s potential value to breakdowns in execution. In our experience at Bain & Company, however, this strategy-to-performance gap is rarely the result of shortcomings in implementation; it is because the plans are flawed from the start. Too many companies still follow a “Plan-then-Do” approach to

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How to Excel at Both Strategy and Execution

Adam Pretty/Getty Images For decades, we’ve often thought of leadership profiles in unique buckets—two popular varieties were the “visionaries”, who embrace strategy and think about amazing things to do, and the “operators”, who get stuff done. We intuitively knew that there must be leaders that span these areas, but in fact, few do. According to

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Why the Entire C-Suite Needs to Use the Same Metrics for Cyber Risk

Harry Haysom/Getty Images When it comes to cybersecurity, the chains of communication that exist within an organization, if they exist at all, are often a mess. Multiple conversations about cyber risks are happening across a multitude of divisions in isolation. At the same time, members of the C-suite are measuring their potential impact using different

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