Winning big often involves looking for the opportunities that are the opposite of what everyone else is doing.
Research has shown that the most successful basketball coaches resist pressure to make changes during games. Choosing not to make a move is sometimes also the right call for business leaders.
Research shows the ability to act strategically for the long term is a key component of successful leadership – and sorely lacking in Congress these days.
In the wake of the Vegas shooting, the NRA has turned the public's attention away from the core issue of banning guns by using a business strategy called issue management.
Twitters experiment with 280 characters bears a remarkable resemble to the time Coca Cola changed its formula. That didn't end well.
The tech giant has doubled down on its strategy of exclusivity, but does it risk weakening its position in emerging markets?
Compensating executives with stock options doesn't necessarily lead to more risk taking and higher dividend payouts.
Today's manifestations of the gig economy are tilted in favour of too few beneficiaries, and are not built to last.
What the lessons of failed high street brands mean as M&S finally makes a big move.
Many brands, particularly those from countries associated with poor production quality, attempt to disguise their origins.
Making products in our new economic age is fast becoming a partnership with customers, not just a transaction.
Business Briefing: hack-proof, how business can stay ahead in cybersecurity.
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Businesses are going about cybersecurity the wrong way and need to go back to the question: what are you trying to protect?
There are gains to be made from going green.
Adopting a genuinely innovative mindset to business can help companies to navigate a tough global economy. It'll involve risks, but can deliver great rewards.
Barclays, Pearson, Virgin Media and others have announced big layoffs following poor results – research shows it could be bad strategy in the long-run.
Efforts to fix the UK's failure to make more stuff and be more profitable focus too far up the chain.
Removing names from CVs is a start, but we need to do much more to beat discrimination.
It's a collosal business. But who gets the most out of 'rewards'? And what if we all used ours at once?
A cheerful assessment of the profit potential from a merger is an easy sell to eager investors.
The amount our workers produce has been stagnant for a while now, but there is a boost to be had in increasing labour force involvement in their jobs and the business.