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  1. Dmitry Konov's rules of successful management

    Dmitry Konov shares his experience in effective management. The art of management is an essential component of and the foundation for a successful business. Every modern leader wants to know and understand the core principles of an effective management model. Dmitry Konov, Chairman of SIBUR Holding's Management Board, shares his experience. At the talk show hosted by Andrey Sharonov, President of Skolkovo Moscow School of Management, Dmitry spoke about the five basic rules of a successful manager...

  2. Next generation leaders

    ... managers make investments today to drive disruption in traditional markets. They can promptly monetise innovations and keep looking for business opportunities to deal with important challenges faced by humanity. The authors of the new study identified four leadership personas capable of enhancing efficiency in an era of change and uncertainty driven by the transition to Industry 4.0 (production and business changes brought about by the mass implementation of cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence,...

  3. Multiply your team’s power

    ... Microsoft. Multiplying the power of your team is not just easy and enjoyable – it is also effective. According to Liz Wiseman, the CEO of research and development firm Wiseman Group who helps senior executives around the world to improve their leadership skills, Multipliers can achieve better results than Tyrants – a view derived fr om studying the leaders at Apple, AT&T, Disney, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Nike, Salesforce, Tesla and Twitter and elaborated in her book Multipliers: How the ...

  4. Five rules of a true leader

    Ann Cairns , vice chairman of Mastercard, offers an unorthodox view of leadership values. How to develop a leader’s lifestyle, mindset and character? Rule 1 First and foremost, every leader should have a vision – a comprehensive view of the future that they should be able to strongly communicate to their team. The ...

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