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This book has long been the essential strategy text for managers of today and tomorrow. From entrepreneurial start-ups to multinationals, charities to government agencies, this book raises the big questions about organisations- how they grow, how they innovate and how they change.
Building a resilient organisation
How to design your business strategy to build a prosperous and sustainable business. The book helps readers to understand resilience within organisations and how it can be measured, assessed and enhanced.
Competing in tough times: business lessons from L.L.Bean, Trader Joe's, Costco, and other world-class retailers
The book contains chapters on the future of global retail, low-cost business strategies for retail, product and service differentiation, human resources strategies, enhancing the service experience, and practical advice for change management. The book includes illustrative case studies of real life retailers.
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Lombard Odier launches $400m natural capital equity fund
A new fund to invest in companies that seek to harness the power of nature using 'circular bioeconomy' has been launched by the asset management firm Lombard Odier.
The big picture for compensation in a pandemic
The article discusses several foundational principles for compensation committees in developing new approaches to executive pay. The foundational principles include the need to prioritize stakeholders, the need to focus on engagement rather than retention and the need for the boards to align performance and pay outcomes to create the appropriate incentives.
Why are we here?
Article looks at how if you give your employees a purpose they are more likely to be engaged and motivated. The key is to tie this purpose to your customers and your corporate strategy.
Compensation impacts culture
The article discusses the impact of compensation on corporate culture. Topics discussed include program features can be assets or liabilities to the organizational culture; boards and remuneration committees can use discretion or make adjustments in the evaluation of performance against short - or long term goals; and increase in public demand for disclosure and proxy adviser and investor scrutiny.
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