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7th December 2017
The Bertelsmann recipe for creativity, entrepreneurship, delegation and empowerment
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6th December 2017
In addition to their standard economic objectives, entrepreneurs in the world’s most advanced societies have also begun to pursue social and environmental value. Achieving professional goals is no longer enough: some business owners are seeking mutual benefit and trying to solve problems in their communities. Female entrepreneurs play a central role in this culture.
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30th November 2017
Sleep, familiar, yet mysterious, is an essential stage of our daily physiological cycle. But the global economy is messing with our circadian rhythms and jeopardizing our health and performance. Ruben Henriquez explains the science behind sleep deprivation and urges businesses to wake up to its dangers.
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23rd November 2017
The combination of people, technology, and processes provides an ideal opportunity for companies to increase their competitive advantage. Santiago Íñiguez, Executive President of IE University, reflects on the main attributes of 'cosmopolitan managers' and the importance of fostering organisational knowledge and cultivating friendship within organisations. 
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23rd November 2017
For some 30 years, businesses have operated within a relatively favourable political environment that assumed the ongoing spread of free-market democracy. However, company risk analysts must now consider trends that are challenging the ‘Davos’ consensus around the benefits of an open global economy.
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