Leadership

Leadership styles change, but strong management techniques and corporate culture can define an organization.

  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    Excellence Is A Shared Path: Student Remarks

    In their brief remarks honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., two students strike the theme of collaboration. They touch on the importance of humility and listening to one's inner voice while pursuing a shared vision of justice and equality.

    Provided By Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Adobe And The Power Of Youth Voices - Michelle Mann

    Adobe Youth Voices, a global philanthropic program, is engaging 12-18 year-olds in more than 40 countries to create media for social change. This webcast explains how companies can engage with, and be inspired by, youth voice.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    The Evolution Of Economic Science: Individual And Firm Behavior

    The astonishing contributions MIT has made to the world of economics emerged from "A melting pot of analytical tools and mathematical methods, mixed with a healthy interest in real world questions, grounded in real world problems," says the moderator, crystallizing many of the themes of the symposium, and its inaugural...

    Provided By Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Answers: Marketing & Angel Funding

    Serial entrepreneur and author of "What If? and Why Not?: How to Transform Your Fears Into Action and Start the Business of Your Dreams," and The founder and CEO of AMA Productions and author of "The Recipe: A Fable for Leaders and Teams," answer viewer about how to market unique...

    Provided By American Express Company

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Tim Gardner Discusses How Executives Can Win The War For Talent

    The presenter is a recognized expert on strategic human resource management, including aligning HR systems with firm strategy, employment branding, unorthodox sourcing and recruiting techniques, as well as employee retention. The presenter's research interests include labor market rivalry and the organizational impact of human resource systems.

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Luke Froeb: Economic Modeling Is For More Than Just Counting Cow Chips

    Before returning to Owen's faculty in 2005, the presenter served as Director of the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission for two years where the presenter managed over a hundred civil servants dedicated to tearing down barriers to competition. It was during this time that the presenter became...

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Bart Victor On Helping Students Answer The Big Questions Of Business Ethics

    The presenter's research interests lie in the practical and moral dimensions of enterprise approaches to the alleviation of poverty, the ethical foundations of business, and the social and moral consequences of new organizational forms. The presenter also helps lead Project Pyramid, an interdisciplinary student organization that aims to alleviate world...

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    What We Can Learn From 4th Down Decisions

    Owen professor Ranga Ramanujam and other researchers studied 22,603 fourth-down decisions over five NFL seasons to understand when teams were more likely to attempt a seemingly risky fourth-down conversion. The goal is to apply this research to organizations. These findings are reported in a forthcoming study in Organization Science.

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Leadership And Your Career

    Like many top MBA programs, the authors do a great job of teaching leadership principles. But UNC Kenan-Flagler surpasses the others by shaping the students through a continual process of practice, feedback and reflection to prepare them for leadership roles.

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Moment Of Truth

    Most of us know the difference between right and wrong. We know the difference between telling the truth and telling a lie. And we can explain why honesty and integrity are important. We're basically good people. We work hard. We try hard. We learn from our mistakes. Would we describe...

    Provided By CRM Learning

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Ethics 4 Everyone

    Poignant video vignettes and expert commentary from ethicist and author Eric Harvey come together in this highly effective and compelling ethics overview. The video begins with the issue of knowledge. We know what's right, it suggests, when we remain aware of laws, organizational rules/procedures, shared values and what our own...

    Provided By CRM Learning

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Leaders Of Character: Leadership - The West Point Way

    West Point has historically produced phenomenal leaders because of the emphasis it places on character development. This program takes one behind the scenes at the military academy and then into some of the country's foremost private and government organizations where West Point graduates now work.

    Provided By CRM Learning

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Be Sure You Really Want Honest Answers, Advises Jeffrey Bewkes

    Jeffrey Bewkes, MBA '77, president and chief operating officer of Time Warner Inc., admits his early career choices might seem "Pretty boring." He could have gone into television ad sales and made twice what he was offered as one of 250 MBAs hired to do commercial lending at Citibank. But...

    Provided By Stanford Graduate School of Business

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Sell More Through Engaged Employees

    How do your employees react when a customer enters your business? The level to which your employees engage with customers is the second most powerful factor in winning over the competition's business. Employee engagement is so effective that it could actually bring in those extra sells you need this holiday...

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Becoming An Effective Leader

    What does it take to be a leader? Although it can be defined in many different ways, a true leader takes his personal characteristics and puts them toward a specific goal or cause. Interestingly enough, being a business owner does not instantly make a person a leader.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Turning A Great Idea Into A Business Model

    So many people have great ideas, but most of those ideas do not begin as successful businesses. In many cases, these ideas are put into motion even before they are fully formulated and can stand-alone as a business.

    Provided By iEntry

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    It Starts With One: Changing Individuals Changes Organizations

    Small and large businesses have been searching for decades for the holy grail of organizational change: the perfect way to motivate employees to change their old ways for what management deem to be better, new ones.

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    The Show Must Go On: Cirque Du Soleil's Recession-Proof Formula

    According to Daniel Lamarre, president and chief executive officer of performance troupe Cirque du Soleil, whose shows still play to sell-out audiences, he is confident that his company will ride out the recession. In the past when there was an economic crisis, people are turning to entertainment because you just...

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Bridging The Chinese Talent Gap

    Despite making huge economic strides in the last three decades, China is still wanting in the area of human capital. Not enough local talent is being adequately groomed to keep up with the country's growth engine. This is a direct result of Chinese companies not devoting enough time to look...

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Error Management: A Pre-Emptive Move That Can Reap Long-Term Gains

    Dave Hofmann, Associate Dean and Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of North Carolina, thinks that error management is underrated, and says that has the effect of hurting the organization where it matters.

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Facilitating Upward Communication: Leaders Must Do More To Break Existing Strongholds

    Oftentimes, what separates good leaders from bad ones lies is their art of communication. Much has been said about preferred leadership styles which advocate openness, tolerance and active engagement with subordinates.

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    The Value Creation Imperative

    It's been just over 400 years since a Dutch company became the first organization to sell shares and became publicly traded. By 2007, more than one billion people owned a stake in the world's companies worth more than $75 trillion. Kevin Kaiser, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Finance, says that's a...

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    The Changing Face Of The CIO

    As CEOs increasingly turn to technology to help them cope with a rapidly changing business environment, chief information officers (CIOs) are no longer simply 'the IT guys'. Increasingly, they are expected to play a more strategic role.

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Maximizing Shareholder Value: An Ethical Responsibility?

    Finance professors often get criticized by ethics professors because they tell their students that the goal of the firm is to maximize shareholder value. Financial scandals such as Enron, Tyco and others are regularly blamed on the excessive focus on shareholder value maximization.

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Winning With Value

    Too many companies focus on just the cost of software systems, rather than look at the business value they generate. That may not be surprising given the complexities of trying to assess the value of software assets, but according to a new study by INSEAD professor Soumitra Dutta, companies who...

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Capgemini Business Information Management: Help Customers Leverage Enterprise Data For Competitive Advantage

    This webcast shows that information is a key business asset for any organization. Maximizing the benefit of business intelligence ensures quicker decision making and selection of strategic investment opportunities to gain a competitive edge. Capgemini's Business Information Management (BIM) services combine world-class consulting with leading-edge technology to transform their customers'...

    Provided By Capgemini

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    MBA Class Of 2009

    View the latest video offering from the MBA Class of 2009. The students produced a video for the magazine Business Week, adopting the slogan "Discover the Difference: Why IESE MBA is Number 1." IESE Business School is consistently ranked among the world's top business schools in Europe and is renowned...

    Provided By IESE School Of Business

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    When Being Green Pays

    Environmental issues are becoming increasingly hard to ignore these days. For many companies, it has become a license to operate. Those who don't consider the environmental impact of their operations will find themselves at a disadvantage, not just because their competitors are doing it, but also because the public demands...

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    Enrich Your Social Capital With The Right Networks

    Networking is not all that it's cracked up to be; in fact it can even be downright harmful, so says Martin Gargiulo, an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD and expert on social network analysis.

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    Why Mainstreaming Corporate Social Responsibility Still Makes Good Business Sense

    With the economy still experiencing a slowdown, one might expect interest in corporate social responsibility to wane, or perhaps even die a natural death. Not so, according to Craig Smith, INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility. He believes that corporate responsibility has never been more prominent on the...

    Provided By INSEAD

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    Working with Big Data - and how it WILL power the Second Industrial Revolution

    We are witnessing the birth of the second industrial revolution. This revolution is being fueled by the factories of the future - data factories. The early data factories are here already - Google, Facebook, Zynga, ComScore. And a lot more are coming with the explosion in sensors, data and...

    Provided By Tableau Software

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    An Internationalist? And Still Loyal To One's Tribe?

    In this podcast, the speaker sharing his experiences that he tried hard to be Japanese when the speaker arrived from Canada as a young Catholic priest in the 1960s. Then the speaker discovered a liberating concept. The speaker could be Canadian and still have a global perspective.

    Provided By Thunderbird School of Global Management

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    BPM Webinar: Making the Case for BPM; Justifying a BPM investment in 2010

    In these challenging economic times, making a compelling case for a new investment in Business Process Management (BPM) might seem impossible. But BPM provides exactly the right technology and approach to improvement that every company needs right now - more efficiency, better customer interactions, faster return on investment and lower...

    Provided By IBM

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    How To Motivate Employees

    While some companies offer bonus opportunities as a way to motivate its employees, Dan Ariely thinks bonuses causes just the opposite. The author of The Upside Of Irrationality tells the author of this webcast that bonuses create internal competition that will leave certain employees feeling under-appreciated. At the same time,...

    Provided By American Express Company

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    Video whitepaper: Harnessing Oracle Governance, Risk, and Compliance to Improve Your E-Business Suite 12.1 Upgrade

    Upgrading to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 (EBS R12) isn't just a technical activity. Customers planning to upgrade face significant changes to the way they do business. New features introduced in EBS R12, improvements to key processes, implementation of new controls require early planning and continuous monitoring to avoid deficiencies...

    Provided By Oracle

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    Drive Performance with Talent Management

    Please join Michelle Newell from Oracle to discuss driving performance with talent management. An effective talent strategy can help you drive business results and make you look good by engaging your workforce. Oracle enables you to create a strategic vision around the kind of people you want in your workforce,...

    Provided By Oracle

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Doing Ethical Business In A Culture Of Corruption

    The speaker offers several guidelines for other business leaders facing ethical dilemmas in emerging markets such as Venezuela in this podcast on doing ethical business in a culture of corruption.

    Provided By Thunderbird School of Global Management

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    How Ideas Take Flight

    In this webcast, the presenter shares the power behind creating ideas that can build momentum. Through her research on the perception of happiness and meaning, the presenter describes how these concepts relate to a successful and powerful social media campaign. A well-planned effort catches audience attention and offers them an...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    What Great Leaders Do

    In this webcast, the presenter unpacks the best habits of beloved and effective managers, and details the worst habits of those who fail to lead. The best leaders develop and nurture those who work for them. However, when bosses gain more power, they can easily grow oblivious to the needs...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Changing The Business Model - Jim Hall And Rob Shelton

    This webcast presents a conversation between the presenter and the head of Waste Management's Green Squad on how the waste hauler is transforming its business model to profit from helping companies prevent waste, at the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Luke Froeb: Economic Modeling Is For More Than Just Counting Cow Chips

    Before returning to Owen's faculty in 2005, the presenter served as Director of the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission for two years where the presenter managed over a hundred civil servants dedicated to tearing down barriers to competition. It was during this time that the presenter became...

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Bart Victor On Helping Students Answer The Big Questions Of Business Ethics

    The presenter's research interests lie in the practical and moral dimensions of enterprise approaches to the alleviation of poverty, the ethical foundations of business, and the social and moral consequences of new organizational forms. The presenter also helps lead Project Pyramid, an interdisciplinary student organization that aims to alleviate world...

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    What We Can Learn From 4th Down Decisions

    Owen professor Ranga Ramanujam and other researchers studied 22,603 fourth-down decisions over five NFL seasons to understand when teams were more likely to attempt a seemingly risky fourth-down conversion. The goal is to apply this research to organizations. These findings are reported in a forthcoming study in Organization Science.

    Provided By Vanderbilt University

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Leadership And Your Career

    Like many top MBA programs, the authors do a great job of teaching leadership principles. But UNC Kenan-Flagler surpasses the others by shaping the students through a continual process of practice, feedback and reflection to prepare them for leadership roles.

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    How Ideas Take Flight

    In this webcast, the presenter shares the power behind creating ideas that can build momentum. Through her research on the perception of happiness and meaning, the presenter describes how these concepts relate to a successful and powerful social media campaign. A well-planned effort catches audience attention and offers them an...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    What Great Leaders Do

    In this webcast, the presenter unpacks the best habits of beloved and effective managers, and details the worst habits of those who fail to lead. The best leaders develop and nurture those who work for them. However, when bosses gain more power, they can easily grow oblivious to the needs...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Leadership And Disruptive Technologies

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses disruptive product innovation and leadership in the medical device industry. The presenter shares the company's story, including insights on the launch of their signature product, the Invisalign orthodontic system. The presenter also discusses operational trends and the need for sound analysis of financing, product...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // May 2011

    The Value Of True Partnerships

    The presenters are serial entrepreneurs who believe in the fundamental power of partnerships. Empowered by working in close collaboration for years, these co-founders have started multiple companies including Patagon, Lemon Bank and Bling Nation. In this webcast, the presenters describe the value of over-communication, the decision process in making a...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    Creating Enchantment

    The presenter shares the secrets to being enchanting and developing influence through the "Pillars of enchantment." In this webcast, the presenter examines the deep value in being likable, creating trust, and taking empowering action. The presenter also shares keys to telling a great story, overcoming resistance, and enchanting your boss...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    The Challenge Of Constant Rebuilding

    Every successful thing about a technology company has to eventually be torn down and rebuilt, says Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, and this is one of the most gut-wrenching challenges behind effective leadership. This task is both gratifying and destructive, but an axiomatic demand of the marketplace in this sector.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2010

    The Business School Of Extreme Aerial Surfing

    Entrepreneurship isn't just a sport; it's extreme. John Seely Brown, Deloitte Center for the Edge's Independent Co-Chairman, paid attention when suddenly five of the globe's top aerial surfers originated from the same place. Why the sudden regional success? Though fierce competitors, they all knew one another and collectively benchmarked from...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2010

    Shaping Serendipity

    Success is based on more than just luck. By choosing the right kind of environment and cultivating the practices that will help find new ideas, one can take inspiration from unlikely sources. Furthermore, deep listening with reciprocity - meaning not only digging for good ideas from others, but offering them...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    The Value Of Corporate Venture Capital

    You and your company don't own all of the smart engineers in the world. But how can one capitalize on that talent, asks Craig Barrett, former Intel COB? Fund research and start-ups that compliment your own work, including university research, to unearth emerging talent and move the industry forward. Barrett...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    Applying The Law To Open Source Business Models

    Using and understanding intellectual legal rights can be an asset to engineers, says former Sun Microsystems CTO Greg Papadopoulos. In this clip, Papadopoulos explains the difference between patents, copyrights, and trademarks, and what each will allow for the inventor under the law. How they govern the laws of sharing intellectual...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Building A Company Culture

    Pioneering a company is more than just building products. It's also about establishing a company culture, says NVIDIA Co-founder and CEO Jensen Huang. How do you organize hierarchies and structures? There's lots of trial and error, but it's also an organic process. Huang asks students of entrepreneurship to realize that...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Make It Personal And Make It Work

    Connecting community and making information accessible are the two overarching threads that run through some of the most successful companies of the last century, points out Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. In this webcast, she cites her own personal career path that began in the non-profit sector and evolved into technology,...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // May 2009

    Balance And Tension In Company Culture

    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's CEO, considers the importance of balance and the tension between symbiotic and opposing forces in the enterprise. In this webcast, he takes a philosophical perspective on company culture, including the interplay of far-reaching patience and meeting short-term goals, and teetering between a passion for technology and a...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // May 2009

    Effective Choices, Not Longer Days

    Throughout his thirty-year career launching four start-up organizations (including founding Numenta), Jeff Hawkins has always sworn that they would be home for breakfast and dinner with his family every day. In this clip, Hawkins dispels the myth that launching an organization requires long office hours and frequent travel. Entrepreneurs, he...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Cultivating Next-Generation Leaders

    NVIDIA Co-founder and CEO Jensen Huang reports that most of his time on the job is spent brainstorming with managers and leaders and helping them brainstorm through tasks and opportunities. He believes it is essential to train talent to effectively control a different product line, a new geography, or even...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Comfort In Ambiguity

    The CEO's main talent is to see around the corners and fuzzy edges, says NVIDIA's Co-founder and CEO Jensen Huang. An effective company leader needn't necessarily be outgoing, but they must be exceedingly comfortable with ambiguity - taking risks and not always plotting the exact outcome. If this is your...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Give Thoughtful Recognition And Praise

    Be conscious of the in-house messages that you send. Mari Baker, CEO of PlayFirst, encourages business leaders to think about the values of a company that are reflected in its communications; for example, celebrating employees who work deep into overtime or who find the least expensive resources. The way you...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    Soliciting Fan-Base Feedback

    Waiting for the right deal, rather than the merchandizing deal at-hand, is a trade-off that artist/entrepreneur Chamillionaire is willing to wait for, with a keen eye toward authenticity at every turn. Quincy Jones III adds that a successful musical artist product roll-out requires thinking across multiple platforms and multiple media....

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // May 2009

    Choosing The Right Projects

    Despite Microsoft's size and market dominance, CEO Steve Ballmer considers himself to be a "Mini venture capitalist" in a sea of bright ideas and new market possibilities. Working with the best and the brightest, his is the final word on tough decisions regarding which ideas and projects receive funding and...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Knowing When To Step Down

    It sometimes happens that a leader deems it necessary to take the company in a new market direction. And it takes a leader with courage to admit that they do not have the skills, connections, or background to be at the helm. In this webcast, PlayFirst CEO Mari Baker explains...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Making Great Leaders

    Dan Rosensweig worked with a number of industry leaders before becoming the CEO of Chegg, and his experience taught him to recognize practices of successful leadership. He suggests that aspiring entrepreneurs think big and optimistically. Solve problems, but don't whine about them. Surround yourself with people smarter than yourself, and...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Leading A Young Team To Success

    It's better for a CEO to describe success than to prescribe the exact methods employees must use to achieve it. This is done, says Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig, by establishing a company vision and sharing it often with employees. He advises to not think in terms of business models, but...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2010

    The Second Time's The Charm

    After initially turning down the opportunity to work for Pandora (formerly called Savage Beast), Tom Conrad, CTO, shares an anecdote about how following his passion led to tremendous personal and professional success. Though he eventually accepted the job with reservations, six weeks later it became the exact position he had...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Apr 2009

    Setting A Company Culture

    What does your company stand for? How will you make decisions? What are your overall philosophies? These questions are easy enough to answer when the company is three friends sitting in a living room, but how are they defined for a burgeoning business? Mari Baker, CEO of PlayFirst, urges companies...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Webcasts // Oct 2011

    Google I/O 2009 - Interaction & Visual Design With Android

    A great user experience incorporates three pillars: structure, behavior, and expression. In this webcast, the presenter will explore the wide variety of interaction design patterns the users have built into the Android system framework to help educate them on the best way to use these pattern-based behaviors for an optimized...

    Provided By Oleksiy Kovyrin

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Moment Of Truth

    Most of us know the difference between right and wrong. We know the difference between telling the truth and telling a lie. And we can explain why honesty and integrity are important. We're basically good people. We work hard. We try hard. We learn from our mistakes. Would we describe...

    Provided By CRM Learning

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Ethics 4 Everyone

    Poignant video vignettes and expert commentary from ethicist and author Eric Harvey come together in this highly effective and compelling ethics overview. The video begins with the issue of knowledge. We know what's right, it suggests, when we remain aware of laws, organizational rules/procedures, shared values and what our own...

    Provided By CRM Learning

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Leaders Of Character: Leadership - The West Point Way

    West Point has historically produced phenomenal leaders because of the emphasis it places on character development. This program takes one behind the scenes at the military academy and then into some of the country's foremost private and government organizations where West Point graduates now work.

    Provided By CRM Learning

  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    American Business: Stopping Employee Theft

    The betrayal and financial loss of having an employee steal from you can be emotionally draining. The founder of the Shulman Center for Compulsive Theft and Spending; an attorney and chair of the New York City advisory board for Astia; and the founder and CEO of Behance, talk about ways...

    Provided By American Express Company

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Be Sure You Really Want Honest Answers, Advises Jeffrey Bewkes

    Jeffrey Bewkes, MBA '77, president and chief operating officer of Time Warner Inc., admits his early career choices might seem "Pretty boring." He could have gone into television ad sales and made twice what he was offered as one of 250 MBAs hired to do commercial lending at Citibank. But...

    Provided By Stanford Graduate School of Business

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Business Answers: Marketing & Angel Funding

    Serial entrepreneur and author of "What If? and Why Not?: How to Transform Your Fears Into Action and Start the Business of Your Dreams," and The founder and CEO of AMA Productions and author of "The Recipe: A Fable for Leaders and Teams," answer viewer about how to market unique...

    Provided By American Express Company

  • Webcasts // Dec 2010

    How To Motivate Employees

    While some companies offer bonus opportunities as a way to motivate its employees, Dan Ariely thinks bonuses causes just the opposite. The author of The Upside Of Irrationality tells the author of this webcast that bonuses create internal competition that will leave certain employees feeling under-appreciated. At the same time,...

    Provided By American Express Company

  • Webcasts // Aug 2011

    Low Wages And High Unemployment For U.S. Men

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses disturbing trends for men in the U.S. work force today: nearly one man in five is unemployed, wages for men who do have jobs are historically low, and workforce opportunities for men are shrinking.

    Provided By Brookings Institution

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    The Flexible AMP Curriculum

    Challenging times call for new kinds of leadership, and AMP addresses these challenges.

    Provided By President and Fellows of Harvard College

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Comprehensive Leadership Programs

    Three flagship programs designed to enhance your leadership ability - and build long-term value.

    Provided By President and Fellows of Harvard College

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    It's Intense At The Top

    The Wall Street Journal reports on the benefits of elite, intensive leadership programs like AMP.

    Provided By President and Fellows of Harvard College