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Kaihan Krippendorff from Outthinker posts an interesting article that examines two  marketing strategies: the strategic principle of “preferential access to resources”  and  one of “locking up resources” in a bid to dominate the market.

Self-confessed millennial Evren Ozkaya discusses the future of self-driving supply chains and the effect that will have on employment and, subsequently, society.

From David A. Fields, valuable and practical solutions to situations consultants often face; in this case, turning a cancelled project into a future project while also  improving client relations.  David is the author of two highly-rated books, The Irresistible Consultant’s Guide to Winning Clients and The Executive’s Guide to Consultants

What do VCs look for in an investment? Valuable advice from Sanjay Ghandi for entrepreneurs and startups that identifies 5 steps VCs follow to evaluate an investment, and 3 steps all entrepreneurs should follow.  

And finally this week, found in the archives of Elizabeth Edersheim’s website, a sound reminder of the four freedoms from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s State of the Union address in 1941.

Susan Drumm identifies two distinct leadership approaches and how each one deals with workplace conflict.

Geoff Wilson shares five experiences that have helped him become an effective and empathetic professional.

Through research conducted on the attitudes, hopes, and concerns of men about women in the workplace, Christy Johnson offers a prescription for more gender diversity in the workplace and identifies steps that can be taken to encourage change.

When Elon Musk ventured into space exploration industry, he avoided three mistakes in managing risk and uncertainty that other companies often make. Amanda Setili identifies and defines those mistakes to help others avoid costly common errors. Amanda is author of The Agility Advantage: How to Identify and Act on Opportunities in a Fast-Changing World (learn more and […]

Soyini Coke shines a light on the culture of intense customer care in this week’s interview with Jim and Greice Murphy from Advanced Care Pediatrics. They discuss transforming an entrenched industry.