[BusinessWeek] A challenging economic environment is fostering a burst of fresh entrepreneurial energy
It may take months to discover whether the actions taken by last week’s Group of 20 summit in London are enough to rescue the world economy from a prolonged recession, if not depression. The substance of its conclusions will have to convince capital markets, global financial institutions, investors and humble consumers that they can start to spend, borrow or lend again.
Even in these tumultuous times, strategic planning doesn’t have to be an exercise in anxiety—or futility.
In this meltdown, people in its center can positively influence the outcome. Those of us watching from the outside can learn to be better leader
Everybody likes a winner, but winning companies don’t always produce the best leaders.