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Translated Psychology, Episode 1: Harlow, Comfort, and Monkeys

Why do babies love their mothers? Why do businesspeople follow idols?

Shaking off the rust: re-socialisation post-COVID

It got me thinking: what other social skills of mine have grown rusty?

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Cheaters Never Lose, Part 4: How NOT to Apologise

If your organisation is in a situation in which it needs to issue an apology, focus on who, what, where, when, and how.

Cheaters Never Lose, Part 3: A Slap on the Wrist

Fines can be effective, but not when the fines are 5 million USD for an organisation valued at over 1.8 billion USD.

A sore point for domestic businesses

Most business start their companies because they want them to become big. COVID has changed this attitude.

CHEATERS NEVER LOSE

Crisis management lessons from an American sports scandal, Part 2: Stealing Signs

CHEATERS NEVER LOSE

Crisis management lessons from an American sports scandal, Part 1

The 480 Horsepower Nightmare

No matter how much the market for high-end products grows on the demand side, the supply side still often falls behind.

The Stage: American Airlines

This week we are taking a look at American Airlines, the largest airline in the United States and a bellwether for the nation’s entire airline industry.

Ambitionist Rage: Part 3

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

Ambitionist Rage: Part 2

His life was going according to plan, and according to all the rules written in the preceding half-century, it was a safe plan.

Ambitionist Rage: Part 1

Perhaps the most important feature of this generation is that they have consistently been in the wrong place at the wrong time. And they are angry because of it.

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On Doubt

I have learned one thing throughout my business career: knowing when and how to keep my doubt to myself is a skill that I would die without

Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 3: The COVID Dam

As job losses piled up early on, many thought that a reopened labour market might alleviate some of the most painful aspects of the shortage. Instead, the crisis actually exacerbated the situation.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 5: The Ambitionists

The world is my oyster! Because I deserve it! Roughly, that could be the motto of this generation. But then came the 2008 Great Recession.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Different Generations – Episode 4: The Diplomats

This generation had all the talent and momentum needed to be the winners of the COVID Crisis, but they were overconfident.

Working to Live or Living to Work, Episode 2: Never Going Back

Taking a look at Ipsos/World Economic Forum data about shifting worker expectations.

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