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MANAGE with Passion, Wisdom & Creativity ManageMagazine empowers you – leaders and managers – by publishing actionable knowledge, advice, and education every week of the year. By bringing knowledge straight from researchers and experts to you – we are here to help you lead and manage with passion, wisdom, and imagination. Together, we can connect research, expertise, and practice and create a future of healthy and innovative organizations – places where all go to work, and home again, feeling good, inspired and excited about tomorrow. Great leadership and management are good business. In short, healthy organizations with inspired and happy people are also prosperous and innovative organizations.
We are delighted to introduce to you a video series by David Day, University of Western Australia and Lisa Dragoni, Wake Forest University, North Carolina, about leader development. Day and Dragoni have researched the theme of leader development and...
This is an interview about Redefining Success in Business with Bart Houlahan. The interview is conducted by serial entrepreneur Jonathan Løw. We thank Jonathan Løw for kindly sharing this interview from the GuruBook. Bart Houlahan (United States) is the co-founder of...
Work-related suicide is rarely studied. Professor Stewart Clegg – one of our most published and cited researchers on strategy and organizations – is one of the few, who have recently researched the matter. I catch him on his way through Lyon, France,...
We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak. – Epictetus The need for listening is well know, yet the different levels of listening may be lost on most of us. So,...
by Vibeke Vad Baunsgaard The Freelance Workforce has Exploded! The temperature is below zero. It’s Monday morning, a few minutes to 9, and I’m on my way to Café K to meet Toby Toudal Nielsen, Director Nordic at Comatch. Toby has...
by Lynda Gratton Lynda Gratton is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School, where she directs the program ‘Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Companies’ – considered the world’s leading program on human resources.  Professor Gratton has been named by...
by David Bugay Fair, consistent processes and transparency are tools of credibility Change, and creating change, is an elixir or poison, depending on whether you hold the spoon with the medicine to the patient’s mouth or you are the patient that receives...
By Alexander Michael Gittens Growing up, my family endured constant financial hardship. It’s incredible how money problems compound setbacks, multiply stress and divide relationships. One step forward, two steps backwards: an unfortunate waltz. I yearned to be more. Better. Bigger....
by PJ Stevens Change begins where Strategy, Culture, and Leadership connect. Recently I have been working on an organizational and culture change project with a client, using the relationship between Strategy, Culture, and Leadership to effect long-lasting change. The power of linking...
by Mark LeBusque Is Quality Leadership about Doing or Being?  Work For A Cause, Not For Applause. (Unknown) We, humans, are really caught in a dilemma every day. A tension between applause and working for a cause. This need “do stuff” that immediately...

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