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Management

Management under the microscope

8 March 2021 • by Michael R. Wade in Management

The corporate world is full of platitudes about management and leadership that form a kind of accepted wisdom about how things are done in business....

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The corporate world is full of platitudes about management and leadership that form a kind of accepted wisdom about how things are done in business.

In this original series from I by IMD, Professor Michael Wade challenges that. With the help of some of the world’s leading academics and executives, he turns six “accepted truths” on their heads – revealing powerful new ideas and ways of working that could help you become a better informed and more effective manager.

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