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G100 Network Notebook | April 2013

In This Issue: Can Corporate Learning Be Reinvented? Sal Khan and Google at G100. eBay’s John Donahoe at G100. Poland’s Foreign Minister on Economic Reform. The Emerging Industry of Workforce Science. Singapore to Eclipse Switzerland. The Backlash Against High Tech’s Immigration Push. Energy, Business, and Geopolitics. Margaret Thatcher’s “Dissenters”. Regulation Ahead. Spring Reading. Read More »


G100 Network Notebook | March 2013

In This Issue: The China “Ghost Town” Story is Exaggerated. Buffet to American CEOs: Stop Whining. John Mackey at G100: A Kinder, Gentler CEO? Has The American Dream Become Elusive For Generations X, Y? The Drones Are Coming. Human Resources and Big Data. Online University, a Booming Business. A Transatlantic Trade Deal. How To Make A Company Truly Great. Read More »


G100 Notebook | February 2013

In This Issue: What Can the Khan Academy Teach Employers? How Military Leaders Use Contrarian Thinking to Solve Problems. A Silicon Valley of Drones. The Debate Over Sheryl Sandberg. What to Make of the Italian Elections. The Shale Revolution, at Home and Abroad. IBM’s Watson Applies Big Data to Health Care. Learning the Right Lessons From Japan. Read More »


Why Are Boards Coming Up Short In Performance?

No board member sets out to be mediocre. And yet as institutional shareholders and activists are “grading” board performance on a steeper curve than ever before, their view is that many boards are coming up short. Read More »


Smoke Signals From the Vatican: Picking Popes and CEOs

As the oldest succession process in the world kicks off at the Vatican, the leadership of the Roman Catholic Church is facing some truly modern challenges—ones that many global companies also face as when searching for their next CEO. Read More »


Monday Morning Leadership Lessons from Super Bowl XLVII

“The Super Bowl shows what million-dollar players and coaches are truly made of when the stakes matter most,” says leadership coach Stephen Miles, founder and CEO of The Miles Group. Read More »


The Advice I’m Giving CEOs This Year

"The best CEOs I work with are always learning," says Stephen Miles, founder and chief executive of The Miles Group. "The certainties of today – whether it's relying on a particular business model or banking on a 'category killer' or operating under a particular regulatory framework – can be up-ended and disrupted tomorrow. Corporate chiefs who internalize this reality are best equipped to steer their companies through disruption." Read More »


Attracting and Developing Talent – Houston Energy Dinner Playbook

Recently, G100 Network and SSA & Company, in partnership with Spencer Stuart, hosted a group of Fortune 500 CEOs and talent experts from the energy industry in Houston for a discussion on attracting and developing talent. Read More »


New Year’s Resolutions in 140 Characters or Fewer

We asked several prominent business leaders and management consultants to use a tweet to suggest one resolution you should make to enhance your life and your career in 2013. Here’s what they had to say in 140 characters or fewer: Read More »