Authority on the changing nature of business leadership
The London Business School professor of management practice on why corporations do well by doing good, the rise of principles-based companies, the new CXO skillset and the future of work.
- Corporations can do well by doing good, believes London Business School professor Lynda Gratton. And CIOs have a clear role to play in delivering on that.
- A new generation of CXOs is rethinking how their organizations do business, says Lynda Gratton — broadening the scope for both business and social innovation.
- Lynda Gratton argues that business leadership is undergoing a profound transformation, with executives developing and applying new sets of skills, values and global outlooks.
- Technology is rapidly redefining the way we all work, observes Lynda Gratton, enabling new forms of collaboration across traditional business boundaries.