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.