3 Ways to Break Out of a Zero-Sum Game of Growth with Your Competitors

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2: Create new technology enabled business models: GE’s Jeff Immelt and Dartmouth Professor Govindarajan are back, with lessons on digital transformation. How true disruptors use innovation, including digital, to grow the market and create new business models.

Your Leadership Mission Should Fit on a T-Shirt!

Marshall Goldsmith

Peter Drucker instilled this short phrase in me, “Your mission statement should fit on a T-Shirt,” as he did with so many others, and it has guided my career for many decades. For instance, Vijay Govindarajan, who does an excellent job of helping at the corporate strategy domain.

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Vijay Govindarajan - Vijay is a Professor of International Business and the Founding Director of Tuck’s Center for Global Leadership at Dartmouth.

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Introducing 100 Coaches: Pay It Forward Champions

Marshall Goldsmith

Bill began his career with Hyatt Hotels Corporation. Himanshu Saxena – Strategic mindset, design thinker, and mindfulness practitioner, he was appointed a business coach for ‘Industry Vertical Heads’ under Prof Vijay Govindarajan at Tuck School of Business. and The Career Playbook.

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New Books from the Press for April

Harvard Business Review

by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble. Authors Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth explain where, when, and why reverse innovation is on the rise, and why the implications are so profound. Written for leaders at every career level, Being Global will inspire readers to develop a truly global mindset.

Coaching for Behavioral Change

Marshall Goldsmith

These are the people who have great careers in front of them. Govindarajan, B. by Marshall Goldsmith. My mission is to help successful leaders achieve positive, long-term, measurable change in behavior: for themselves, their people and their teams. When the steps in the coaching process described below are followed, leaders almost always positive behavioral change – not as judged by themselves, but as judged by pre-selected, key stakeholders.

Why the World Needs Doctors with These 3 Qualities

Harvard Business Review

He was 58 and already retired from an illustrious career in ophthalmology when he founded the nonprofit Aravind Eye Hospital in 1976. Vijay Govindarajan Ravi Ramamurti. David Leahy/Getty Images. Doctors are sometimes blamed for the ills of the U.S. health care system, but our five-year research project in India and the U.S. revealed the opposite.

HBR's Most Popular Blog Posts of 2011

Harvard Business Review

Four Ways Women Stunt Their Careers Unintentionally. Which of your activities are actually important to your career, and which merely provide the illusion of progress? by Vijay Govindarajan. As 2011 comes to a close, the editors of HBR.org are taking a look back at the most popular blog posts of the year to find out what most preoccupied you, our readers.

Why Management Ideas Matter

Harvard Business Review

But Dan Pink's recent book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us tackles the perennial subject of motivation, and argues that we need to abandon the ineffectual carrot and stick approach, and the importance of doing something we love for a career. And an August 2010 blog by Vijay Govindarajan and Christian Sarkar challenged designers to create a house for $300 and set off a campaign to re-invent housing for the world's poorest people, building on C.K.

3 Entrepreneurs Who Made It Their Mission to Lower Health Care Costs

Harvard Business Review

Born and raised in Trichy, India, Kuppuswamy Chandrasekhar’s (known as “Chandra”), education and early career followed the dream of every small-town middle class Indian — engineering and MBA degrees from prestigious institutions ( BITS Pilani and Indian Institute of Management Calcutta , respectively) and a job in the semiconductor division of Phillips, a diversified multinational. Or so he thought, until one interaction changed the trajectory of his career.