A Four-wheel-drive Diamond in the Rough Leadership Model

Great Leadership By Dan

What practitioners want and need, in my experience, is a practical framework that will allow them to influence in a variety of settings and incorporate new insights and various theoretical perspectives easily. This influence comes from a variety of sources and can be effective or ineffective.

Profit Is Less About Good Management than You Think

Harvard Business Review

Benjamin Graham , the father of value investing, seldom met the managers of the companies he invested in because he felt they would tell him only what they wished him to hear and because he didn’t want to be influenced by impressions of personality. STEVEN MOORE FOR HBR.

Research: The Digitization of Banks Disproportionately Hurts Women Entrepreneurs

Harvard Business Review

These meetings allowed for the exchange of important information about the business model, intangible assets, future prospects, and more. As opposed to meeting with entrepreneurs, this model is largely based on financial reporting information, credit scoring, and the quality of accessible assets as collateral. Veronica Grech/Getty Images.

How NASA Uses Telemedicine to Care for Astronauts in Space

Harvard Business Review

There is careful consideration of the “mission profile,” a broad set of factors that influence health and medical needs and risks, such as flight duration, launch and landing modes, medical evacuation capability, and time to definitive medical care. They determine what material and intangible means of disease and trauma prevention, diagnosis, and treatment are needed for each mission.

What the Companies That Predict the Future Do Differently

Harvard Business Review

The information most likely to influence the future comes from looking out the window, not in the mirror. Financially, organizations require new models to account for information assets beyond treating them as intangibles. The ultimate goal is to treat information as a tangible flow rather than an intangible asset stuck on the balance sheet. If knowledge is power, then predictive analytics promises the ultimate knowledge — that of the future.

What the Companies That Predict the Future Do Differently

Harvard Business Review

The information most likely to influence the future comes from looking out the window, not in the mirror. Financially, organizations require new models to account for information assets beyond treating them as intangibles. The ultimate goal is to treat information as a tangible flow rather than an intangible asset stuck on the balance sheet. If knowledge is power, then predictive analytics promises the ultimate knowledge — that of the future.