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  How AI Will -- and Won't -- Change the Way You Manage

Canals, Jordi; Cassiman, Bruno; Elvira, Marta; Sieber, Sandra; Raes, Anneloes IESE professors Bruno Cassiman, Marta Elvira, Sandra Sieber and Anneloes Raes discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on strategy, talent management, corporate governance, IT management and organizational culture, respectively. Then, Jordi Canals wraps up the discussion by reiterating the enduring role of general managers in this new paradigm. Read article

  Culture club: how silent bias can hold back growth

Levy, Orly; Reiche, Sebastian If a multinational's home culture is strongly favored, it's not taking full advantage of the diverse cultural capital of its employees. Sebastian Reiche investigates the politics of culture and offers positive examples to promote cosmopolitanism at work. Read article

  Companies struggle to find the talent they need. Why?

Canals, Jordi; Blázquez, María Luisa; Masclans, Roger A whopping 72 percent of large firms working in Spain say they have a tough time filling positions despite the country's high unemployment rate. That's according to an eye-opening study by IESE's María Luisa Blázquez, Roger Masclans and Jordi Canals. Read article

  A book for all your New Year's resolutions

This year, hold yourself accountable to all your professional goals. Read article

  How to win the loyalty of the sandwich generation

Las Heras, Mireia; Van der Heijden, Beatrice; de Jong, Jeroen; Rofcanin, Yasin Personalized work arrangements could be the answer for employees with caregiving obligations to both children and aging parents. And, according to research by Mireia Las Heras, these arrangements help build loyalty among the sandwich generation's talent pool. Read article

  11 digitalization-driven changes in people management

Corral, Jerónimo; Rodríguez-Lluesma, Carlos Digitalization is changing products, work processes, services and business models. It's also leading companies to reconsider their people management policies to keep up with cultural shifts, as Carlos Rodríguez-Lluesma and Jerónimo Corral explain. Read article

  Why you should work like everyone is watching

Lount, R.; Doyle, S.; Brion, Sebastien; Pettit, N. C. Does having an audience affect your motivation on a team project? And does it matter how well you are regarded by your teammates at the outset? Research coauthored by Sebastien Brion looks at the relationship between status, performance expectations and effort, and how it's affected by visibility. Read article

  The Impact of Cultural Identity on Effective Global Leadership and Teamwork

Lee, Yih-Teen; Masuda, A.; Fu, Xin; Reiche, Sebastian On a multinational work team, are you an assimilated local or a global ambassador? Working abroad, your unique cultural identity vis-à-vis your home and host countries, as well as your global outlook, impacts team effectiveness and how you are perceived as a leader. Research by Yih-Teen Lee and B. Sebastian Reiche sheds light on how. Read article

  3 Keys to Higher Job Satisfaction at Multinationals

Cerdin, Jean-Luc; Sharma, Kushal; Liao, Yuan Given the particular stresses of international careers, predicting who will thrive in global posts is a big help. A study co-authored by IESE's Yuan Liao looks at certain self-perceptions and attitudes which have important implications for global talent management. Read article

  How Not to Lose Your Head in a Bidding War

Hafenbrädl, Sebastian; Woike, Jan K. Heading into a competitive auction, you should take steps to anticipate how potential escalations could change your frame of mind. Research by Sebastian Hafenbrädl uncovers two things that improve outcomes in these adrenaline-filled circumstances. Read article
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