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  In a world of artificial intelligence, management is more important than ever

Canals, Jordi; Heukamp, Franz AI is the new IT. A book featuring experts from around the world, edited by Jordi Canals and Franz Heukamp, looks at what the AI revolution means to the future of management -- and leadership -- as strategy, organizational design, HR and marketing are redefined. Read article

  The power of coaching to improve your daily life

Ribera, Alberto; Mc Farlane, Alan; Plamenova, Nia Part science, part art, executive coaching offers clients a broader perspective for professional and personal improvement. A new book walks through seven key moments to show how coaching works and what it can do for you. Read article

  5 golden rules to avoid M&A disaster

Fernandes, Nuno Nuno Fernandes' new book, The Value Killers: How Mergers and Acquisitions Cost Companies Billions--And How to Prevent It, offers research-backed advice to save companies from M&A havoc. Read article

  In data we trust? A manager's guide to understanding quantitative methods

Canela, Miguel Ángel; Alegre, Inés; Ibarra, Alberto From pricing to forecasting models, and some useful managerial tips: what to expect from Quantitative Methods for Managers: A Practical Approach. Read article

  4 warnings to help avoid another "lost decade"

Acharya, Viral V.; Eisert, Tim; Eufinger, Christian; Hirsch, Christian Could the prolonged pain of Japan's "lost decade" be repeated in Europe? To avoid falling into that trap, improving banks' capitalization and balance sheet quality should be prioritized now -- keeping sight of four key lessons learned from Japan. Read article

  The new real estate paradigm: more than just location

Vergara, Carles; Gutés, Joan D. Location, location, location: that's been the real estate mantra for ages. But according to a new book by Carles Vergara and Joan Gutés, timing and marketability increasingly count, too. And that requires new skills on the part of investors and managers to analyze and value property in this new context. Read article

  Inspire, diverge, converge: 3 steps to better decisions

Stremersch, Stefan Business leaders are under more pressure than ever to resolve strategic dilemmas. Citing research contained in his book, IESE professor Stefan Stremersch proposes a three-pronged approach that can spur your organization toward greater profitability and success. Read article

  A return to humanism in general management

Caldart, Adrian; Ricart, Joan Enric; Carrera, Alejandro It's time for a refresher on our ideas of what a CEO can and should be. A new book from strategic management scholars at IESE and affiliated schools explores humanistic leadership with a focus on Latin and Ibero-American organizations. Read article

  The flight path to wonderful decisions

García-Castro, Roberto; Ariño, Miguel Angel Anyone can make a decision, but making a really good one requires strategy. The 2019 book Wonderful Decisions, by Roberto García-Castro and Miguel Angel Ariño, presents a model for bias-minimizing decision-making for the best possible results. Read article

  The macroeconomics manual you didn't know you needed

Díaz Giménez, Javier Learn macroeconomics. Pay what you want. That's the groundbreaking approach of IESE professor Javier Díaz-Giménez's new book written for (nearly) everyone. Read article
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