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Following sports in the time of COVID-19

A lack of professional sporting competitions is affecting fans, reshaping both their behavior and their relationship with teams.

by Ben Lyttleton

COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL -- Executive Education

Venture Capital (Live Online): Investing in Early-Stage Startups

June 15–19, 2020

In this new virtual program, current and aspiring startup investors get equipped to evaluate and monitor potential early-stage investing opportunities and receive the knowledge they need to lower risk and increase returns. Learn more.

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If cash is king, why doesn’t it rule?

With tax rules changing and liquidity a major concern, companies need to organize their operations around a new value equation.

by Liz Sweigart

Thunderbird School of Global Management
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Staying ahead in Latin America’s turbulent oil and gas market

Felipe Bayón, CEO of Ecopetrol, Colombia’s biggest company, explains how the company is transforming to stay on top.

by Mariana Palau and Gustavo F. Dreispiel

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A guide to establishing your leadership presence

Express your own commitment as a leader in a more effective way.

PwC insights

Reimagining healthcare: Telemedicine initiatives for COVID-19

Changing consumer attitudes and the necessity to ‘flatten the curve’ are ushering in a new era of telemedicine.

 

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Checking in on employee health and well-being

Automatic contact tracing in the workplace can help protect employees from COVID-19 while preserving personal privacy.

by Emily Stapf and David Sapin

The Simplicity Principle and why six is the perfect number for better management

“Keep it simple” and “learn from nature” are positive mantras to live and work by.

by Julia Hobsbawm

Forces of nature

Understanding how ecosystems grow, thrive, and regenerate can help leaders steer their organization in the future.

by David K. Hurst