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Ideas that workSeptember 8, 2020Share:       
s+b celebrating 25 yearsThe fortune at the bottom of the pyramidIn January 2002, C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart urged leaders to imagine the world’s 4 billion poorest people as potential consumers — and described precisely how they could engage them profitably. The prophetic article was followed by the best-selling 2004 book of the same title. advertisement
s+b celebrating 25 yearsFrances Hesselbein’s merit badge in leadershipIn 2015, when s+b contributing editor Sally Helgesen profiled Frances Hesselbein, she deftly interwove Hesselbein’s impactful biography with the enduring ideas she champions. advertisement
Featured articleClocking in, 21st-century styleIn the era of telecommuting, what qualifies as “working time”? A new paper proposes a way to track employees’ hours on the job while respecting their time Matt Palmquist
PwC insightsGlobal Entertainment & Media Outlook 2020–2024Pulling the future forward: The entertainment and media industry reconfigures amid recovery. 
Most popularStretch or safe? The art of setting goals for your teamsThe pandemic has made planning a bigger challenge, and created a difficult balancing act for Adam BryantWhat is an office for now?Remote working may be here to stay, but don’t write off the office just Linda Rodriguez McRobbieSustaining productivity in a virtual worldMaintaining productivity levels among remote employees is an enduring challenge. Here are five ways to help people and businesses thrive in the post-pandemic world of Nele Van Buggenhout, Soraya Murat, and Tom de Sousa