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Audi Convention sensitizes leaders to integrity, culture and compliance


During the Audi Convention, around 3,400 Audi managers and works council members at the brand’s German sites dealt intensively with these three key topics. The Audi Convention represents an important pillar in the successful cultural change of the company. “Audi will only be successful in the future if we consistently follow the path of change. Along this path it is important to establish an appreciative, open and responsible culture and to act with integrity,” said Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG, in his welco... Read More »

HBO Executive and Professional Coach Publishes New Book on Enlightened Leadership

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It is easy to live life on auto-pilot, not paying attention to the present moment or what’s ahead. That was the case for Carla Moore on September 18, 2007, when she crashed into a concrete median driving 55 mph. Moore emerged from the wreck on a mission to start living the life she had always imagined, transforming herself over the following year from 300 pounds to triathlete, from passenger in her own life to driver. This transformation also positively affected her professional life and led Moore—who worked her way at HBO from entry-level sale... Read More »

Tata Communications, Human Capital Leadership Institute Leadership Mosiacs study reveals nuances of Asian business leadership


Singapore’s business leaders are forward planners, driven by data and processes while their Indian counterparts succeed on quick improvisations and emotional connections with their people. Confucianism forms the cultural core of many Chinese senior business leaders. As a result, they lean towards a hierarchical leadership style. Yet, similar to trends across many markets in Asia, there must be a turn towards participative decision-making and empowerment. Such unique insights give global businesses an in-depth understanding of succeeding in t... Read More »



LUKOIL, which came to Turkey more than 18 years ago, is now among the country’s top ten fuel suppliers: with some 600 gas stations in operation, it ranks fifth as regards the number of retail spots. ... Read More »

Alexander Chernov takes over leadership at Gazprom Georesource


Alexander Chernov was born in 1981 in the Rostov Region. In 2003 he graduated from the South-Russian State Technical University (Novocherkassk Polytechnic Institute), majoring in Geophysical Methods of Mineral Deposit Prospecting and Exploration. Alexander Chernov has worked at Gazprom Group for 14 years. Between 2002 and 2004 – 4th category logger, geoscientist at a field geophysical survey unit, Severgazgeofizika production branch of Gazprom Georesource. Between 2004 and 2008 – division head, technical leader of the field geophysical... Read More »

Women in leadership at Allianz


Interview with Helen Silver “Take up opportunities when they present themselves.” Helen Silver is the Chief General Manager of the Workers Compensation Division at Allianz Australia, with responsibility for supervision and delivery of Workers Compensation services across Australia. Prior to this role, Helen held senior positions in both the Victorian and Commonwealth public services. Helen advises young people to seize opportunities: “Don’t wait till you think you’re 100% ready to take up a job opportunity, just go for it.” ... Read More »

Novartis announces exclusive agreement to extend leadership in ophthalmology, leveraging novel anti-PGDF therapy Fovista®


"Novartis is committed to addressing key unmet needs in medical retina. Fovista in combination with currently available anti-VEGF treatments could further improve outcomes of patients suffering from avoidable vision loss," said David Epstein, Division Head, Novartis Pharmaceuticals. "If approved, Fovista is expected to be the first to market in this class of therapies for wet AMD confirming our commitment and leadership in the ophthalmology space." Fovista offers a new mechanism of action to address unmet need to further improve visual acuit... Read More »

Tata Steel remembers Russi Mody


Padma Bhushan Rustomji Hormusji Mody, popularly known as Russi Mody, is known for his long standing association with Tata Steel, formerly known as TISCO. He retired from Tata Steel in March 1993, leaving behind a legacy of 53 years, which won him and the company international acclaim in various fields especially in industrial relations. Through his method of practical wisdom and pragmatic decision-making, he led from the front, winning hearts and minds alike. A pioneer in the industry, he understood and implemented concepts such as human resour... Read More »

IBM named a leader in IDC marketscape for business analytics services


According to the report based on an analysis of the top consulting firms worldwide, IBM was the leading provider for strategy and maintained the highest market share compared to other organizations. Client firms contacted by IDC praised the practice for delivering innovative solutions, meeting project timelines and clearly communicating the value of its services and delivery methodology. The IBM practice is the first among major consultancies to fully integrate strategy consulting, organization change and business analytics, reflecting IBM's... Read More »

Verizon’s chief talent and diversity officer discusses what it takes to become a successful leader


On a conference call with more than 100 young professionals, Yrizarry shared her views on the key leadership qualities needed for success. She stressed the importance of having a vision and understanding of where your company is going and why; the business knowledge to understand your industry and the context within which your company competes and your role in its winning proposition; the ability to communicate plans clearly; and the ability to execute as a leader and get the actual work done. While Yrizarry said it’s important for people to... Read More »

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