More than a show, Game of Thrones is a trove of leadership lessons for managing groups and implementing change.
Assistant Professor Michael Slepian’s research suggests that one of the greatest burdens Game of Thrones characters carry are secrets, both their own and others’.
When Bruce Craven introduced Game of Thrones into the class Leadership Through Fiction, students erupted into applause.
Professor Linda Green’s solution for the looming crisis boils down to two words: increased efficiency.
Pro bono work trains you to be more successful and gives your employer information about how you will perform in a more senior role, says Assistant Professor Vanessa Burbano.
A key player in the US’s winning bid to host the 2026 World Cup, this Columbia Business School economist addresses the challenges of managing at the top level of the world’s most popular sport.
In the Pakistani city of Sialkot, Amit Khandelwal discovered a thriving soccer ball industry constrained by a simple economic problem.
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