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Layoffs are rarely a good strategy

C-Suite Brief | Apr 14, 2016

Too many companies use layoffs as a way of achieving short-term goals without giving enough thought to their long-term impact, says Wharton professor Adam Cobb. "Layoffs may look good on paper because they have an immediate effect on costs. Yet in reality there are a lot of costs that layoffs impose on firms," Cobb says. Knowledge@Wharton (04/12)


Why bosses should ban meetings outside of meetings

C-Suite Brief | Apr 07, 2016

The power of going digital: Q&A with Siemens' Raj Batra

C-Suite Brief | Apr 21, 2016

Inclusion as a strategic imperative: Q&A with Rockwell Automation's Susan Schmitt

C-Suite Brief | Apr 28, 2016

Companies should teach employees to make decisions

C-Suite Brief | Apr 07, 2016

What's the key to increasing productivity growth again?

C-Suite Brief | Apr 07, 2016

Lowering the bar: Hurdle rates

C-Suite Brief | Apr 21, 2016

Webinar: How Eaton measures its corporate handprint

C-Suite Brief | Apr 07, 2016

Book review: "Originals" and the quest for unconventional ideas

C-Suite Brief | Apr 14, 2016

The leader's role in making organizations more creative

C-Suite Brief | Apr 14, 2016


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