Dec 28, 2022 // Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article examining Jeff Bezos' distinct leadership style. "His unwritten philosophy is courage and curiosity, which I found to be to the real hallmark of pretty much every great leader that I work with or study," Finkelstein says.
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Dec 09, 2022 // Highlights Sydney Finkelstein and his book Why Smart Executives Fail in an article exploring the relationship between employee loyalty and disagreement with leadership decisions.
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Nov 21, 2022 // Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article examining “boomerang CEOs”—chief executives that return shortly after stepping down from their role.
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Jul 07, 2022 // Sydney Finkelstein quoted in an article examining the use of clichés and buzzwords by business executives to explain the current economic climate.
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Jul 04, 2022 // Sydney Finkelstein joins the Leading The Future of Work with Jacob Morgan podcast to discuss his book Superbosses and what it takes for a business leader to become a superboss.
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May 17, 2022 // “Be smart about how you use the time you’ve got in person,” Sydney Finkelstein says in an article exploring how business leaders can best approach a hybrid workplace.
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Apr 18, 2022 // Sydney Finkelstein joins CNBC to discuss Elon Musk’s attempt to overtake Twitter.
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Mar 29, 2022 // Features Sydney Finkelstein in an article examining the potential ramifications of Howard Schultz returning as CEO of Starbucks.
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Mar 19, 2022 // A feature story about Catie Griggs D’03, T’09, president of business operations for the Seattle Mariners. “She doesn’t show up other people. She's modest in that way; humble, really, which is a very important criteria characteristic for a leader,” Sydney Finkelstein says of Griggs.
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Mar 11, 2022 // How to Find Innovative, Practical Business Schools
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Oct 11, 2021 // Mentions research by Sydney Finkelstein in an article about the importance of governance to establish a resilient company.
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Jul 14, 2021 // Features Sydney Finkelstein in an article examining how business leaders should approach managing a team of managers.
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Jul 02, 2021 // Mentions research by Sydney Finkelstein in an opinion piece examining the pitfalls that can befall powerful business leaders.
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Jun 10, 2021 // Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article about Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan and the numerous considerations that will go into choosing his eventual successor.
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Nov 10, 2020 // As a guest on the WWDD podcast, Sydney Finkelstein discusses his research examining the best business leaders in the world, the traits that make them great leaders, why developing talent is a common trait among them, and much more.
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Nov 18, 2020 // An article examining how to employ social media as a teaching tool highlights a Harvard Business Review article written by Sydney Finkelstein exploring how many of the best business leaders are also great teachers.
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Oct 12, 2020 // As a guest on the CFO 4.0 Podcast, Sydney Finkelstein discusses how COVID has affected the lives of many finance leaders around the globe, how new finance leaders can make a great first impression, and much more.
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Sep 08, 2020 // Mentions Sydney Finkelstein and his book, Think Again: Why Good Leaders Make Bad Decisions and How to Keep it from Happening to You, in an opinion piece examining the priorities of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari.
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Aug 11, 2020 // An article about how businesses can promote learning within their companies highlights research by Sydney Finkelstein examining “Teacher-Leaders”— managers that emphasize on-going, intensive one-on-one tutoring of their direct reports.
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Jul 19, 2020 // Mentions research by Sydney Finkelstein exploring zombie companies—firms that don’t earn enough to cover interest payments and are kept alive in part by central banks.
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