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The cover theme of the May-June issue is ‘negotiation’. Experts—Stephen Kozicki, Gordian Business; Dr Joshua N Weiss, Harvard University; Alan Yong, author of Improve Your Odds: The Four Pillars of Business Success; Asif Upadhye, Never Grow Up; Ross Reck, author of The Win-Win Negotiator; and Jayanth Narayanan, IMD Business School—share their views on various aspects of this subject. We have featured an article on strategic inflection points by Rita McGrath, author of The End of Competitive Advantage while Leslie Peters, author of Finding Time to Lead, tells us how leaders should control time by prioritising and not be controlled by it. Ramya Ramamurthy, author of REBUILD, throws light on crisis management and charts ways businesses can survive. Dr Smita Dabholkar Singh of IMT, Ghaziabad, displays the power of storytelling in an organization. George Binney, Ashridge Hult Business School, Philip Glanfield, Ashridge Hult Business School, and Gerhard Wilke, an anthropologist explore the leadership concept and describe how balancing between a manager and leader makes sense. John Knights, author of Leading Beyond the Ego, too touches upon leadership and tells us how a transpersonal leader is essential for an organization. In our regular sections, we have David Mattson, author of The Road to Excellence dispelling perceptions of leaders. Morgen Witzel, The University of Exeter Business School, defies the negative beliefs of negotiation and draws a clearer picture of negotiation as a collaboration between two parties.

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