Leadership Link Round-Up: June 22-26
- It’s hard working with your hands–but it’s harder working in a job with no craftsmanship.
- Myspace is cutting back. Just because your the first–doesn’t mean your the best.
- What are the world’s most counterfeited products? See Businessweek’s slide show and check out their redesigned site!
- Innovation takes a big team and a lot of ideas. Wharton wants us to think (and collaborate) outside of the box.
- Forbes on the market’s best managers. It takes a different kind of leader in tough times.
- Social media’s influence on Iran has been unique and revolutionary.
- Can’t stop thinking about that chocolate-chip cookie? Food companies know what we want before the doctors do!
- Iran’s protests might do less damage than the regimes upper-level squabbling and infighting.
- It’s graduation season. Here are some important steps to tell the fresh graduates in your family.
- Need help understanding the election in Iran? This cartoon will sum it up.
- I’ll meet you at Pepsi station. New York’s perpetually cash-strapped MTA wants to sell subway station naming rights to companies. Oh, and they are raising fares this Sunday.
- The unusual science of electing a board of directors. Incompetency, it seems, is rewarded.
- How did McDonald’s become tres chic in France?
- How does social media mourn?
- Need an example of a team defying all odds and winning? You can’t get a better one than this: USA beats Spain 2-0 in the Confederation’s Cup.
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