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3 Ways to Identify Cultural Differences on a Global Team
by / on 18/06/2018 at 10:00 / in Harvard Business Review

3 Ways to Identify Cultural Differences on a Global Team

In almost any business these days, you are guaranteed to interact with people whose cultural background is quite different from your own. In a global organization, you may have colleagues that come from a different country. You may partner with organizations whose employees come from another part of the country. There may also be cultural differences between you and some […]

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Talks at GS: General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Crisis, Culture and the Future of Cars
by / on 30/05/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Talks at GS: General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Crisis, Culture and the Future of Cars

Mary Barra has reshaped the culture of General Motors since becoming chairman and CEO in 2014, starting with her direct approach to the company’s massive ignition switch recall that year, and followed by sweeping changes in product development and technology that have made GM a leader in automotive innovation. “We don’t have a right to exist,” she told Goldman Sachs Chairman and […]

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Comment Goldman Sachs a gagné 200 millions en quelques heures en misant sur l’indice de la peur
by / on 28/05/2018 at 17:00 / in Entreprise

Comment Goldman Sachs a gagné 200 millions en quelques heures en misant sur l’indice de la peur

En pleine panique boursière, Goldman Sachs a réussi à engranger 200 millions de dollars de gains en une séance ! Encore une fois, Goldman Sachs a eu le nez creux. Le géant américain de la finance à la réputation sulfureuse – il a très souvent été accusé d’avoir joué un rôle dans la crise des subprime et la crise grecque – a […]

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The fairness factor in performance management by McKinsey&Company
by / on 06/05/2018 at 18:00 / in The Review

The fairness factor in performance management by McKinsey&Company

Many systems are under stress because employees harbor doubts that the core elements are equitable. A few practical steps can change that. The performance-management process at many companies continues to struggle, but not for lack of efforts to make things better. Of the respondents we surveyed recently, two-thirds made at least one major change to their performance-management systems over the […]

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Q&A with Florian Schneider, Managing Partner of Dentons Russia
by / on 03/05/2018 at 14:30 / in Best Lawyers®

Q&A with Florian Schneider, Managing Partner of Dentons Russia

A question and answer session with Florian Schneider, the managing partner of “Law Firm of the Year,” Dentons Russia. Can you tell me about some of your firm’s recent achievements that you believe contributed to Dentons being named a “Law Firm of the Year”? Best Lawyers® “Law Firm of the Year” in arbitration and mediation and labor and employment law was not the only […]

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Thought-Reading Machines and the Death of Love
by / on 19/04/2018 at 12:15 / in WIRED

Thought-Reading Machines and the Death of Love

LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN ONCE imagined that everyone had a box with something in it called a “beetle.” Denying the possibility of private language, the philosopher wrote, “No one can look into anyone else’s box, and everyone says he knows what a beetle is only by looking at his beetle.” Wittgenstein meant that we learn a word by observing the rules governing its use, but no […]

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Ask The Engineering Recruiters by Goldman Sachs
by / on 11/04/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

Ask The Engineering Recruiters by Goldman Sachs

Recruiters Catherine and Mallory discuss Engineering career opportunities at Goldman Sachs. Q: How does Goldman Sachs define “engineering” as it relates to roles at the firm? Mallory:  The word “engineering,” as it relates to roles at the firm, is referring to individuals who are passionate about solving the most challenging problems for our clients through math and software. Our engineers […]

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The Next Goldman Chief Could Be a Banker Who Moonlights as a D.J.
by / on 05/04/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

The Next Goldman Chief Could Be a Banker Who Moonlights as a D.J.

As bake-offs go it was pretty unusual: a part-time disc jockey and a karate black belt vying to be the next leader of arguably the world’s most influential bank. On Monday, Goldman Sachs Group picked the D.J. David M. Solomon, 56, a longtime investment banker, has been anointed as the sole heir apparent to Goldman’s chief executive, Lloyd C. Blankfein. […]

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How to turn your internship into a full-time position
by / on 26/03/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

How to turn your internship into a full-time position

There are few things more stressful than the job application process. Between re-editing your resume and the hours spent prepping for interviews, the job hunt can take its toll. The good news? If you’ve already gone through that process for landing an internship, you may be able to avoid repeating it. Many internships have a full-time offer waiting on the […]

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Talks at GS – Dara Khosrowshahi: Uber’s Roadmap to the Future
by / on 20/03/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Talks at GS – Dara Khosrowshahi: Uber’s Roadmap to the Future

David Solomon of Goldman Sachs and Dara Khosrowshahi of Uber The desire to make a difference was what motivated Dara Khosrowshahi to join Uber as CEO last year, after building Expedia into one of the world’s most successful travel companies. “This was a company in crisis, and I thought that I could make a real impact there. And Uber is […]

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