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Strategy & Change, Billion-Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn from Business Failures
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directed by Mauricio Quijano, fl. 2009, in Strategy & Change and People & Productivity (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2009), 49 mins
Featuring Chunka Mui of Diamond Management and Technology Consultants, Inc., this program examines some of the most significant business failures of the past 25 years and outlines the seven common strategic errors that lead to business failure. Mui shows how to encourage a devil’s advocacy mentality to avoid ser...
directed by Mauricio Quijano, fl. 2009, in Strategy & Change and People & Productivity (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2009), 49 mins
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Executive Leadership, Collective Leadeship: How to Unleash Productivity, Potential and Power of Purpose
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directed by Ryan Roberts, fl. 2011, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2011), 52 mins
Featuring Jim Quigley of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Ltd., this program introduces collective leadership and shows how it enables a leader to find agreement about how people want to work at the corporate, business unit, or functional team level. The DVD discusses leadership styles and emphasizes the value of a leade...
directed by Ryan Roberts, fl. 2011, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2011), 52 mins
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Conflicts in the Workplace: Sources and Solutions
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(Kantola Productions, 2010), 17 mins, 17 page(s)
Considering common sources of workplace conflict, this program explores conflict resolution skills. It teaches how to respond with empathy, listen actively, set limits, use “I” language instead of “you” language, disengage from conflict, appeal to mutual self-interest, and attack the problem, not the person.
(Kantola Productions, 2010), 17 mins, 17 page(s)
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People & Productivity, Creative Confidence: How to Drive Innovation in Yourself and Others
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directed by Farukh Basrai, in People & Productivity and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2013), 31 mins
David Kelley's human-centered 'design thinking' requires building empathy for the end-users of whatever product, service or environment you are creating. This empathy helps you understand users’ needs and gives you the motivation to make their lives better. But empathy alone is not enough. If you want to innovat...
directed by Farukh Basrai, in People & Productivity and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2013), 31 mins
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Creative Thinking: Breaking New Ground for Creating Innovative Business Solutions
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(Kantola Productions, 1997), 42 mins, 42 page(s)
Exploring creativity, this program teaches how to use lateral thinking, provocative operation, concept extraction, and random entry to generate powerful ideas.
(Kantola Productions, 1997), 42 mins, 42 page(s)
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Dealing With the Irate Customer 2
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(Kantola Productions, 2009), 21 mins, 21 page(s)
This program teaches how to calm angry customers and work toward amicable solutions to customer service problems. It covers such topics as connecting with angry customers, showing empathy, apologizing, using positive language, allowing the customer to make decisions, drawing the line, and knowing what to offer.
(Kantola Productions, 2009), 21 mins, 21 page(s)
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Doing Well and Doing Good: Corporate Social Responsibility as a Profit Generator
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(Kantola Productions, 2004), 1 hour 1 mins, 61 page(s)
Featuring company president and CEO Jeffrey Swartz, this program explores the Timberland company, which has become a model for socially responsible businesses. It explains that the company proves that profit-minded companies can both provide shareholder profits and benefit communities. The DVD considers Timberland...
(Kantola Productions, 2004), 1 hour 1 mins, 61 page(s)
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Strategy & Change, Getting From Little Bets to Big Breakthroughs
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directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Strategy & Change and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2011), 50 mins
In this program, author Peter Sims shows how such innovative leaders as Bill Hewlett and Jeff Bezos test and refine experimental ideas. He illustrates how low-risk, small bets provide critical information that leads to creative breakthroughs.
directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Strategy & Change and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2011), 50 mins
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People & Productivity, Getting the Best from Others
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directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in People & Productivity, Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2007), 47 mins
Good managers, wanting to do the right thing, often miss the boat when it comes to getting the best out of a diverse workforce. Not wanting to offend, they choose peace over honest feedback, thereby limiting their people's potential. Not understanding what motivates each individual, they offer incentives that are...
directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in People & Productivity, Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2007), 47 mins
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Executive Leadership, Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Master the Art of Leadership
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directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Executive Leadership, People & Productivity and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2010), 53 mins
In this program, Robert Sutton of the Stanford Graduate School of Business explores the five characteristics of high-quality leaders. He explains that good bosses are appropriately assertive, convey wisdom, possess both confidence and humility, and work to eliminate negativity in an organization.
directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Executive Leadership, People & Productivity and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2010), 53 mins
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