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In Memory of Peter Shea • My dad, the man who transformed this magazine, left an incredible mark.
When It’s Time to Go All In • Do you have a side hustle? Do you want to make it a full-time hustle, and escape your 9-to-5 job? Blavity founder Morgan DeBaun has some advice: Do it carefully, but steadily.
What Are You ‘Too Much’ Of? • Everyone is told they’re “too much” of something—whether it’s too outgoing, too shy, too demanding, or something else. Maybe you’ve tried to tone it down. But these six leaders each found that their “too much” was exactly what their business needed.
Therapy Made Him a Better Leader • A cofounder of The Black Tux shares how, to grow his company, he needed to understand himself first.
The Best Ad You’ve Ever Seen? • OK, it’s probably not. We just made it up. But the elements of this silly ad have real-world consequences—because they’re all based on research about how marketing works. Try one in your next ad.
Smart Tech for Easy Workflow • Mario Armstrong, a gear expert and two-time Emmy Award winner, has tech solutions to help boost your productivity while at the desk and away from it.
Are You a Fighter? • Workplace conflicts don’t always feel good. But that doesn’t mean they’re bad. Here’s how to manage them better.
THE FUTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP • This Image Was Made By AI.
YOUR BIGGEST QUESTIONS ABOUT AI, ANSWERED • We asked the experts: What do entrepreneurs most want to know from you? And what’s your best advice?
WHAT’S COMING? • The next-best thing to a crystal ball is a council of experts, so we asked 10 women leaders at forward-thinking companies for their predictions about the next year. They offered insights on what forces will shape the business world, and what entrepreneurs can do to stay ahead of the curve.
HELP NOT WANTED • Can a retail business operate with zero on-site employees? Many have tried and mostly failed. Now, a new ping-pong club is succeeding, and helping other companies do it too. Is this our future?
SHOULD YOU HIRE AN AI CONSULTANT? • We generated some answers from humans. The results were mixed.
YOU CAN’T SOLVE ALL THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS • But you can make a difference, if you take it one step at a time. That’s how Patagonia became mission-oriented long before the term “mission-oriented” was popular. Now, the company’s director of philosophy has advice for future generations of entrepreneurs.
‘HYBRID WORK’ IS NOT TWO KINDS OF WORK • Return to office? Stay at home? Increasingly, companies are choosing both—going with a hybrid model that’s viewed as a compromise between old and new. But to do it right, you must treat it as a radical reimagining of how we work.
Japan • DAWN BREAKS FOR THE RISING SUN
Mitsubishi Chemical Group • SHAPING A SUSTAINABLE GLOBAL FUTURE
T&D Holdings • PIONEERING EXCELLENCE IN THE LIFE INSURANCE INDUSTRY
Mitsui O. S.K. Lines • STEERING GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH PIONEERING INNOVATION
Elevating Excellence • COCA-COLA A BOTTLERS TLERS JAPAN HOLDINGS INC.’S VISION FOR 2028
Shionogi & Co., Ltd. • INNOVATING TO SECURE LIVES
NHK Spring • FROM THE AUTOMOTIVE TO THE TECH HARDWARE INDUSTRY – JAPAN’S MOST INNOVATIVE SPRING MANUFACTURER
Daido Steel • A CENTURY IN THE MAKING – JAPAN’S LEADING SPECIALTY STEEL MANUFACTURER
TSUBURAYA FIELDS HOLDINGS • ULTRAMAN’S ASCENT FROM JAPANESE ICON TO GLOBAL...