Competitive Advantage and Business Strategy - Professor Dan Cable
Competitive advantage is essential for success in any field.
But what if there was a different way to achieve competitive advantage? One that didn't involve ruthless tactics or underhanded strategies?
According to Professor Dan Cable, the answer is emotions.
By understanding and embracing our emotions, we can create a competitive edge that is unrivaled. In episode 14 Professor Cable provides an in-depth analysis of what creates a competitive advantage and how it can be sustained. His findings may surprise you.
Learn how to apply the emotions of competitive advantage in your own business and achieve lasting success.
This is a fun and incredible insightful episode. You’re going to love it.
Dan is the Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School and author of the brilliant Alive at Work.He takes us through the story of purpose, and how to make it work – starring cats, mice, and the Canadian bank that started organising family reunions.
"...So if it has purpose, that means it connects to what you feel is meaningful. And we have a lot of evidence that it not only promotes your own health and how long you live, it also gives you an energy and a resilience when you hit obstacles and bumps in the road. And there's really good evidence that for a human being, purpose is not only life and health giving, but it helps us achieve our goals....So that's wonderful and powerful...."
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Throughout season 1, we talk about how the scope of the challenge before us is beyond that of any one individual or any one solution. We talk to thinkers, researchers, policymakers, and business leaders. They discuss a diversity of ideas and solutions to global climate and environmental issues and why they matter.
Season 1 is presented by Chris Caldwell and produced by UNITED RENEWABLES in association with LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL, ALUMNI ENERGY CLUB.