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What value does tradition still engender for a society that hails disruption and innovation? Does the insistence on the need to cherish one’s tradition nowadays rather pose challenges than it offers advantages? Or is there perhaps a way to reconcile tradition and innovation in our time? Read all about it while you check out the summer edition of the St. Gallen Business Review featuring “Tradition” on and celebrate with us the 20th anniversary of the St. Gallen Business Review.

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The start up industry is booming, especially e-commerce is growing immensely. Sometimes it is quite difficult to distinguish between two co-existing business models and their USP. In the end, how important is the product? Might it be all about selling a brand? We asked Katrine Kjaer, Managing Director at Valmano, to give us insights into her brand management experience in start-ups and its relationship to traditional well-established companies. Enjoy reading our most recent SGBR interview and reduce the wait for the SGBR summer edition 2016, to be published next week. Get hyped!

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Many organizations claim a rich tradition. With close to 1000 years of existence the Order of Malta can greet these claims with smiles. Before considering managing the newbies, how about asking Prinz von Lobkowitcz about an Order that has unlike others prevailed through a millennium and continues to make an impact. Find out why the Order even enjoys a status in international law similar to that of a recognized country in this week’s SGBR interview.

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“Innovation is about creating results by doing new things.” That short definition alone does not satisfy you? Good! Dive in on innovation research whilst reading the SGBR’s most recent interview with Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg.

http://www.stgallenbusinessreview.com/interview-wedell-wedellsborg/

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The march issue marks the end of nudity in Playboy Magazine. We asked Playboy Enterprises' Beverley Hills based Executive Vice President and CFO Christoph M. Pachler what inspired the move to ban nudity and how he plans to restore profitability to this iconic American brand.

Friends and readers of the St. Gallen Business Review: We are glad to announce our new segment the SGBR interviews.

Every two weeks we will provide you with a thrilling conversation, exclusively on . Leaders from business, science and society will share insights and provide an exciting time starting with Playboy CFO Christoph M. Pachler. Stay tuned and get hyped!

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Michael Gross, Motivational Coach and Triple Olympic Champion on Self-Coaching.

(article only available in german)

Selbstcoaching – aus Potentialen wird Performance

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Stress testing plays a major role in banks’ risk management. It is seen as a valuable complement to regular bank portfolio risk measurement in a normal environment.

Bank stress testing – magic bullet or placebo?

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Read our Interview for an Insight into Rocket Internet with Alexander Kudlich, former ESPRIT St.Gallen team member, today Global Managing Director of Rocket Internet

http://buff.ly/1SGtdK1

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"Within Western countries, we have seen the increasing secularization of our societies. Unlike many parts of the world where religion is growing, in North West Europe and the North East states of the USA religious practice is in decline. However, religion has been an, if not the, important traditional source of values in our societies."

Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach, former Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs International
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