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Don’t be afraid, embrace complexity!
Leadership

Don’t be afraid, embrace complexity!

by Hamid Bouchikhi

A popular concept in intellectual circles, business leaders tend to approach complexity with somewhat less enthusiasm but this must change.

Can Apple keep winning the game with a late mover strategy?
Innovation

Can Apple keep winning the game with a late mover strategy?

by Jan Ondrus

Truth be told, big screens, smart watches and virtual wallets are nothing new

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: slacktivism or innovative philanthropy?
Business & Society

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: slacktivism or innovative philanthropy?

by Arthur Gautier

Catchy campaign draws legitimate criticism, but holds promises for the future of giving

Where health is concerned, give consumers some credit
Business & Society

Where health is concerned, give consumers some credit

by Olivier Fourcadet

The new French Health Bill proposes to make nutritional information easier to understand – but are we oversimplifying?

Corporate Transparency and Sustainability Reporting: The South Korean Case
Economy & Finance

Corporate Transparency and Sustainability Reporting: The South Korean Case

by Charles Cho

An argument in favour of more governmental guidelines and enforcement

Time to evolve or perish in a changing world
Education

Time to evolve or perish in a changing world

by Hamid Bouchikhi

Progressive deans – who dare to confront the many sacred cows in the profession – are needed

Dying To Do A Deal
Economy & Finance

Dying To Do A Deal

by Sridhar Arcot

How aging private equity funds push managers to buy and sell at almost any price

Big Data Complexity: a Tangle of Connections
Innovation

Big Data Complexity: a Tangle of Connections

by Nicolas Glady

Analyzing Big Data – like any complex system – takes a holistic approach.

Watching the World Cup: Can TV Encourage Physical Activity?
Business & Society

Watching the World Cup: Can TV Encourage Physical Activity?

by Thierry Lardinoit

The International Observatory of Sports Consumption finds evidence of a positive link between watching and playing.

Why Leaders Should Accept Responsibility for Their Failures
Leadership

Why Leaders Should Accept Responsibility for Their Failures

by Jérôme Barthélemy

It’s in your company’s best financial interests to stop passing the buck

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