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TOP RESEARCH Can managers build social ties between employees?
Leadership

Can managers build social ties between employees?

by Valery Yakubovich

Friendly teams are the most productive, but can 'social capital' be developed top down?

Nokia buys Alcatel-Lucent: Together, Will These Two Struggling Firms Enable the Connected world?
Strategy

Nokia buys Alcatel-Lucent: Together, Will These Two Struggling Firms Enable the Connected world?

by Ashok Som

If the new Nokia-Alcatel-Lucent wants to turn things around, they’ll need to get over three major hurdles

Overpriced Eyewear? Debunking the ‘Optical Illusion’
Strategy

Overpriced Eyewear? Debunking the ‘Optical Illusion’

by Marc Guyot

A new book looks at how myth vs. reality can threaten a healthy industry

Is Obvious Product Placement a Problem?
Strategy

Is Obvious Product Placement a Problem?

by Nicolas Glady

While some argue that arts and culture sponsorship might stunt creativity, that’s not necessarily the case

How is ‘crowdfunding’ the new venture capitalism, or even way better?
Innovation

How is ‘crowdfunding’ the new venture capitalism, or even way better?

by Fabrice Cavarretta

Crowdfunding is an industrial revolution in that it flips the Venture Capitalist fundraising model

TOP RESEARCH CSR: Will all the sustainability talk have a real impact on the environment?
Business & Society

CSR: Will all the sustainability talk have a real impact on the environment?

by Charles Cho

Corporations might embellish the truth, but are they also aspiring to change their behavior?

What Makes a Great Leader?
Leadership

What Makes a Great Leader?

by Olivier Fourcadet

Let’s take a closer look at the managerial thought process

TOP RESEARCH High-tech Innovation ‘Made in China’
Innovation

High-tech Innovation ‘Made in China’

by Yan Li

Putting an end to the old myth that ‘China can’t innovate’ - an interview with Jan Li

Flipping the formula is what keeps Game of Thrones’ audiences hooked
Strategy

Flipping the formula is what keeps Game of Thrones’ audiences hooked

by Nicolas Glady

As Game of Thrones edges into uncharted territory, is there an algorithm that could help us predict outcomes?

When Legroom Comes at a Premium, Are Airlines Shooting Themselves in the Foot?
Strategy

When Legroom Comes at a Premium, Are Airlines Shooting Themselves in the Foot?

by Stefan Gröschl

Major carriers are forgetting their strengths when they compete for the lowest fare

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