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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

TOP RESEARCH Coach: How One Brand is Navigating the Affordable Luxury Paradox
Strategy

Coach: How One Brand is Navigating the Affordable Luxury Paradox

by Ashok Som

Once upon a time, Coach was a trailblazing ‘accessible luxury’ brand, does it still have what it takes?

Can you resist sweet temptation?
Strategy

Can you resist sweet temptation?

by Sonja Prokopec

Business research that looks at “mental budgets” might help you stick to that diet.

LafargeHolcim, a Merger of Equals?
Strategy

LafargeHolcim, a Merger of Equals?

by Ashok Som

As Professor Ashok Som explains, it might be the end of French national champions and the beginning of European MNCs...

TOP RESEARCH Can Performance Indicators Make Hospitals Safer?
Strategy

Can Performance Indicators Make Hospitals Safer?

by Adrián Zicari

A comparison between French and Canadian institutions.

Why French people don’t trust free markets?
Economy & Finance

Why French people don’t trust free markets?

by Marc Guyot

Among the developed Western Economies, the French are among the most critical of capitalism.

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