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Female-led start-ups backed only by female VCs have a harder time raising follow-on capital.

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The lowdown on how ByteDance, Shein and Xiaomi succeeded outside of China while WeChat failed.

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Groups can stay creative and successful over time – if they don’t chase further acclaim.

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ChatGPT and the Future of Business Education

P. Puranam, P. Dutt, P. Wibbens, A. Ovchinnikov, V. Sevcenko, T. Evgeniou, P. Parker

How ChatGPT can help – and hinder – research and learning at business schools.

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Purposeful storytelling isn’t show business, it’s good business.

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Career

Making the Leap to Entrepreneurship

Antoine Tirard & Claire Harbour-Lyell

Three former corporate executives who migrated to the start-up world share their stories and tips.
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Strategy

Three Principles for Targeted Innovation

Marcel Corstjens & Gregory Carpenter

Leading consumer goods companies can revive their flagging innovation capacities by investing differently.
1 comment

Leadership & Organisations

The Countries Getting the Highest Return on Education

The key to fostering a more educated populace is not financial – it’s cultural.
8 comments

Leadership & Organisations

Our Best of 2018: New Approaches to Diversity

Our top content from the past year illustrates how global uncertainty is affecting business.

Operations

R&D Spending: Steady Wins the Race

To maximise R&D output, firms should evenly spread their R&D spending over time.

Economics & Finance

The Growing Danger of EU Disintegration

A stabilising hegemonic power or coalition is vital for the EU to survive future crises and the rise of populism.

Entrepreneurship

In Crowdsourcing, You Have to Know How to Say “No Thanks”

Henning Piezunka & Linus Dahlander

Rejection can actually strengthen relationships between companies and the crowd.
1 comment

Leadership & Organisations

Algorithms to Decode an Organisation’s Culture (At Last)

Benjamin Kessler

Text analysis based on machine learning is beginning to reveal previously inaccessible truths about organisational culture.
2 comments

Leadership & Organisations

Trust: The Corporate Wellness Initiative of the Future

Manfred Kets de Vries & Katharina Balazs

What if wellness was built directly into corporate DNA instead of being sold to us?
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Marketing

Turn Free Services into Paid Opportunities to Grow Your Business

Wolfgang Ulaga & Stefan Michel

Instead of blindly giving away complementary services, B2B companies should make a strategic decision on whether to kill it, bill it or keep it free.
2 comments

Strategy

How to Prolong Competitive Advantage

The resources that take a company further.
1 comment

Strategy

Don’t Let Time Pressure Dictate Your Options

Horacio Falcão & Alena Komaromi

Proactive negotiators are less likely to be tempted by inferior deals.
1 comment

Career

Making the Leap to Entrepreneurship

Antoine Tirard & Claire Harbour-Lyell

Three former corporate executives who migrated to the start-up world share their stories and tips.
1 comment

Strategy

Three Principles for Targeted Innovation

Marcel Corstjens & Gregory Carpenter

Leading consumer goods companies can revive their flagging innovation capacities by investing differently.
1 comment

Leadership & Organisations

The Countries Getting the Highest Return on Education

The key to fostering a more educated populace is not financial – it’s cultural.
8 comments

Leadership & Organisations

Our Best of 2018: New Approaches to Diversity

Our top content from the past year illustrates how global uncertainty is affecting business.

Operations

R&D Spending: Steady Wins the Race

To maximise R&D output, firms should evenly spread their R&D spending over time.

Economics & Finance

The Growing Danger of EU Disintegration

A stabilising hegemonic power or coalition is vital for the EU to survive future crises and the rise of populism.

Entrepreneurship

In Crowdsourcing, You Have to Know How to Say “No Thanks”

Henning Piezunka & Linus Dahlander

Rejection can actually strengthen relationships between companies and the crowd.
1 comment

Leadership & Organisations

Algorithms to Decode an Organisation’s Culture (At Last)

Benjamin Kessler

Text analysis based on machine learning is beginning to reveal previously inaccessible truths about organisational culture.
2 comments

Leadership & Organisations

Trust: The Corporate Wellness Initiative of the Future

Manfred Kets de Vries & Katharina Balazs

What if wellness was built directly into corporate DNA instead of being sold to us?
1 comment

Marketing

Turn Free Services into Paid Opportunities to Grow Your Business

Wolfgang Ulaga & Stefan Michel

Instead of blindly giving away complementary services, B2B companies should make a strategic decision on whether to kill it, bill it or keep it free.
2 comments

Strategy

How to Prolong Competitive Advantage

The resources that take a company further.
1 comment

Strategy

Don’t Let Time Pressure Dictate Your Options

Horacio Falcão & Alena Komaromi

Proactive negotiators are less likely to be tempted by inferior deals.
1 comment