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When Foreign Firms Are No Longer Welcome

Daniel J. Blake & Caterina Moschieri

Foreign firms are more likely to divest from a country when they experience a dispute with a host government.

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Making the Most Out of Public Money

Ilze Kivleniece & Julien Jourdan

Examining the dual effects of public sponsorship on firm performance

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The Strategic Science of Delayed Compliance

No company is above the law, but some firms are allowed much more time in complying with it.

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Storytelling: More Than a Presentation Tool

How a story can make a strategy come to life.
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Converting Social Impact Into Competitive Advantage

Improve quality of life in an underserved region, and you create a blue ocean.

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Question the Consensus of Experts

If forecasters are too closely linked, less information can be gleaned from their opinions and decision-makers are more likely to make costly mistakes.

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A Framework for Driving Digital Transformation

David Dubois

Leading an organisation’s digital transformation requires simultaneously tackling three questions.

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The Harmful Effects of Workplace Incivility

Quy Huy

Low-level unpleasantness in the workplace can have disastrous results – but managers can do something about it.
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Fear Can Stifle Collaboration, or Jumpstart It

During organisational change, play the radicals against the moderates to foster collaboration.

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Three Steps to Creating a Diverse Organisation

The path to successful diversification requires belief, courage and consistency.
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How Products Can Climb the Social Ladder

In a few short years, one ambitious fashionista transported grappa from reviled to respectable.

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Leaders in Digital Merge the Physical and the Virtual

Organisations that treat “virtual” as real are moving ahead.
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Mobilising Online Communities to Your Cause

Vinika Rao & Parminder Singh

Social media can amplify a message or start a movement, but there are fundamental rules for success.
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When Strategy Becomes Fantasy

Ironically, when managers think they have all the answers, strategy can turn into fantasy.

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The Unrecognised Impact of Merit-Based Incentives

Olivier Chatain & Philipp Meyer-Doyle

Changing the way executives in professional service firms are compensated can help organisations address some tough organisational dilemmas.