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Big Food Is Ripe for a Revolution

Kevin Parker & Boris Liedtke

The wine industry shows how eco-friendly production can benefit both companies and consumers.

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Developing a Toolkit for Strategic Foresight

D Midgley, T Coltman, T Simnadis

Why some companies see disruption coming from a mile away, and respond accordingly.
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Super Apps: How to Create a Mass Market of One

Guoli Chen & Miriam Trocha

By targeting each customer as a single market, super apps build a business model that is transforming lives in emerging markets.

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Why Foreign Firms Struggle to Break Into China

J. S. Black, A. J. Morrison

Trade wars are not even the biggest problem.
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Boards Under the Influence

H. Greve, A. Shipilov, T. Rowley

Directors need to carefully manage their reactions to what they read in the business press.

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How Silence Can Help Win-Win Negotiators

While silence can be uncomfortable, its benefits are too numerous to ignore.
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Making the Online World Less Addictive – and More Popular

Paulo Albuquerque & Yulia Nevskaya

How companies can use five levers to regulate online user engagement over time.

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The Best CEO-CFO Team for M&As

G. Chen, W. Shi

Buyouts engineered by optimistic CEOs and pessimistic CFOs have the best odds of success.
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Why Negotiators Should Be on Social Networks

Horacio Falcão & Alena Komaromi

The mere presence of a Facebook connection increases trust and forgiveness in negotiations.
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Can Emotion Be Automated?

Chengyi Lin

The emotional literacy gap between bots and humans is expected to narrow, thanks to a series of technological advances.
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Responding to the New Cold War

Michael A. Witt

Multinationals have two options for dealing with rapidly rising tensions between China and the United States.
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Define, Broadcast, Attract and Select: A Framework for Crowdsourcing

H. Piezunka, L. Dahlander & L.B. Jeppesen

Crowds are not inherently wise. They become so under the right set of conditions.
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Automakers, Don’t Listen to Henry Ford

Car manufacturers would be wise to invest in multiple alternatives to the conventional car in order to succeed in diverse markets.

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Blockchain Is a Technology for Collaboration

The unique strength of blockchain is authenticating “stuff” to enable trust between partners.
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Digital Business: Three Core Concepts Exploded

The digital world has pushed old curves off the whiteboard as new trajectories arise.
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