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Bitcoin price drops 29%

News Analysis: November 2017
  • Finance
  • Strategy
Analysis from: Warwick University Business School

The large drop in Bitcoin prices is probably due to the competition of Bitcoin Cash, which in fact increased its market capitalisation quickly and has now surpassed Ripple and Litecoin, and is approaching Ethereum, according to data...

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The Gender Pay Gap

News Analysis: January 2018
  • Leadership & Change
  • CSR & Governance
  • Boards Roles Responsibilities
Analysis from: Warwick University Business School

In the light of this weekend's resignation by BBC China editor Carrie Gracie the gender pay gap is once more in the spotlight.

The issue of the gender pay gap...

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Cognitive Similarity - for Friendship

News Analysis: January 2018
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership & Change
Analysis from: Tuck School of Business

Cognitive diversity is good for innovation says Celia de Anca in her video in Spotted By 004, but the other side of the coin highlighted...

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Celia de Anca on Cognitive Diversity

News Analysis: January 2018
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • CSR & Governance
  • Leadership & Change
Analysis from: IE Business School

Research that Celia de Anca and colleagues have recently conducted over 200 companies show that there is a clear link between cognitive diversity - the range and variation of cultural thinking and mindsets in an organization, and how...

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Cultural Contagion: How Game of Thrones is Marketing Gold

News Analysis: January 2018
  • Marketing
  • Leadership & Change
Analysis from: University of Michigan Ross School of Business
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When Founders Go Too Far

News Analysis: November 2017
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership & Change
  • Strategy
Analysis from: Stanford Graduate School of Business

The November issue of Harvard Business Review carries an article by Steve Blank that explores how start-ups can go off the rails if their founders are not reined-in. Typically founders are good at driving businesses forward, taking...

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Global Family Business Index: 2017

News Analysis: April 2017
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The annual ranking of family businesses from the Family Business Centre at St Gallen University in Switzerland. The ranking lists the top 500 largest businesses in the world that...

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World Economic Forum: How life expectancy has changed over 200 years

News Analysis: November 2017
  • Strategy
  • CSR & Governance

An interactive chart of different countries life expectancy over the last 200 years - showing that health and wealth have a close correlation....

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Fragile States Index: 2017

News Analysis: July 2017
  • CSR & Governance
  • Operations
  • Strategy

The Fragile States Index is compiled annually by the Fund for Peace. It ranks 178 countries on the stability of their government and society. The ranking is calculated across 12 sub-categories that make upo four core indicator groupings...

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The Missing Technology Productivity Bonus

News Analysis: February 2018
  • Finance
  • CSR & Governance
  • Leadership & Change

ChicagoBooth professor of economics, Chad Syverson, in a recent a online article in ChicagoBooth Review, examines why productivity growth is so low despite the massive investment in and growth of the technology sector, that is supposed...

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Faster Growth from Firms with Employee Share-Ownership

News Analysis: September 2018
  • Strategy
  • Finance
  • Operations

The UK Labour Party's Shadow Chancellor (spokesman on finance and treasury matters) has announced that the party, were it to be elected to government would force large companies to give their workers shares in the company. The UK...

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ASDA-Sainsbury's Merger - Good for Consumers?

News Analysis: September 2018
  • Strategy
  • Operations

The number 2 UK supermarket in terms of share of market, Sainsbury's, is trying to merge with the number 3(the Walmart owned, ASDA) partly to further challenge the number 1, Tesco, but more importantly to defend themselves from the...

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Brain Gain - Fall 2018: Trump - Two Years On

News Analysis: October 2018
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Leadership & Change

At the end of February 2016, before Super Tuesday in the American Presidential election and when there were still seventeen Republican candidates in the field, Brain Gain predicted that Trump D. would not only win the nomination but...

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Brain Gain - Summer 2018 - What IS Central to the Organization?

News Analysis: August 2018
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Leadership & Change

Here’s an MBA project.  It says:  Define in one word what is central to the organization.  Justify your choice.

Money? People? Product?  Sales? Customers? Cash? Silly question?  The demand for such a small answer might require a...

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Too Smart to Lead?

News Analysis: January 2018
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

Research we will be featuring shortly (see Idea #696) by John Antonakis of HEC Lausanne and Dean Simonton of UCal Davis, suggests that leaders...

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Sleep - An Amazing and Vital Journey

News Analysis: October 2018
  • sleep
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • performance
  • wellbeing

Failure to have enough sleep is the result of a cultural shift we experienced in the 20th century. Before electricity, when candles were expensive, most people lived and worked by the circadian cycle (sunrise to sunset). Today with...

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