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An Indian Maharaja in a religious procession, about 1825-1830, (Courtesy: V&A Museum, London)

How Corporate Governance Impacts Human Resources

Idea posted: April 2016
  • CSR & Governance

Through the use of four archetypes, a team of researchers describes the impact of different corporate governance systems on company decisions involving human resources. The team also argues that a corporate sustainability mental frame can overcome the inherent contradictions and challenges in each archetype.

Idea #595
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 View of the MS Costa Concordia shipwreck, 2012 (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Bad Luck Doesn’t Just Happen: The Case of the Costa Concordia

Idea posted: March 2016
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Operations

Using the case of the Costa Concordia cruise ship sinking, researchers demonstrate the threat posed by ‘zemblanity.’ While serendipity occurs when a company is prepared to take advantage of good fortune, zemblanity is the polar opposite, occuring when a company creates its own bad luck.

Idea #592
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Organizational Resilience Is Reinforced by These Two Variables

Idea posted: January 2016
  • Strategy
  • CSR & Governance

Demonstrating the role of governance in resilience, a new study shows that employee-owned businesses (EOBs) are more likely to resist the damage from an economic downturn than non-EOBs — however, only if ownership is accompanied by a strong employee voice in company decisions at all levels. 

Idea #577
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