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Knowledge Sharing Networks Between Developing and Developed Countries

Idea posted: January 2014
  • Strategy
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Marketing
  • Operations

Managers in emerging markets can benefit from interpersonal ties to more developed countries. Personal contacts abroad can provide useful ‘inside information’ and transfer critical knowledge — for free. They should not, however, be pursued exclusively. The best personal networks include contacts at home as well as overseas. Recent research points to the relative merits and usefulness of local and distant knowledge.

Idea #292
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Phil Silvers (Sgt. Bilko) and Maurice Gosfield (Pvt. Doberman), 1956. Photo from Camel advert in Life magazine (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Status in the Team: Extraverts Vs Neurotics

Idea posted: May 2013
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

How can personality affect your status within a team? Previously, it has often been thought that extraverts are at an advantage through their confident mannerisms, giving the impression that they can get a lot done. But this Idea finds that over time, extraverts tend to disappoint and their more neurotic counterparts end up surpassing expectations and, ultimately, raising their status.

Idea #149
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Women jumping in the water

Business Relationships: Test the Water or Take a Leap of Faith?

Idea posted: March 2013
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour
  • Marketing

Professional relationships built slowly and consistently over time are more likely, in the long run, to be more stable, robust and cohesive. When embarking on a new relationship with a client, co-worker, or employee - we can fast-track that solidarity with early, frequent and consistent interactions to create a sense of momentum.

Idea #002
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