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Strategy and Environment

Road Warriors
1 year ago

Road Warriors

By  •  Emerging Markets

In Emerging Markets, Are Locals With Experiences Abroad Better For Business?

  • People from developing countries who study and work …
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Say It Loud
1 year ago

Say It Loud

By  •  Presentations

Presentation tips: Make your presentation shine by knowing your objectives and weaving a story, designing visually powerful slides and tailoring your presentation for its listeners.

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You’re Not The Boss Of Me
1 year ago

You’re Not The Boss Of Me

By  •  Bank Regulations

External corporate governance can have a surprising psychological effect on businesses. When top level managers find governance mechanisms too coercive, they’re more likely to commit fraud.

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Welcome To The Party
2 years ago

Welcome To The Party

By  •  Elections

The public tends to think elected politicians don’t represent the best and brightest of all possible candidates. However, political parties often select mediocre candidates because of dueling forces known as the discouragement and competition effects. Majoritarian electoral systems may encourage parties to nominate more competent candidates.

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Sore Losers
2 years ago

Sore Losers

By  •  Acquisitions

Mergers: CEOs pursue acquisitions more aggressively after a close competitor wins a major award – often to the detriment of shareholders.

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Great Expectations
2 years ago

Great Expectations

By  •  Reputation Management

Loyalty in regards to donor giving is influenced by reputation of school and donor identification in regards to the school.

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Love At First Sight Isn’t Enough
2 years ago

Love At First Sight Isn’t Enough

By  •  Business Partnerships

Successful partnerships with other companies, requires being nice, open and getting acquainted. The best modern business alliances, in other words, share traits with aristocratic marriages. Social bonds may not be the first priority for the union, but in the end they can transcend economic interests, and ultimately make the business more powerful.

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Sea Change
2 years ago

Sea Change

By  •  Leadership Succession

Hiring a female boss still breaks with tradition. By hiring from within and deploying women in top echelons, companies can hire new CEOs on the merits rather than fear of disruption.

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