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Controlling the value chain – Arla foods

Controlling the value chain – Arla foods

Peder Tuborgh, CEO of Arla foods provides proof that the co-operative model is alive and going global.

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Hard data

The reality for careers

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Should we care about rankings?

Rankings are everywhere. But what does it all mean? According to Niro Sivanathan and his co-authors, it matters a lot. And not in the obvious way you might think.

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Employee-led innovation

How can employees take the lead in innovation? Julian Birkinshaw and Lisa Duke went in search of employee-led innovation and found some inspiring examples.

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Are you calling me a cheat?

The latest research from Gabrielle Adams asks: Is there a difference between cheating and being a cheater? Can cheating ever be rationalised as ethical behaviour?

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What's love got to do with leadership?

Growing businesses often get to a point where their founders passion is seen as a hindrance rather than a help. Sahar Hashemi, co-founder of Coffee Republic, believes the opposite to be true.

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Know the game, change the game.

Nigel Nicholson argues that the corporate world is dominated by a false theory of meritocracy. The only way is up.

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The five unanswered questions on gender

What does it take to promote gender equality and diversity within organisations? Lynda Gratton has found that five questions in particular deserved further research.

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Business ethics: Black, white, or grey?

David De Cremer and Henri-Claude de Bettignies argue that the black and white terrain of business ethics is often, in fact, grey. But what are the implications of this?

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Emerging brands go global

Brand Breakout - Nirmalya Kumar charts the rise of brands from emerging markets as they make the leap from local to global.

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The three paradoxes of Generation Y

Over the last few weeks, I’ve noticed a considerable amount of attention focused on Generation Y from both the media and business world. The May 20 issue of Time Magazine led with a cover story labelling them the ‘Me, Me, Me’ generation: narcissistic, fame-obsessed, and self interested.

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