The reality for careers
BSR spotlights leadership
Adam Kingl explores the the fundamental shift in the employer proposition.
The wisdom of crowds doesn’t always apply, suggests new research from Kevin Boudreau and Lars Bo Jeppesen.
Research by Ahmed Tahoun, Assistant Professor of Accounting at London Business School, investigates the reality of political donations.
Gary Dushnitsky explores the realities of crowdfunding – from its four common forms to the continuing importance of friends, family and followers – with Dan Marom, co-author of The Crowdfunding Revolution
Economically and environmentally, energy-saving projects have huge potential. Decarbon Capital has come up with a business model to help meet the emerging need. Its Managing Director Daniel Saunders explains how it works.
New research by Gang Zhang, a London Business School doctoral candidate, reveals that a manager’s misfiring merriment is not only wearing for his or her employees, but bad for the company’s bottom line.
Head of European financial services research at investment bank Morgan Stanley, van Steenis won plaudits for his forecasting as the global financial crisis unfolded. He explains his worldview to Stuart Crainer.
Brandon Lee talks to BSR on his current research on the development of the organic food industry.
Peder Tuborgh, CEO of Arla foods provides proof that the co-operative model is alive and going global.
With increased complexity and ambiguity, employees and customers alike are demanding engagement, transparency and responsibility. It’s time to rethink management, argues Therese Kinal.
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