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How to enhance the deployment of innovation in a multinational corporation by Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini

When developing innovations, multinational corporations (MNCs) are faced with two risks: create global offerings that cannot meet all of the different local needs or create very specific offerings that meet the variety of needs but lead to increased costs. According to Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini and Florence Charue-Duboc (CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique), however, a third path exists. They identify key (...)

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Human Resources Management11 December 2014

New Perspectives on Staff Turnover in the IT Field

An average staff turnover rate of 20%  combined with fewer people training for the field and (...)

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Leadership & Management12 November 2014

How leaders emerge in online communities

Without a formal hierarchy or assigned tasks, how do members of online communities collaborate to (...)

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Uncertainty accompanies most individual and collective decisions. Given the unknown probabilities (...)

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Habit, genetic factors, socieconomic background, wealth, standards of living, family size, (...)

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Human Resources Management14 September 2014

Do optimistic executives get paid less?

The pay of senior executives has long been a hot-button issue in management. But, for the first (...)

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Hervé Stolowy and his co-authors look at the impact for companies based in non-English speaking (...)

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Creative professionals such as chefs, fashion designers, or even computer programmers do not (...)

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