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©PrettyVectors Georg Wernicke HEC Paris Professor

In giving large compensation to CEOs, some companies receive criticism in the media, while others escape attention. Recent research shows that the companies under the most scrutiny are often those who engage in activities that media and other stakeholders perceive as contradictory, such as CEO overcompensation and corporate philanthropy. 

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Human beings are notoriously bad at making rational decisions. Even theoretical models designed to (...)

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Business Strategy28 June 2018

Decision making that reflects your strategy

Business decisions are not always in line with company strategy. Researchers Olivier Sibony et al. (...)

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Business Strategy27 June 2018

How to choose the right growth strategy?

Larger firms often outperform their smaller competitors. But as companies scale up, how do (...)

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Railroads, responsible investment and solar panels would never have grown into full-blown (...)

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Transformation is a difficult challenge for companies. How can the art of storytelling guide (...)

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Business Strategy20 January 2018

Does environmental proactivity pay?

For a firm to be profitable, does it need to listen to all its stakeholders? And what happens if a (...)

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NGOs and commercial firms often form partnerships. What is it that drives these alliances and who (...)

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