The key factors for effective, enlightened leadership and how to put them into practice
It’s time to invest in responsible purchasing and maximize impact. Farid Baddache, CEO of Ksapa, outlines 3 successful solutions to match practices with the demands of the real economy we’re sharing with Chief Procurement Officers.
Should Managers Treat their Team Members Equally or Equitably? Actionable research from Prof. Na Fu, Trinity Business School.
CoBS Research Pods: The Japanese concept of Yoi-Shigoto that encourages employee engagement in CSR.
The 9th EcoAct benchmark assessing de-carbonization of FTSE 100 companies is scathing: 85% of these large companies do not have a strategy to meet their climate challenges. Farid Baddache, CEO of the […]
Studies show that up to 70% of startups close shop after three years. So what factors lead to startup survival? Research from Prof. and Deputy Dean Tales Andreassi of FGV-EAESP opens up the insides of incubators to reveal several key factors that determine whether a startup succeeds or fails.
What can Confucius & Sun Tzu (The Art of War) bring in shaping ethical leadership in China & beyond? For managers, entrepreneurs, leaders, instructors and those with an interest in research with an impact. Ramp up your knowledge, improve your teams, gain in leadership, reshape your business or give your teaching, training or coaching a new dynamic.
What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements.
Base-of-the-Pyramid DNA takes a look at how large companies can create purposeful win-wins with local stakeholders and tough environments.
Skills, KPIs and incentive are macro factors for project team success – so why do projects still fail? Research into Team Excellence via Task Bubbles focuses on the micro factors that may well make the difference.