Companies should leverage new cost savings, optimize critical assets, and be purposeful with building or sustaining their company culture in a digitally distributed environment, while taking into consideration the human factor more than ever before.
A look at how a large company strategically handles competitive rivalry in order to provide practitioners with important lessons of how to strategically thrive in a competitive environment.
The Digital Age has the potential to be as disruptive and transformative for us as the Industrial Revolution was for our ancestors; that disruption could threaten our capitalist system and our democracy.
To support startups and new ventures in the digital space, ICOs and STOs have the potential to streamline, decentralize, and disintermediate the capital raising process, creating advantages for both entrepreneurs and investors.
As the role of the customer becomes more and more important to the sustainability of the firm, effective allocation of resources will provide a significant advantage to customer service organizations.
The potential for anti-competitive behavior and collusion not only exists within ecosystems, but also across ecosystems and Keystone leaders, and has the potential to not only negatively impact consumers, but also many other stakeholders of these organizations.
Living in a complex world and moving into the smart machine age, the need for good leadership is even greater; spiritual leadership provides a compass to navigate through difficult decisions.
Spiritual convictions may help business leaders to develop ecological consciousness required for achieving sustainability in business functioning.
A review of the interaction of finance and religion shows not only has there been a long historical relationship between them, but religion continues to influence financial decision-making.
Managing well matters in fighting against poverty; research finds the processes of everyday business has potential to improve the well-being of the global poor.
This gender gap matters because the pipeline to the top boardrooms, where women are under-represented, begins in business schools where men are over-represented.
Companies operating in managed exchange rate environments may be able to use a similar proxy to establish suitable prices and to profit from currency speculation.
Many working managers are interested in a flexible curriculum that focuses on results and are turning to web-based learning systems like knowledgesourcing.
Women make up half the workforce in nearly every country, still, labor shortages call for increased participation of women workers at all levels of the organization.