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How Creativity Starts With Respectful Engagement

Idea posted: January 2016

Institutions: Tel Aviv University    University of Michigan Ross School of Business   

Intuitively, respectful relationships and creativity are assets of a successful company. Respectful relationships lead to more effective collaboration, while creativity leads to new, competitive ideas. Business leaders might not realize,…

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Six Disruptive Demographic Trends and What They Mean for the Workplace

Idea posted: October 2015

Institutions: University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School   

According to Jim Johnson of University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, the major demographic trends transforming America today are unprecedented — so unprecedented that he calls these trends “disruptive…

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Three Sets of Values that Can Inspire a Culture for Innovation

Idea posted: August 2015

Institutions: ESADE   

Innovation is central to a firm’s survival. In a world of demanding customers, myriad choices, and constant change, a company must build its competitive advantage on its ability to innovate.…

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Better Error Management Can Foster Innovation and Learning

Idea posted: August 2015

Institutions: NUS Business School    Technische Universität Darmstadt   

Learning from errors is central to human development. Learning in a business context occurs best when there is a mind-set of acceptance of human error, and furthermore the experimental trials…

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How Political Correctness Increases Creativity in Mixed-Sex Teams

Idea posted: April 2015

Institutions: Cornell University    University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business    Washington University Olin Business School    Vanderbilt University   

Conventional wisdom has it that diversity helps creativity, in that people in homogenous groups are similar to one another with similar ideas and therefore less divergent thinking occurs. Also most…

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How a Numbers-Crunching Culture Can Increase Unethical Behaviour

Idea posted: April 2015

Institutions: City University of Hong Kong    University of Toronto Rotman School of Management    Kellogg School of Management   

An investigation into the problems of the 1973 Ford Pinto, a car susceptible to catastrophic explosions when rear-ended, revealed that Ford’s engineers had calculated that the company could save $11…

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The Language Challenge for Social Media in Multinationals

Idea posted: March 2015

Institutions: Boston College Carroll School of Management    EDHEC Business School    ESDES School of Business and Management   

There is no doubt that social media has improved both internal and external corporate communication, especially for multinational companies. Social media has, for example, enabled corporations to increase opportunities for…

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Public Sector Leadership: Managing ‘Multirational’ Organizations

Idea posted: March 2015

Institutions: University of St. Gallen   

Public sector organizations are multirational organizations. They do not fall under a single rationality archetype — for example, they are not uniquely political organizations or economic organizations or legal organizations,…

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Firms Are Not Adapting to the Millennial Workforce

Idea posted: February 2015

Institutions: Duke University Fuqua School of Business   

In addition to economic and diversity issues, the Duke University/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook Survey for the fourth quarter of 2014 focused on the issue of millennials in the workplace.…

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