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A ‘Sigh of Relief’ at Davos: Confidence and Caution Shared Center Stage

By Michael Useem “Wharton management professor Michael Useem, returning from his 11th trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, reports that confidence in the...

Who Innovates Out of the Crisis?

By Daniele Archibugi, Andrea Filippetti and Marion Frenz The recent economic crisis has severely reduced the short-term willingness of firms to invest in innovation. But...

Board of Directors Oversight of Leadership Risk

By Patrick R. Dailey and Charles H. Bishop The practice of Enterprise Risk Management was born as a consequence of the Enron collapse in...

Going for Gold in the Productivity Olympics? Your Choices in Reward Administration are Business...

By James Markham In my previous article (ref: TEBR July/August 2012 edition), I argued that organisations are not paying enough attention to how the Reward...

Revenue Performance Management As A Business Growth Strategy

By Phil Fernandez For more than a decade, I have had a mantra that has guided my personal approach to leadership. It goes like this:...

Neuroeconomics. An Emerging Field of Theory and Practice

By James Giordano, Roland Benedikter and Nadia Flores This article gives a short, introductory overview of basic aspects of the emerging field of neuroeconomics, as...

When Spending Hurts

By Nailya Ordabayeva and Pierre Chandon Thorstein Veblen coined the term conspicuous consumption in 1899 to describe spending with the intention of gaining social status.1...

Getting More for Less: Revolutionising the Reward “Asset” Empowering Reward to Perform Better. Are...

By James Markham In a period of recession, most major companies look for new ways of selling or streamlining operations. Rarely, however do companies turn...

Sales Growth: Five Proven Strategies from the World’s Sales Leaders

By Thomas Baumgartner and Maria Valdivieso de Uster Achieving growth is enormously challenging in today’s complex and fast-changing business environment. But growth opportunities do exist...

The Employee Owned Business Model During Growth and Adversity: How Well Does it Hold...

By Joseph Lampel, Ajay Bhalla & Pushkar P. Jha Criticism of modern corporate capitalism in the wake of the current economic crisis is reawakening interest...

Bigger is no Longer Better: Complexity and the New Frontier

By Andrei Perumal, Kelly Jones & Ann Bryan The world has changed – and complexity has emerged as one of the defining issues of our...

The Future Quotient: Managing Seriously Long-Term Risks and Opportunities

By John Elkington To succeed in the new world order, leaders need to switch from thinking about incremental change to transformational, systemic change. An old order...

Binary Options: An Innovative and Intelligent Way of Trading

By Banc De Binary Founded in the wake of the 2008 decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to list binary options on the...

Does China Want to Buy Up Europe? Europe’s Crisis and China’s Reluctant Rise

By Roland Benedikter and Jae-Seung Lee In the occasion of Germany’s Angela Merkel’s visit to China on 3rd February 2012, Chinese premier Wen Jiabao stated...

Understanding Cloud Computing Competition, Environment and Finance

By Federico Etro Cloud computing allows firms to rent computing power and storage from cloud computing providers, and to pay on demand; this improves productivity...

Complexity Kills Profits – CEOs need to simplify their businesses

By Simon Collinson and Melvin Jay The competitive environment is becoming more complex and unpredictable, and senior managers have no control over the underlying trends,...

Don’t forget the “real” in Real Estate

By Stefan Wundrak, Director of Research, Property at Henderson Global Investors Are property investments like businesses? When thinking about commercial property strategy, you might take the...

Developing a Breakthrough Service Model for Profitable Growth

By Philip G. Moscosoand Alejandro Lago Stronger competition and more demanding customers require companies to deliver exceptional service and ultimately offer differentiated value propositions in...

Timberland Investments: A risk analysis

By Klaus Biskup Specialist knowledge is essential to maximizing timberland investment opportunities, and in particular, assessing the risks involved… Over recent years timberland investments have gained...

The Rise and Consequences of Corporate Sustainability Reporting

By Ioannis Ioannou and George Serafeim In the last two decades a growing number of companies across sectors and geographies are communicating to their stakeholders...

Credit Insurance – An inside story

By Neil Botting To help provide a more detailed insight into the broader function of credit insurance and the business benefits, the best way is...

Understanding the Cost of Cloud: Cost analysis of In-house vs. Cloud-based Hosting Options

By Byung Chul Tak, Bhuvan Urgaonkar, and Anand Sivasubramaniam Will cloud-based hosting be economically feasible for any given application if it migrated into the cloud?...

Why Value Value?

By Tim Koller, Richard Dobbs and Bill Huyett Most executives have figured out how to create value for shareholders through experience, observation, and intuition. They’ve...

Write Off or Right On?

By Andreas Tesch What businesses consider to be an uncollectable debt may not always be as clear cut as is the case when a customer...

Commercial Property: Spotting the Opportunity

By Michael Keogh Property markets globally have recovered from the valuation declines recorded at the height of the financial crisis, but in large part, this...

Prospects for the World Economy 2011

By David Bartlett, Economic Advisor, RSM International Solidation prevails in the United Kingdom and other member states. • The divergent growth paths of developed and emerging...

The Economic Aftermath of the Recent Earthquake in Sendai, Japan

By Ilan Noy Natural disasters potentially impact severely on economic dynamics — e.g. on production, prices, incomes, and employment — in the post-disaster period. Over the...

Integrated Nano-Science & Commodity Exchange (INSCX™)

What are We? Formally launched in Europe and the United States in October 2010, INSCX™ (the Integrated Nano-Science & Commodity Exchange) is a commodity exchange...

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