What happens when practices once taken for granted – like smoking in the workplace – start to become less acceptable?
Publications: Research Insights
Researchers have uncovered an exciting path forward for many organizations – one that upends common assumptions about organizational change.
Globalization is under fire. Researcher Leanne Cutcher unpacks the appeal and power of “local” — and why we can’t truly break away from global dynamics.
If your sustainability strategy is weak, don’t be surprised if your firm has to jump through hoops to secure funds. A strong strategy breaks down barriers.
Successful social entrepreneurs know it’s not an “either/or” question – it’s “both/and” leadership.
Poverty alleviation is increasingly about investing “patient” capital in promising individuals with powerful ideas. And, it’s tied to economic growth.
New research places business leaders at the centre of management innovation, providing inspiration for researchers and leadership for fellow practitioners.
Research suggests political correctness positively affects workplace creativity by sharpening an individual’s contribution to a group.
Socially responsible branding can humanize companies. It has a leg up on conventional positioning strategies. So where do green products fit in this?
Using the example of 3M and its implementation of Sigma Six policies, researchers investigate how corporate culture can ultimately be reshaped.