The result is “more-conventional, less-radical, less-novel innovation,” adding a new wrinkle to antitrust debates.
On this episode of The Insightful Leader’s “Ask Insight”: you asked and our faculty answered. We dig into a mailbox of listener questions on leadership and management.
“The pace at which the world is changing in terms of how people use space is extremely exciting.”
On this episode of The Insightful Leader: When Boston Public Schools looked to algorithms to solve equity issues and save money, it ran into a roadblock—the complicated lives of parents and students.
Researchers investigate whether the lack of a “family safety net” is responsible for China’s singularly high household savings rate.
A new study of the Kenyan flower industry can help buyers and suppliers prepare for uncertainty.
A study of a major fiscal change in Italy shows how much individual lives are affected when governments get more efficient.
Price-fixing by pharmaceutical cartels can cost billions, and the threat of lawsuits isn’t enough to deter it.
It hasn’t been clear if information from the ivory tower translates to the trading-room floor. A new study tackles the question by looking at research on earnings announcements.
“It helps you seem more trustworthy and enjoyable, like a friend who is going to give you advice on what to buy.”
We all have a preferred motivation style. When that aligns with how we’re approaching a specific goal, it can impact how ethical we are in sticky situations.
In a recent Q&A with Kellogg’s Jan Eberly, Summers is skeptical that the economy can achieve a “soft landing.”
On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we hear how leaders can help their teams—and themselves—turn ambitious goals into reality.