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Holacracy and Its Discontents

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 22 2016

Developments in technology have always led to changes in management practices. Papyrus and writing made the first empires possible, and.

Countering Supplier Power: Can an Employee be Too Good?

by Brian Viard | Mar. 9 2016

Managers instinctively think about the threat of competitors because they can push down prices and lower profits. But there are.

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Chasing its China dream: Burger King’s dilemma

Burger King's ambitious plan to roll out 1,000 new restaurants in China is out of sync with reality.

by Bing Jing | Aug. 10 2012

Beyond Profits: China’s Social Entrepreneurs

A new breed of entrepreneurs takes on China's most vexing problems.

by Kay Park | Jul. 3 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Protected in China?

What is behind the Chinese government's move to enforce stricter intellectual property regulation.

by Brian Viard | Jun. 21 2012

Searching for an edge

Most people agree that China is losing its labor cost edge. So what will be the country’s next.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

The Future of Work: Hello robot, goodbye worker

How will the progress of IT and automation change the future of work? In 1988, Harvard Business School Professor Shoshana.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Pork Barrel Politics

Why would a steel company get into a wildly-unrelated area such as pig breeding.

by Brian Viard | May. 22 2012

Getting ahead of the curve

In the world of online retailers, Liu Qiangdong’s Jingdong Mall is a rare success story–a brick.

by Teng Bingsheng | May. 16 2012

Liao Jianwen on Social Innovation

In recent years, a handful of Chinese entrepreneurs have set up companies that use legitimate business models to tackle some.

by Michele Scrimenti | May. 11 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Beijing taxis

GETTING BEIJING’S TAXIS TO MOVE, NOT SIT Starting this week, Brian Viard, Associate Professor of Strategy and Economics.

by Brian Viard | May. 9 2012

Getting real about private equity in China

Capital raising for China-focused private equity funds is booming. In China, however, merely writing a check might not be.

by John Kuo | Apr. 18 2012

Game theory: How companies adapt for the game industry in China

China is a daunting place to bring intellectual property. It’s especially tough for businesses that produce content, like.

by David Cohen | Apr. 17 2012

Microsteps

Wang Keqin’s office is not the polished workplace you might expect from a major Chinese charity. The space.

by Tom Hancock | Apr. 16 2012

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