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Changing Tides: The Chinese Management Style Adapts to Modern Times

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Sep. 26 2019

The Chinese management style is adapting as China shifts to a knowledge-based economy.

Go Team! Understanding and Correcting Team Dysfunction

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 27 2019

Outsized egos and mis-sized groups are frequently cited causes of team dysfunction, but they aren’t the only problem.

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Design and Business: The Substance of Style

Once upon a time, design was a coat of paint on the locomotive of the real economy. Today, value depends.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 3 2016

Sydney Finkelstein And The Superboss Playbook

Throughout our careers, we encounter a range of management styles, with mixed results. But what is it that distinguishes a.

by Chris Russell | Apr. 20 2016

Holacracy and Its Discontents

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

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 22 2016

Countering Supplier Power: Can an Employee be Too Good?

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

by Brian Viard | Mar. 9 2016

Banking’s Uber Moment: Enter the Blockchain Gang

Ten years from now, business historians will offer a number of reasons financial services had changed so radically since 2016.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 1 2016

The Banking Industry’s Uber Moment: Reinventing Retail Banking

For consumers in mature markets, the financial technology boom doesn’t seem very exciting. What they’ve seen so far.

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 16 2016

The Banking Industry’s Uber Moment: A More Efficient Oligopoly?

From the crash of 1929 to around 1981, banking was generally considered a fairly dreary business. And between now and.

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 15 2016

Adidas in China: Chasing First

When you think of sports brands, there’s pretty much a 50% chance that it’s Adidas that comes to.

by Chris Russell | Feb. 9 2016

Rachel Botsman on the Collaborative Economy

The sharing economy has gone from being a niche idea most familiar to Silicon Valley insiders to one that has.

by Chris Russell | Feb. 2 2016

Holacracy, Managerless Offices and The Future of Work

About 15 years ago, Brian Robertson was feeling frustrated with the management hierarchy traditionally used by companies. He felt it.

by Chris Russell | Feb. 1 2016

Alibaba’s Massive IP Protection Challenge

Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce firm, recently smashed global records for its ‘Single’s Day’ promotion on 11th November.

by David Friesen | Jan. 27 2016

Is Time Running Out For Luxury in China?

Luxury brands have never had it this bad in China. For most of them, China is no longer the cash.

by Deng Yuanyuan and Li Hui | Jan. 25 2016

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