Vinod Venkatraman offers a nuanced and comprehensive approach to how human beings make decisions, not just the emotional versus the logical.
Instead of fulfilling its original promise to give women a seat at the table in athletics, the NCAA’s Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) designation might be stifling their careers.
Why do people resume using social networking sites after quitting them? Jason Thatcher shares the primary reasons for why those who swear off social media come back.
Firms today are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) more frequently because of AI’s improving data-driven capabilities. Two researchers share insights into how AI coaches affect human performance.
What’s the most effective time to send a reminder ads in order for retail companies to jog the customer’s memory and promote activities?
Employee voices can be critical to improving an organization. But underlying motivations of employees could render their contributions meaningless at best, or harmful at worst.
How can modern organizations that rent cloud computing services reduce operating costs while still meeting their offline needs?
Across the world, companies sometimes face unexpected political disturbances such as political coups, military rebellions and anti-government protests. How can multinational enterprises (MNEs) insulate themselves from such profound shocks?
Foreign companies’ research and development (R&D) disclosures require U.S. industry peers to take harder looks at their R&D strategies.
As the world becomes more global, Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) often disregard local relationships due to the international connections for their business – and face backlash.