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Yuval Deutsch and Mike Valente
Does paying outside board members with equity grants lead to less socially responsible behavior?
Wei Pan et al.
A computer simulation of high-frequency trading behavior yields new insights into market volatility.
Bruce Posner and David Kiron
The gaming company uses a scorecard to guide managers in its sustainability efforts.
September 18, 2012 | Ian I. Mitroff, Can M. Alpaslan and Richard O. Mason
Author Mitroff opens his opinion piece with the question “Are you prepared to handle a mess?” In a period of rapid technological and business change, successful executives particularly need the ability to think critically–and to be aware that some of their most cherished assumptions may, at any point, be challenged or invalidated by changing events.
Mitroff particularly focuses in his opinion piece on how business schools excel at teaching young managers well-structured models, theories and frameworks but need to spend more time helping their students surface, debate and test the assumptions underlying each model, theory or framework they are learning about. In this way, by developing students’ critical thinking skills, universities would prepare young business leaders to succeed in a messy, uncertain world.
Changes to business models often yield big results, even when they don’t fully disrupt an industry. These articles present some of the best new thinking about business models.
Franklin Rios (Luminar Insights), Interviewed by Renee Boucher Ferguson
There are 52 million Latinos in the United States, with $1.5 trillion of purchasing power.
Raphael Amit and Christoph Zott
Here are six questions for executives to consider when thinking about business model innovation.
Joseph V. Sinfield et al.
Another method to pursue growth: Use thought experiments to assess new business model possibilities.
Peter Weill et al.
Why have investors been so bullish on companies like Disney? It’s their business models.
Constantinos C. Markides and Daniel Oyon
Increasingly, established companies in industries as diverse as airlines, media
Clayton M. Christensen et al.
Many companies proudly think of themselves as innovative.