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  Business model innovation: how founders instill it

Snihur, Yuliya; Zott, Christoph Attention founders: you have a window of opportunity in which to create an innovative approach to business models that will define your firm going forward. Read article

  Creative frontiers: How categories and structures impact businesses based on creativity

Maoret, Massimo; Jones, Candace Massimo Maoret and Candace Jones have co-edited an academic volume exploring the impact of social structures and categories on creative industries -- including the businesses of advertising, art, architecture, music, fashion and wine. Read article

  How to be a global city that's not a victim of its own success

Berrone, Pascual; Ricart, Joan Enric; Duch T-Figueras, Ana Isabel No one wants to become the next Venice, where residents feel trampled by overtourism. The key for any global city is to prevent its international outreach from destroying the local quality of life. Read article

  How to make wonderful decisions

García-Castro, Roberto; Ariño, Miguel Angel To make wonderful decisions, companies need to strike the right balance between effectiveness, attractiveness and unity, and then hone their strategic, executive and leadership abilities. These diagnostic tools may help. Read article

  In a world of artificial intelligence, management is more important than ever

Canals, Jordi; Heukamp, Franz AI is the new IT. A book featuring experts from around the world, edited by Jordi Canals and Franz Heukamp, looks at what the AI revolution means to the future of management -- and leadership -- as strategy, organizational design, HR and marketing are redefined. Read article

  Gaby-Luise Wüst: "It's important to have a purpose that you're able to communicate clearly"

Sachon, Marc The President of Audi China discusses the evolution of the auto market in Asia, and why she believes it is an exciting time for the industry. In this interview with IESE's Marc Sachon, Wüst reveals the four pillars of her management philosophy. Read article

  How to forge alliances in the social economy

IESE Insight What are some of the main stumbling blocks when it comes to teaming up with the social enterprises that make up the social economy? Leaders share their alliance experiences and lessons learned, with a focus on the people involved. Read article

  Goals made EASIER: a diagnostic tool for sustainable development

Berrone, Pascual; Ricart, Joan Enric; Duch T-Figueras, Ana Isabel; Bernardo, Valeria; Salvador, Jordi; Piedra Peña, Juan; Rodríguez Planas, Miquel Collaborations between the public and private sectors can help turn the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals into achievements. IESE professors present a model called EASIER to assess projects in terms of their contributions to these goals. Read article

  Job stickiness? The unexpected benefit of patents

Melero, Eduardo; Palomeras, Neus; Wehrheim, David A surprising finding about patented innovations has implications for managing patent-heavy firms. Research by IESE's David Wehrheim and co-authors may lead the way for larger investments in inventors' learning and development for the long term. Read article

  Singapore overtakes the U.S. to top competitiveness ranking

Schwab, Klaus; World Economic Forum The WEF's annual ranking of global competitiveness has a new No. 1 economy: Singapore shines in the 2019 results. Read article
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