Volume 59, Issue 3 (Spring 2017) The latest special issue of CMR features articles on Behavioral Strategy, which seeks to provide a framework for strategic management that relies on a realistic examination of human cognition, emotions, and social behavior.
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Decentralization and Localization of Production Additive manufacturing has been called "the third industrial revolution." The widespread adoption of 3D printing will dramatically change the business landscape over the coming decades by disrupting existing models of manufacturing and distribution that rely on economies of scale.
What Are Your Signature Stories? A signature story is an intriguing, authentic, involving narrative with a strategic message that enables a firm to grow by enhancing its brand, customer relationships, and business strategy.
LGBTQ Hiring: An Insight into the Workplace Though the LGBTQ community has achieved a series of legislative successes, discrimination still produces serious barriers to diversity in the workplace. Research has shown that there is implicit bias in hiring practices, contradicting other literature that promotes the variety of benefits businesses enjoy with increased diversity.(more)
Building Centers for Action Research Universities are already conducting great research, but many still struggle to convert their knowledge and insights into real-world impact. One solution is to encourage the formation of multidiciplinary collaborative teams. (more)
Incubating the Third Industrial Revolution 3D Printing has captivated the public over recent years, but the history of this technology is already decades old. This post describes the role of 3-D Systems and the UCLA Venture Development Project in the early-stage development of additive manufacturing. (more)
based on the article by Avner Ben-Ner and Enno Siemsen
Additive manufacturing has been called "the third industrial revolution." The widespread adoption of 3D printing will dramatically change the business landscape over the coming decades by disrupting existing models of manufacturing and distribution that rely on economies of scale. With 3D printed goods, decentralization and localization of production will simplify supply chains and lead to broad organizational and economic changes.