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Old School Marketing: Still Effective in the Social Media Age
Because of the focus on social media, it's easy to forget that conventional marketing channels like print and email are still highly effective - and in some cases, are becoming more effective. (more)

Avenues for Better Enlightened Corporate Leadership
James O'Toole found that, despite lofty claims, many corporate social responsibility efforts have proven difficult to sustain. How can companies make sure that CSR remains effective? (more)

Leaders can make better decisions by tapping into the collaborative intelligence of their organizations
The knowledge required to make good decisions is often stored in the minds of many employees spread throughout the organization. Collaborative intelligence can help by leveraging digital deliberations technology. (more)

Social Media Marketing: Essential, but with Pitfalls
Most businesses now rely on social media to connect with customers. But the migration online has been accompanied by many new social pitfalls. How should brands contend with fake news, political outrage, and distraction? (more)

Tales, Myths and Fairytales of Artificial Intelligence: Clarification and Decryption
Artificial intelligence has made a comeback, and has become an essential technology underlying many of today's businesses. But there are many misconceptions about AI that require clarification. (more)

Four Reasons Why Your Business Isn't Using AI
With all the hype around AI, one would think that just about every business would have adopted some form of it by now. The fact is that enterprise-scale AI is still largely out of reach for a majority of companies, especially small and medium-sized ones. (more)

Millennial CEOs are Changing How Business Runs
Far from the stereotypes of being coddled, lazy, and entitled, the oldest Millennials are now industry vets, aged 36-38, and are taking on high-level roles in many businesses. What can we expect from this generation's entrepreneurs and leaders? (more)

Sustainable Products: Not Just Necessary, But Profitable
It is impossible to deny the effects of the environmental crisis. But promising developments in food, energy, and other sectors have given hope to the idea that sustainable products can perform well in the market. (more)

Big Tech's Greatest Asset: Diversity
America's booming tech sector relies on skilled labor from overseas. The H1-B visa program has historically proven attractive to foreign workers. Will new immigration policies constrain growth? (more)

Tuning in to Generation Z
Some have been quick to dismiss Generation Z, but they’ve already outnumbered Gen X and will soon become a worthy part of any business—but only if managers change their approach. (more)

Can Physical Stores Compete With Amazon?
Two-day shipping with Amazon Prime used to be an unprecedented offer. But competitors like Walmart, Target, and large department stores are catching up. How should brick-and-mortar retailers follow suit? (more)

Amazon: Convenience at a Cost
Amazon is under renewed scrutiny for their prioritization of growth and expansion over human welfare. But even in light of poor corporate social responsibility, is it possible to break consumer habits? (more)

Will Gen Z & Gen Y Save the Economic Day?
A new generation of young people is entering the labor market with stronger footing that the Millennials. They will soon represent one of the largest economic groups worldwide. (more)

The Dark Side of Innovation: The Youthful Struggle to Maintain Mental Well-Being
Between 2005 and 2017, the rate of adolescents reporting symptoms consistent with major depression jumped 52 percent. What factors are to blame for this increase, and what can be done? (more)

Diamonds in the Rough: How do Deeply Corrupt Industries Become Sustainable?
Diamonds are supposed to be symbols of love and commitment, but the devastating consequences of diamond mining are well known. What can businesses learn from the diamond industry's shift toward synthetics? (more)

Can AI Help Us Manage Our Crippling Cost of Debt?
Staggering levels of debt prevent consumers across the country from building long-term security. Artificial intelligence solutions have the potential to guide consumers into better financial products and a lower overall cost of debt. (more)

Using AI to Give Customers What They Want
Companies like Amazon and Walmart use AI to solve marketing problems, but using AI effectively is not as simple as pushing a button. (more)

The Fall of Sears – Could They Restructure into E-Retailing?
Once a premier American brand, Sears has been struggling to stay afloat amid fierce competition from online retailers. New research indicates that omnichannel e-retailing could present a solution. (more)

Populist Online Marketing 101
To the dismay of many, political populism has returned. This is the era where the loudest, most irreverent characters get the most likes, shares, and attention online. (more)

AI is About to Help You Get Dressed
AI is transforming customer engagement — even to the point that it will soon help you find the perfect outfit. Is your company ready to curate endless options? (more)

Will AI Overturn the Thinking Economy?
If your job involves thinking for a living, what happens when machines are able to think for you? Whether or not you should worry depends on what we mean by the word “think.” (more)

Bigotry is Bad for the Economy
The effects of discrimination are felt by everyone. Race and gender biases hold hidden costs, not only for mental health, but also for economic productivity. (more)

Big Oil's Reluctance to Go Green
American oil companies have made public commitments to exploring renewable energy options. But to date, most have spent only spent 1 percent of their budget on renewable projects. (more)

Our Dwindling American Dreams
The Internet has ushered in a new economic era. Many new business models have emerged, but has recent growth come at the expense of workers and creatives? (more)

No, Digital Media is Not "Green"
Because we do most of our work and consume most of our media on digital devices, it is easy to assume that we are being more eco-friendly. But is digital media as green as many believe? (more)

How to Survive Artificial Intelligence
Economists expect that widespread automation driven by artificial intelligence will displace workers across many industries. Even if the effects of automation are exaggerated, it is clear that the labor market will need to adjust. Which professions are the safest? (more)

Online Reviews: Popular, But Useful?
Customer reviews have become ubiquitous in online retail. Much like consumers, companies rely on these reviews as a source of valuable information that can inform future product development. What happens when companies pay for fake reviews? (more)

Adaptation as the Key to Survival
Comparing thyssenkrupp’s recent innovation strategies to IBM’s past innovation strategies can help us learn how corporate adaptation plays out in the real world of cut-throat business competition. (more)

Do Tech Startups Give Bitcoin Power to Lift Up… or Destroy Lives?
Cryptocurrencies are particularly appealing to those who are interested in building a global financial infrastructure that can store and transfer value without the need for a banking system or other intermediaries. (more)

Sharing Economy Business Models: Focus on Ride-Sharing
The history of conventional taxi regulation could tell us about the future of ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft. How can companies work to provide fair opportunities that benefit everyone? (more)

Towards a More Enlightened Sharing Economy
One of the goals of the sharing economy model is to enable the more efficient use of existing resources. But regulators are clamping down on services like Uber and Airbnb. How can sharing economy companies balance profits with positive community impact? (more)

The Young Guru Academy: Responsible Leadership as the Key to Corporate Success
The Young Guru Academy (YGA) is a nonprofit organization that promotes corporate social responsibility by challenging young leaders to maximize the bottom line without losing sight of the greater good. (more)

To Pilot or Not to Pilot – That is the Question
New technology is often piloted by companies before it’s fully rolled out. Then again, some companies choose not to pilot, and are successful anyway. We review some pros and cons of piloting, and some key factors to examine before jumping in to a technology pilot.(more)

When corporations take credit for green deeds, their lobbying may tell another story
Today most large companies issue reports that describe their social and environmental efforts. But what seems like a positive step could actually be disguising political action behind the scenes. (more)

The Trump administration wants to end California's role as an environmental innovator
California has one of the most important car markets in the world. The state has long led the way in pushing for less-polluting vehicles, but that may soon change. (more)

Leadership Change at General Electric – Dynamic, Adaptive Leadership in Play
When former CEO Jeff Immelt left GE in 2017, the company faced the challenge of adjusting its focus to better compete in volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) conditions.(more)

Growth and Disruption: Big Pharma's Response to Medical Marijuana
The pharmaceutical industry faces disruption with the rise of medical marijuana. The way firms responded to a similar shift with the advent of biotechnology could indicate future trends for Big Pharma.(more)

So Obvious it's Disruption: How Will the Financial Industry Respond to Ellevest?
The American financial industry has been trenchantly male since its inauguration. How will the industry respond to newcomer Ellevest, which touts itself as an investment platform by and for women? (more)

ARCS Statement on Business Leadership & Climate Change
Corporations can lead the way in finding sustainable solutions to the climate crisis. But they must operate with awareness and urgency. The Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS) is a partnership among academic institutions created to facilitate research on corporate sustainability. (more)

United We Fall: An Analysis of ESOP Work Culture
A recent CMR article analyzes the synergy of logics in Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP) and benefit corporations. ESOPs have long been touted to increase a sense of ownership throughout an organization. So why did United Airlines venture into ESOPs fail? (more)

Beyond Environmentalism: Corporate Sustainability and Political Responsibility
Sustainable business models come from corporations embracing their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Political Responsibility (CPR) – both in letter and spirit. CSR reports from companies is becoming a standard; but are there vital political metrics companies omit in their transparency reports? (more)

More Than a Clean Cup: Can Starbucks Innovate from Within?
Following its recent implicit bias training, Starbucks has a unique opportunity to engage frontline employees by asking how they would reduce racial bias in their stores. The company could gain more engaged employees and reduce turnover by turning its employees into corporate social innovators. (more)

How to Start an AI Project in Your Business
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is alluring. But in its current incarnation, AI is nothing more than a tool. And like all business tools, they are only effective when the right processes are built around it. (more)

Ford: The Race to Innovate
In the Industrial Era, the Ford name was once synonymous with automotive innovation. In a time of driverless cars and electric hybrids, how can Ford integrate new technologies and visions of the future to become a leader of innovation once again? (more)

Trump's Ecologically Lawless USA: Companies Must Become Their Own Sheriff
Amidst a rapid dismantling of the America's environmental protections, the planet's ecological future is ever more fragile. In a VUCA world, what strategies can companies use to combat deregulation and protect the present and future of Mother Earth? (more)

The Fate of the Electric Guitar
Electric guitar manufacturers have been in a downward slide for nearly a decade, mirroring rock music's decline in popularity. What are some ways Gibson, Fender, and other players could adapt and innovate to keep up with the rapid changes of the notoriously mercurial music industry? (more)

Facebook, User Privacy, and Data Responsibility
With great power comes great responsibility. Despite public outrage and Congressional hearings over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook's profits and user numbers continue to soar. Can Facebook strike a balance between transparency and responsibility around personal data? (more)

Targeted Ads: The Good, the Bad, the Unavoidable
Targeted ads are meant to provide a better, more relevant experience for the user. Amidst a privacy scandal, Facebook is experiencing growing discontent from the public. How is our data used and is there a more balanced way to handle it? (more)

Jawbone: From Innovative to Insolvent
Conventional wisdom says a startup lives or dies by its access to funding. By taking a look at Jawbone--which raised nearly $1 billion in funding before shuttering in 2011--this post explores the idea that perhaps what is even more useful to a startup than capital is collaboration. (more)

A Tale of Two Cities: Ticket Pricing and Diversity at Burning Man
Despite lofty aims for inclusivity, Burning Man has done little to curb the steep rise in ticket prices, and critics view the annual event as a playground for California's affluent professional class. (more)

Healthcare at a Price: Brand Name vs. Generic Drugs
The United States spends more on healthcare than any other developed countries. One of the primary reasons is our costly system of brand name prescription drugs. Generic drugs could offer a solution.(more)

Collaborative R&D: The University-Industry Approach
Most companies recognize that external collaboration can be very beneficial to the research and development process. Companies should strongly consider a collaborative relationship with university research labs. (more)

Burning Man: Social Responsibility in a Changing World
In a climate where demand for Corporate Social Responsibility continues to grow, can Burning Man keep up with demand without losing sight of their core principles? (more)

Pandora's (self-made) Box: The Uncertain Future
of 3D Printing

Decentralization of manufacturing through 3D printing is often touted as a liberating force. But certain pitfalls exposed by "gig economy" disruptors like Uber and Airbnb could negatively affect this growing industry. (more)

What's the Difference Between a Circle and a Loophole?
Can the circular economy correct for the fundamental inequities that have contributed to environmental degradation in the first place? (more)

3D Printing as the Manufacturing Infrastructure for the Circular Economy
Professor Gregory Unruh describes how the Earth's biosphere could serve as a model for sustainable, efficient manufacturing processes.(more)

Our Circular Future is 3D
Additive manufacturing (3D Printing) is uniquely capable of promoting environmentally sustainable product lifecycles, an essential aspect of the circular economy. (more)

Campus Sustainability: UC Berkeley's Zero Waste Research Center
UC Berkeley's Zero Waste Resource Center is aiming to inspire environmentally practices that could make the campus waste free by 2020. (more)

Growing Agriculture Markets with Vertical Farms
Population demands and rising costs will make conventional farming prohibitively difficult to sustain. Vertical farms have many compelling qualities that could help define the future of agriculture. (more)

Lacking Diversity in Tech
Everyone has heard about the blooming success of tech in Silicon Valley. However, not everyone has been given equal opportunity to participate, due to discriminatory recruitment and hiring practices. Read more about the lack of diversity, and attempts at inclusivity, in the tech industry. (more)

Workplace Culture: Challenges Away from Home
Workplace culture has become a key feature of the employee experience. However, as companies expand overseas, translating this company aspect across languages and cultures can be tough. Read more about how businesses can effectively encourage an international workplace culture. (more)

Food for Thought: The Future of Insects and Sustainable Food
In the face of climate change and a growing world population food is becoming more scarce. However, other cultures are already adapting to a changing cuisine and perhaps Western nations are on the precipice of joining. Read more about the potential of new culinary creations with unexpected critters: insects.(more)

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)

A New World of Sharing
The sharing economy has disrupted the traditional means of communication in society. However, with new companies like AirBnb and Uber on the rise, sharing has the potential to have impacts far beyond communication. Read more about the new world of sharing.(more)

Patents and the Pharmaceutical Industry
Patent protections were built to encourage research and development of life-saving medications. However, manipulations of the market exclusivity that comes with patents raise ethical concerns and incentive issues. Read more about patent-protected drugs.(more)

Evolution of Business Ethics in the US: From Exploitation to Ethics?
The Gilded Age of the United States not only gave rise to rapid industrialization, but also the debate over business ethics. As our economy has evolved, regulations and norms have followed in suit. Read more about the history of business ethics in the United States.(more)

Homes For Homeless
Urban areas across the United States are struggling to provide resources for homeless populations. Students in USC architecture program have partnered with a local NGO to provide a solution, creating the space for new initiatives to provide homes for the homeless. Read more about the innovative potential for cities to address homelessness.(more)

Potential Pitfalls of Limiting Translation Services to Native Speakers
In the translation industry, native speakers have been widely accepted as ideal employees to hire. However, new findings have suggested that being a native speaker is no longer enough, leading to shifts in the labor market.(more)

The State of Urban Revitalization in America
The Rust Belt has lost its status as the cornerstone of American industry. As populations in the Midwest decline, suburbs are left empty, and cities fare little better. Significant investment and proper urban planning are necessary to revitalize the region. (more)

The Hyperloop: Elon Musk's Transportation Vision
Proposed in 2013, the hyperloop is a high-speed vacuum tube transportation system that is twice as fast as air travel, and much more energy efficient. But how viable is this concept in reality? (more)

You've Got Mail: Integrating the USPS into the Circular Economy
Consumers play a essential role in the lifecycle of products - but many items are often thrown away or left to sit in a drawer, when they could be reclaimed or recycled. Our postal services can provide a solution to the problem of reuse. (more)

Innovation in Urban Cities
As economies develop, urban migration crafts cities into the hubs of innovation and entrepreneurship. With further technological advancements however, this process is taken a step further with the emergence of “smart cities”. Read more about the articles in our newest special issue on city innovation.(more)

Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Showcases Latest in Self-Driving Cars
Earlier this month, the Consumer Electronics Showcase brought 3,800 vendor booths and over 150,000 attendees to Las Vegas. Over the course of the week, the buzz about one technology in particular clearly dominated: self-driving cars. One of the attendees describes his experience at CES.(more)

Millennials and the Rising Demand for Corporate Social Responsibility
With a new generation of consumers that grew up with access to mass media, companies are under pressure to move beyond traditional marketing. Read more about how millennials are changing consumer relations and stressing corporate social responsibility. (more)

Intellectual Property in Modern America
The rapid technological development of past decades has spurred a controversial debate over intellectual property. This article takes a look at Supreme Court rulings and government policies that have impacts on tech companies and international patents.(more)

Living in Smog: The Social and Economic Impact
of Severe Air Pollution in China

Three decades of rapid development and urbanization have lifted China out of poverty, but at a substantial economic cost. What are the consequences for residents of China's largest cities? (more)

Pollutive Reactions
Urbanization presents new challenges when it comes to environmental health and sustainability. These three American cities have sought to address various forms of pollution through policy, regulation, and community engagement. (more)

The Future of Female Corporate Leadership
While strong businesswomen like Sheryl Sandberg are emerging in the popular view, there is still some bias against women in the workplace. Instead, we should be welcoming these highly qualified business minds into executive offices and enjoy the growth in revenue, market shares and customer bases that follow.(more)

The Not-So-Stagnant-Startups
In an era characterized by rapid technological innovation, startup companies located in the world's entrepreneurial hubs are leading the way in solving new types of problems. But in the startup space, companies can decline as quickly as they appear. (more)

Kode for Kids: A New Era in Computer Literacy
Despite the rapid advances of the digital era, the amount of people with the ability to code is less than 1% of the total online population. However, new innovations in computer science education have made coding accessible for children and beginners of all ages. (more)

Are Countries Actually Committing to Green Energy?
With energy markets on the verge of a green transition, are governments drafting national policies to reflect this environmental shift? Read more on case studies from the United States, China and the United Kingdom.(more)

Colony Collapse Disorder: The Economics of Decline
For the first time in history, bees have been placed on the endangered species list. The bee population has declined by more than 40 percent, which could signal a crisis not only in the health of our ecosystems, but also in the viability of our country’s agricultural industry. (more)

Green Chemistry: Molecular Technology on a Massive Scale
Meeting sustainability goals starts at the molecular level. Learn about how new technologies enabled by 'green chemistry' - from novel paint additives to CO2-based polystyrene foam - are contributing to the circular economy. (more)

Green Cities: Sustainability through Innovation
With more than half of the world’s population residing in urban centers, cities must lead the way in developing environmental sustainability goals that can reduce carbon emissions and inspire innovative solutions. (more)

Pokémon GO: Lessons from John Hanke and Niantic Labs
Pokémon GO is among the most successful mobile applications ever released, and generated more than $200 million in its first week. But what looks like an overnight success is actually the result of more than two decades of hard work. (more)

Moi, Moche et Wonky: Making Progress on Food Waste
Staggering amounts of food are wasted annually. The best way to make a change is to shift public perception. This post explores several innovative initiatives undertaken in Europe to transform our relationship with food. (more)

The Key to Keeping Up: Dynamic Capabilities
In rapidly changing business environments - like the technology sector - the dynamic capabilties of sensing, seizing, and transforming are essential for firms seeking competitiveness in the long term. (more)

How Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping Management
The burgeoning presence of artificial intelligence (AI) in our daily lives has generated both great anxiety and excitement for the future. This post discusses the current state of AI and how it is used in a management context. (more)

Workplace Wellness: A Source of Productivity
Encouraging wellness programs in the workplace has tangible benefits for employees and employers alike - as correlations can be drawn between happiness, health, and overall productivity. (more)

South Korea's Troubled Millennial Generation
South Korea's millennials are facing hardships brought on, among other reasons, by the pressure of supporting the country's aging population. Dating, marriage, and childbirth are often deferred in the name of academics. (more)

The Organizational Importance of "Deep Work"
In the information age, organizations and individuals should hone their ability to focus intensely. The many distractions of modern life have made the ability to engage in 'deep work' both more valuable, and more difficult to achieve. (more)

Branding Ourselves: The Millennials on the Market
The way in which millennials perpetuate their social identities is highly influenced by the technology boom. However, for many young people today, not all social platforms are made equal. (more)

Millenials in the Workplace: Disruptive Tech, Open Innovation, and Investment Strategy
Millennials are growing up and entering the workforce. Their impatience, ambition, and desire for immediate results might lead others to think of them as entitled. But there are lessons to be learned on both sides of the generational divide. (more)

The Freelancing Revolution: Freedom vs. Security
Freelancing is becoming a viable alternative for many professionals, allowing greater freedom to plan one's own work schedule. But the benefits of freelancing can come with certain drawbacks. (more)

Food Waste and the Circular Economy: No Stinky Business
One billion people go hungry every year, and another billion are undernourished. At the same time, three billion tons of food waste are thrown out annually. The circular economy can fight hunger while providing new business opportunities. (more)

Analytics in the Gaming Industry: A Big Data Utopia
A powerful application of big data lies in the gaming industry, where game logs accumulate massive streams of data. (more)      

The Increasing Importance of Social and Cultural Awareness in Healthcare
Recent revisions to the MCAT standardized test have revealed a shift to place greater emphasis on social and cultural awareness within the healthcare industry. (more)      

The Campus Rep: How Companies Market on Campus
Campus representatives are common sights at any college, boosting awareness of brands and their benefits among the student population. How should companies maximize their productivity? (more)      

Join the Crowd: Goals, Funds, and Community
Crowdfunding platforms are often touted as a means of quickly raising money. But money isn't the only benefit -- backers can also provide a sense of community and an affirmation of the project's vision.(more)      

Crowdfunding: A Grassroots Revolution in Startup Investment
Today, small-time entrepreneurs with big-time ideas can leverage the geographic and social reach of the internet to raise money for their businesses from people around the world. (more)      

Dr. Millennial: Health in the Palm of Our Hands
Mobile health, also known as mHealth, looks to be the next evolution of the medical industry. How has this trend benefited healthcare on a global scale, and what can we expect during the coming years? (more)      

Norway's Oil Shock
Norwegians enjoy a high standard of living and broad economic prosperity, due in large part to the country's rich oil deposits. So what happens when oil and gas prices slump? (more)      

The Fundamentals of Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding is rapidly becoming and entrepreneurial mainstay. Some of the most viable projects of the past years have been funded in part by donors on platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. (more)      

When Global Marketing Meets Beauty, Health, and Culture
Cross-cultural trade of beauty products has homogenized beauty and health standards. The pursuit of aesthetic appeal also holds broad economic, political, and public health implications. (more)      

In the Spirit of Holiday Marketing: The Wants and Needs of American Consumers
Businesses should examine the ways in which they can strategically cater to their consumers. But consumer wants and needs change rapidly. What's trending this holiday season? (more)      

In the Future, Bosses Might Not Exist
Corporate structures have traditionally been very rigid, but that trend is changing. Holacracy is an emerging system of management which calls for an infrastructure with no bosses or managers. (more)      

Genentech: Bridging the Gap Between Corporation and Community
Genentech, a pioneer in the field of biotechnology, is among a new group of firms seeking to dramatically improve medical technology. But perhaps most impressive is the company's success in building strong community ties. (more)

How Companies Can Benefit from the Circular Economy
Since the industrial revolution, our economies and companies have relied heavily on the availability of bountiful and inexpensive natural resources. But this linear trend is no longer sustainable. Is there a viable alternative? (more)

Rethinking the Nuclear Economy
Nuclear energy stands at a crossroads -- its proponents must prove that it is not only safe and reliable, but also that it is economically viable over the long term. Finland's nuclear program is among the top in the world. (more)

Using Mobile Analytics to Better Understand Your Business
The accessibility of analytics platforms on mobile devices has enabled businesses to gain greater insights into their operations than ever before. (more)

4 Reasons Why Businesses Should Transition to the Cloud
Cloud technology has become one of the most rapidly expanding sectors within the tech industry. Businesses have come to rely on the cloud for four key reasons. (more)

Aramark and Ethicality
Aramark, one of the largest food conglomerates in the United States, is consistently ranked among the ethical companies in the world. But what constitutes an ethical business – and is Aramark truly one of them? (more)

Business Intelligence: The Next Competitive Edge
In recent years, extracting and analyzing customer data has become more complex. But the insights from big data analytics can confer powerful advantages. (more)

Maersk: The Value of Social Media
Even B2B brands can benefit from the boost in consumer awareness conferred by a strong social media presence. (more)

Docker: Innovation in the B2B Tech Market
Docker is a B2B web platform company with an innovative business model. (more)

Understanding Hybrid Organizations
An interview with Dr. Nardia Haigh, editor of CMR's special issue on hybrid organizations. (more)

The Foundations of Sustainability: Balancing Business and the Environment
An interview with Ken Lee, Co-founder of Lotus Foods. (more)

Just Do It: Lessons from the Startup Space
An interview with Boris Fain, CTO of a biotechnology startup in Berkeley, California. (more)


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