The art and science of negotiating effectively often means the difference between success and failure in outcomes that are important to you or your organization.
The years 2000-2003 produced the steepest downturn in technology spending in history as the Internet bubble burst and took with it the telecom equipment boom and several others.
Professor Paul Griffin is a leading international authority in accounting and financial information and disclosures. In this blog, he writes about how CSR Disclosures affect Shareholder Value.
Do Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Disclosures Increase Shareholder Value? Will the momentum for voluntary CSR disclosure satisfy all stakeholders and really change the game?
New, radical, disruptive ideas are the foundation of innovation—at least that’s the common assumption. But what if that’s wrong? If it’s not the new ideas, what distinguishes those individuals and companies that change the world from those that don’t? Looking at the most radical and disruptive idea in modern medicine—the advent of penicillin—Hargadon offers another perspective on what makes innovation work, and what we can do about it.
Professor Kimberly Elsbach conducts research on the acquisition and maintenance of organizational images, identities and reputations. She teaches negotiation skills in competitive business environments. Elsbach has published extensively on organizational reputations and controversies and has studied the impacts of telecommuting and how the work place has transformed.