by Jonathan Bauweraerts, Emanuela Rondi, Paola Rovelli, Alfredo De Massis & Salvatore Sciascia BEYOND PINK QUOTAS Over recent years, gender or ‘pink quotas’ have been introduced Europe-wide to encourage the inclusion of women in boards of directors. While this has helped, … Continue reading Women Power! Family Women in Boards of Directors as a Stimulus to Innovation
Recent work in the Strategic Management Journal coauthored by Pankaj Kumar, Xiaojin (Jim) Liu, and Akbar (Aks) Zaheer, helps add fresh insights into the sources of variation in firm profitability. A firm’s alliances and networks offer a unique source of … Continue reading What is the Contribution of the Alliance Network to Firm Profitability?
originally published by SMS Journals Press Releases Few topics in organization studies have received as much attention from scholars as CEO compensation. Two key questions are why some CEOs are paid more than others and to what extent is CEO … Continue reading Family CEOs May Get Paid Less in the US; New Study Suggests the Opposite is True for India
By Paul P. Momtaz (email@example.com) based on https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/smj.3235 Why are CEOs coached for many hours in preparation for important public announcements, such as their presentations at annual meetings? The extensive preparation is because CEOs know that shareholders, the media, and other … Continue reading How do CEO Emotions Impact Firm Value?
by Stefanie Habersang Last week the Strategic Management Society launched a new series called the Strategy Imagination Forums. The Imagination Forums share cutting-the-edge thinking on current strategy issues and topics presented by leading strategy thinkers from academia, business, and consulting and … Continue reading “The Imagination Machine” – SMS Strategy Imagination Forum featuring Martin Reeves