By J Katherine Bahr Decades of research and real-world examples show that when we protest, boycott, or sue a company for its questionable actions, its competitors will take note and change their ways. These actions have worked in everything from arms … Continue reading How do Companies Respond When a Competitor Gets Sued for Bad Behavior?
By Lana Bandy If we’ve learned anything from HBO’s smash hit Succession over the last four years, it’s that, as the authors of a new Strategic Management Journal article state, “Even the most powerful individuals do not work alone.” Given … Continue reading Powerful Board Allies are a CEO’s Best Weapon
A new study in the Strategic Management Journal written by Heewon Chae helps shed light on how the COVID-19 crisis influences retail firms’ business portfolio and product offerings. In this study, Chae investigated how residents’ income and education levels of … Continue reading Income or Education? Community-level Antecedents of Firms’ Category-spanning Activities
Originally published at SMS Journals Press Releases Despite the increasing frequency and severity of floods, storms, wildfires and other natural hazards, some firms in disaster-prone areas prepare while others do not. That issue was examined in a new study by … Continue reading Natural Disasters are Increasing: New Research Examines Why Some Firms Prepare and Others Don’t
By Sen Chai and Richard Freeman In a world of ever-expanding knowledge where research has become increasingly complex, scientific funding ever so uncertain, and where frontier-pushing research requires labor to be divided among researchers, our work in the Strategic Management … Continue reading Revisiting Temporary Colocation and Collaborative Discovery in an Age of Virtual Conferences