This is an excerpted transcript of an SMS webinar on “Alliances in Sustainable Development & Environment Preservation” hosted by the SMS Cooperative Strategies Interest Group. It has been edited for grammar and clarity. Find the full recording at this link. … Continue reading What Fuels Reluctance on Climate Change Action?
By Brian Ganson, Tony L. He, and Witold J. Henisz Managers are increasingly challenged by issues as diverse as climate change, globalization, pandemic response, and inclusive development. However, a key complication in addressing these challenges effectively is that they impact … Continue reading How Managers Can Design Socially Inclusive Strategies
This pivotal work uncovers an empirical relationship between governance style and location choice—previously treated as independent. By Steve HeislerWhen outsourcing and offshoring decisions need to be made, companies often turn to academic papers as guideposts to ensure they haven’t missed … Continue reading Most Research on Corporate Outsourcing Falls Short on a Holistic Level, Says a New Study
by Steve Boivie, Mike Withers, Scott Graffin, and Kevin Corley A new study in the Strategic Management Journal coauthored by Steve Boivie, Mike Withers, Scott Graffin, and Kevin Corley, helps to shed light on what directors actually think they are … Continue reading Directors Want to Collaborate With Managers But Not Control Them
By Haram Seo, Jiao Luo, and Aseem Kaul. “Jack of all trades”, the saying goes, “is a master of none”. Yet when it comes to corporate philanthropy, being a jack of all trades may in fact be the dominant strategy. … Continue reading Why Charity is More Profitable if you Spread it Around