Who sees the future? A new approach redefines the idea of a visionary company

An innovative deep learning model empirically demonstrates the visionary advantage that small firms have over their larger competitors Vision is a word that can, with equal ease, generate hours of discussion in C-suites and academic departments. Executives worry about finding it. Academics labor to define it. Consultants claim to have it. Yet to date, finding a…

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June’s Top 5

In case you missed them, here are this month’s most read posts. An extraordinary being: CEOs with uncommon names choose uncommon strategies Adventurous new research concludes that CEOs with uncommon names are more likely to make unique strategic choices Working from home has been a bad deal for companies and workers New research concludes that…

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Can intuition yield better decisions?

New research illuminates how managers can combine intuition and experience to make better decisions in moments of high uncertainty One of the more interesting and yet least understood aspects of managing is intuition’s role in decision-making, especially in situations of high uncertainty. With the world seemingly on an inevitable path toward algorithmic management based on…

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