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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Information security fatigue: when does enough become too much?

New research examines how information security overload can lead to fatigue and complacency in even the best employees Though the capabilities of enterprise technology continue to advance with each passing year, the fundamental role that users play in securing complex systems has remained virtually unchanged. Decades after the creation of the most common operating systems,…

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What’s good is also what’s bad: understanding complexity’s role in supply disruptions

New research looks at how both the “dark” and “bright” sides of complexity play out when major supply chain disruptions take place At 2:46 pm Tokyo time on March 11, 2011, the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami struck Japan. The magnitude 9.0 undersea earthquake lasted approximately six minutes, and its resulting forces killed over 15,000 people,…

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Will the pandemic change capitalism? Our return to the office in 2021 may give us the answer

The workspace has always been a mirror of our conception of capitalism, and the pandemic may force capitalism to evolve yet again It’s not often that I come across great workspace insights in a political journal, but that’s exactly what happened when I read Scott Beauchamp’s outstanding analysis of workspace history in American Affairs. Beauchamp’s well-written piece…

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