s+b Blogs: Recent Research
- A higher pay differential between CEOs and their employees may encourage employees to work harder, not to slack off.
- As board members become more entrenched and partisan, their institutional knowledge loses value.
- To keep employees from goofing off on the Internet during business hours, employers have to keep them interested in their work.
- Having too much inventory can hurt sales, but offering a variety of products is good for business.
- An embarrassed consumer doesn’t automatically translate to a bad review for a company.
- Companies that collaborate on certain projects with other firms can reap greater rewards than going it alone.
- Retailers can trigger shoppers to make impulse buys online just as they can in a physical store.
- Leaders who project their negative attitudes onto their subordinates can hamper the way their companies do business.
- Online retailers can encourage word-of-mouth advertising by appealing to consumers’ benevolence.
- Corporations that understand why people buy counterfeit goods can learn to draw more consumers away from fakes.
- Companies that focus on consumers with little spending power can change the dynamics of an industry.
- Companies can capitalize on the wealth of information in consumers’ and competitors’ online posts.
- Games in the workplace can have a beneficial effect on employees, but not when they’re mandated by management.
- There are certain rules to follow if you want to grow your Twittersphere.
- An increasing number of companies are giving consumers specific details about their efforts to protect the environment and their workers.
- New research shows how successful managers keep complex projects on track.
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