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Manipulation and why it is a core part of business

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An interesting research paper from a team of researchers from the Dimitrie Cantemir, Faculty of Touristic and Commercial Management and the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Faculty of Marketing, Bucharest, in Romania has just been published in the Journal Calitatea. The researchers looked at manipulation in organisations and had some surprising results. The researchers looked […]

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Product market advantages through research and development (R&D) cooperation with marketing or sales teams

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A new study has been published looking the effectiveness of R&D and marketing cooperation as compared to R&D and sales cooperation for new-product development under different market and organisational circumstances in businessto-business settings. The study, conducted by four universities in Germany, found that in business to business sales, new product development could have between a […]

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Role conflict for employees can actually be good for your organisation, but only if…

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A study just published by researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences and Avans University of Applied Sciences, Department of Marketing and Business Management in the Netherlands looked at what happens when frontline employees are placed in a situation of conflicting role demand. For example where the rules […]

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The values and behaviours of effective lean managers

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A really useful research study looking at what makes an effective ‘lean’ leader and manager has just been published in the European Management Journal by researchers at three universities in the Netherlands and the United States. Interest in lean approaches in organisations has increased significantly since the financial crisis of 2007/8 with lean job postings […]

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