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Subject(s)
Human resources management/organizational behavior; Strategy and general management
Keyword(s)
office design, gender, networks, field experiment
In this paper, I investigate office spatial design as a managerial lever to shape employee networks, and its differential impact on male and female employees.
With permission of the Academy of Management
ISSN (Online)
2151-6561
ISSN (Print)
0065-0668
Subject(s)
Technology, R&D management
Keyword(s)
R&D incentives, tax incentives, innovation, technology
This article provides a structured overview on the most important features of the new German legislation awarding tax breaks for R&D active companies.
ISSN (Print)
1868-2979
Subject(s)
Economics, politics and business environment; Strategy and general management
Keyword(s)
corporate structures, industrial companies, globalization, supply chain, headquarters, global trade
ISSN (Print)
0015-6914
Subject(s)
Diversity and inclusion; Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s)
Diversity, equity and inclusion, DEI, global workforce, pandemic, employee well-being, corporate value, women

The pandemic has not wholly derailed DEI as much as feared. The insights from the DEI officers of globally active companies demonstrate optimism and inspiration for those designing DEI strategies in 2022.
ISSN (Print)
0015-6914
Journal Article
Industry and Innovation 29 (2): 136–185
Henry Sauermann, Susanne Beck, Carsten Bergenholtz, Marcel Bogers, Tiare-Maria Brasseur, Marie Louise Conradsen, Diletta Di Marco et al. (2022)
Subject(s)
Technology, R&D management
Keyword(s)
Open innovation in Science, openness, collaboration in science, Open Science, interdisciplinary research
Openness and collaboration in scientific research are attracting increasing attention from scholars and practitioners alike. However, a common understanding of these phenomena is hindered by disciplinary boundaries and disconnected research streams. We link dispersed knowledge on Open Innovation, Open Science, and related concepts such as Responsible Research and Innovation by proposing a unifying Open Innovation in Science (OIS) Research Framework. This framework captures the antecedents, contingencies, and consequences of open and collaborative practices along the entire process of generating and disseminating scientific insights and translating them into innovation. Moreover, it elucidates individual-, team-, organisation-, field-, and society‐level factors shaping OIS practices. To conceptualise the framework, we employed a collaborative approach involving 47 scholars from multiple disciplines, highlighting both tensions and commonalities between existing approaches. The OIS Research Framework thus serves as a basis for future research, informs policy discussions, and provides guidance to scientists and practitioners.
Volume
29
Journal Pages
136–185
Journal Article
Industry and Innovation 29 (2): 131–135


Susanne Beck, Christoph Grimpe, Marion Poetz, Henry Sauermann (2022)
Subject(s)
Strategy and general management; Technology, R&D management
Keyword(s)
Open innovation in science, scientific research, openness in science, collaboration in science, inter- and transdisciplinary research
This introduction discusses Open Innovation in Science (OIS) as an emerging stream of research and summarizes the articles published in the Special Issue on this topic.
Volume
29
Journal Pages
131–135
Subject(s)
Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s)
Negotiation, impasse, getting to no
All day, every day, most of us are bombarded by requests at work. Sometimes these can pile up leaving us feeling overwhelmed. Learning the right way to turn some down can help us stay in our jobs, as happier and more productive employees.
Subject(s)
Product and operations management
The structure of the efficiency-driven industry model contributed to supply chain failures under the pandemic. Industry leaders must now pursue alternative strategies to create resilience, despite the risks.
ISSN (Print)
0015-6914
Online article
Forbes India
Bianca Schmitz, Aparajith Raman (2021)
Subject(s)
Information technology and systems; Product and operations management; Strategy and general management; Technology, R&D management
Keyword(s)
digital identity, technology
The article deals with the potential that lies in the creation of a digital identity. More concretely, the article explores to what extent the customer experience can be improved by a digital/electronic identity system that allows customers to just use one single mobile app to pull data from various providers.
Online article
Forbes
Subject(s)
Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s)
Leadership, remote work, emotional intelligence
Eloïse has a problem. The company’s board has decided that her team will be moved to a new location – one that is in a shabby building, located far off the beaten track, and (adding insult to injury) with a horrible staff canteen. The kicker: The board tasked Eloïse with informing her team, who will be returning from their home offices to this new pandemic workplace reality. In her latest article for Forbes, Nora Grasselli, program director of ESMT Executive Education, tackles what these tough situations demand of Eloïse and other executives who are having to manage the economic fallout of the pandemic for themselves and their teams. Often, they are left to manage it alone, under conditions of extreme stress and cut loose from network support. What, asks Grasselli, can Eloïse do to handle leadership solitude and its consequences?
ISSN (Print)
0015-6914