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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
Journal Article
Industry and Innovation
Henry Sauermann, Susanne Beck, Carsten Bergenholtz, Marcel Bogers, Tiare-Maria Brasseur, Marie Louise Conradsen, Diletta Di Marco et al.
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.
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.
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
Subject(s)
Diversity and inclusion; Strategy and general management
Keyword(s)
Diversity, random selection, luck
In the final decision-making process for an application, companies want to avoid mistakes at all costs. This article explains two reasons why you should trust chance instead.
Journal Pages
66
Subject(s)
Diversity and inclusion; Strategy and general management
Keyword(s)
Diversity, random selection, luck
When it comes to hiring, blind luck can trump biased reasoning and generate a less-is-more effect.
Subject(s)
Entrepreneurship; Strategy and general management; Technology, R&D management
Keyword(s)
Innovation, leadership, luck
Exceptional innovations are often attributed to brilliant strategies or leaders with superior foresight. But luck is in fact necessary for exceptional innovations in many ways.
ISSN (Print)
0015-6914
Subject(s)
Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s)
Executives, career shocks, coaching
This is a practitioner article based on a recently published academic paper on career shocks of executive. The article explains the phenomenon of a career shocks and offers strategies for dealing with them.
ISSN (Print)
0015-6914
Online article
Forbes India
Bianca Schmitz, Aparajith Raman (2021)
Subject(s)
Entrepreneurship
Keyword(s)
Design thinking, digital transformation, innovation, customer centricity
Business owner and managers are facing the challenge of how to best drive digital transformation in their organizations. Design thinking might be one method to address these challenges and, at the same time, support a mindset change within the companies.
Conference Proceeding
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1)
Anke Dassler, Evgenia Lysova, Svetlana Khapova, Konstantin Korotov (2021)
Subject(s)
Human resources management/organizational behavior
There is a growing interest in the concept of employer attractiveness. Yet, research appears to be unsystematic in how it conceptualizes and studies the phenomenon. In this paper, we argue that thus far most research on employer attractiveness has combined perspectives about employer attractiveness of both prospective employees and for exiting employees, making therefore little differentiation with a reference to the question: For whom is the employer attractive? In this paper, we argue that this is problematic considering existing evidence signaling that there are differences in the employer attractiveness attributes between the two groups. With this paper, we aim to extend the literature on employer attractiveness by shifting the conversation to the perceptions of employees. We systematically review 48 articles on employer attractiveness from the employee perspective, and offer a model, capturing Inputs, Mediators and Outputs (IMO) of the concept. The paper concludes with a discussion of what our findings mean for future research and practice.
With permission of the Academy of Management
Volume
2021
ISSN (Online)
2151-6561
ISSN (Print)
0065-0668