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Does climate change affect global innovation?
In history, surges of innovation often suddenly occurred after long uneventful periods. Did climate change pressure people to innovate?
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Love in organisations, climate change and innovation, why customers reject your innovations and more. RSM Discovery Magazine is out now!
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Crowdsourced consumer data, innovation is a team sport, power struggles, how big should small firms think, and the Chinese concept of Guanxi
How good networking events can stimulate business innovation
Networking events and conferences can be great for discovering new business opportunities and even help companies to innovate together. But only if these events are designed the right way.
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Prosocial behaviour, trust in the workplace and the believability of online product reviews. RSM Discovery Magazine is out now!
How ten minutes of mindfulness could make you more creative
How do you come up with innovative ideas in a stressful work environment? Ten minutes of mindfulness meditation can boost your creativity.
Should you open up to your workplace friends, or is it better to be diplomatic?
Are you a diplomat who links different friendship networks at work? Then being open and spontaneous makes your work friends trust you less.
The Netherlands strengthens position as European Innovation Leader
The Netherlands strengthens its position as innovation leader. Converting knowledge into products and services continues to be a weak spot.
How best to market a crowdsourced product?
How crowdsourced products led to twenty percent more sales. Tips and tricks for effective crowdsourcing strategies by Christoph Fuchs.
Sharing knowledge in the hospital across status barriers
Who in the hospital is in the best position to share valuable knowledge across the status barriers between nurses and doctors?
School children speed up adoption of new technology
Introducing technology to schoolchildren helps to get it adopted by their parents and neighbouring households. Research by Rodrigo Belo.
Small companies benefit most from corporate soul-searching
Self-reflection helps companies -especially smaller ones- to identify new business opportunities, without losing track of business-as-usual.
Ignoring customers’ opinions can lead to more successful products
Research by Prof. Jan van den Ende shows when your customers might have something useful to add during the design process.
How to build ambidextrous teams
Team cohesion is a key success factor in creating ambidextrous teams that combine a company's exploration and exploitation activities.
Effective environmental policies hand-in-hand with innovation
Tighter energy standards for houses made construction industry more innovative. research by Associate Professor Henk de Vries.
Shift happens: how to manage changing projects
Can middle manager identification with bosses improve management innovation?
Middle managers foster & promote management innovations when they feel more like their superior managers.
How workplace friendships can help and hinder a company
Friendships among colleagues can lead but also hinder innovation. How do you create a balance?
Stimulating innovation in ports: what can firms, port authorities, and business associations contribute?
What can firms, port authorities, and business associations do to innovate and make an entire port more competitive?
Want to innovate effectively? Look beyond R&D
How to innovate effectively? Kevin Heij’s study shows that non-technological innovations can bring about competitive advantages.