Russian firms easily sidestep economic sanctions, says new study

A new study has cast doubt on the effectiveness of sanctions being used against Russian firms, detailing a variety of adaptation strategies that have been used to sidestep their economic impact.
Kissing up and kicking down: When, why, and how managers do it

We’ve all experienced it, or at least heard about it: middle managers who pressure and intimidate their subordinates, but then brownnose their own bosses. A new study from the Journal of Management Studies explores the routes of this behaviour, and provides suggestions f...
Why your e-commerce business should switch to DapuStor R5100

Events such as Black Friday are some of the most important days in the year for e-commerce platforms, providing the opportunity to generate huge sales in a short period of time. To ensure customer experience remains solid during the greatly increased traffic brought by s...
No, I Do Belong: How Asians countered workplace racial violence during COVID-19

With recent renewed speculation about the origins of the COVID-19 virus, with the infamous “lab-leak theory” once again being discussed in earnest, it is important to maintain distinction between proper investigation and the racist propaganda that often accompanies it. ...
Can the NHS learn from Google about the follies of cutting middle management?

Much has been said about the role of middle managers in the NHS – some view them as a financial burden, whereas others see them as a key tool for unlocking the efficiency of the service. A new study on middle managers published in the Journal of Management Studies sugges...
FLASH-COMP: Composite manufacturing, right first time

Even on items like luxury yachts and hi-tech aeroplane wings, the finishing touches in manufacturing are still done by highly skilled professionals using hand and eye. However, this is not a perfect system, and mistakes can lead to costly repairs or even completely unusa...
How COVID gave leaders the chance to change

A new study carried out in the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic highlights how managers and community leaders responded to the unprecedented challenges they faced and shines a light on how they may be able to better face crises in the future – or even change how they w...
Make your workplace more inclusive for people with mental illness

A new study published in the Journal of Management Studies outlines why mentally ill individuals struggle to navigate the labour market, and provides pointers to employers, human resource managers, supervisors and employees who want to challenge the social norms and stru...
New year, new rules: The trick that top CEOs use to make their rules stick

A new study has examined how top CEOs summarise the wisdom of their experiences into simple rules that act as powerful tools for managing and leading, providing a blueprint for those looking to provide a fresh and concise approach to leadership in the new year.
HyperCOG provides next gear for smart factory revolution

In a major leap forward for smart manufacturing processes, the EU-funded HyperCOG project has come to a successful end by delivering an innovative industrial cyber-physical system that does away with traditional hierarchical information systems. 
Russian firms easily sidestep economic sanctions, says new study

A new study has cast doubt on the effectiveness of sanctions being used against Russian firms, detailing a variety of adaptation strategies that have been used to sidestep their economic impact.
Kissing up and kicking down: When, why, and how managers do it

We’ve all experienced it, or at least heard about it: middle managers who pressure and intimidate their subordinates, but then brownnose their own bosses. A new study from the Journal of Management Studies explores the routes of this behaviour, and provides suggestions f...
Why your e-commerce business should switch to DapuStor R5100

Events such as Black Friday are some of the most important days in the year for e-commerce platforms, providing the opportunity to generate huge sales in a short period of time. To ensure customer experience remains solid during the greatly increased traffic brought by s...
No, I Do Belong: How Asians countered workplace racial violence during COVID-19

With recent renewed speculation about the origins of the COVID-19 virus, with the infamous “lab-leak theory” once again being discussed in earnest, it is important to maintain distinction between proper investigation and the racist propaganda that often accompanies it. ...
Can the NHS learn from Google about the follies of cutting middle management?

Much has been said about the role of middle managers in the NHS – some view them as a financial burden, whereas others see them as a key tool for unlocking the efficiency of the service. A new study on middle managers published in the Journal of Management Studies sugges...
FLASH-COMP: Composite manufacturing, right first time

Even on items like luxury yachts and hi-tech aeroplane wings, the finishing touches in manufacturing are still done by highly skilled professionals using hand and eye. However, this is not a perfect system, and mistakes can lead to costly repairs or even completely unusa...
How COVID gave leaders the chance to change

A new study carried out in the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic highlights how managers and community leaders responded to the unprecedented challenges they faced and shines a light on how they may be able to better face crises in the future – or even change how they w...
Make your workplace more inclusive for people with mental illness

A new study published in the Journal of Management Studies outlines why mentally ill individuals struggle to navigate the labour market, and provides pointers to employers, human resource managers, supervisors and employees who want to challenge the social norms and stru...
New year, new rules: The trick that top CEOs use to make their rules stick

A new study has examined how top CEOs summarise the wisdom of their experiences into simple rules that act as powerful tools for managing and leading, providing a blueprint for those looking to provide a fresh and concise approach to leadership in the new year.
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