New research identifies three reasons why producing a more sustainable product might actually lose a company its customers. More importantly, it reveals how businesses can tackle this.
Extreme weather, such as hurricanes, heatwaves and drought no doubt cause significant damage to people and to planet, but there is a growing body of evidence that confirms that climate change is damaging global business too
As AI capability continues to advance, how close an eye should we be keeping on its activities? New research provides a roadmap to ethical AI development, and paints a stark picture of what might happen if AI runs unchecked.
Air pollution, researchers say, adversely impacts managers’ mood, judgement, and decision-making on corporate investments. As a result, firms are risking their profits.
Caviar and bacon sandwiches are both loved by foodies for their flavour. Or as Emily in Paris might tweet in the hit Netflix series, Butter + Chocolate = ❤️. Research from INSEAD and UBC Sauder shows how can we revolutionise the art of enjoying more while spending less, and bolster the bottom line rather than the waistline.
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) account for around 90% of all firms and are responsible for 50% of employment globally. The Dean of Oxford's Saïd Business School, Soumitra Dutta says their potential for economic and social impact must not be underestimated or underappreciated.
The “Big Three” major recording labels continue to dominate the music industry, to the detriment of most artists. Research points to exploitive contracts, unfair royalty splits, and lack of rights to songs. But recording labels can be successful by being more fair and transparent rather than exploiting artists.
Too often the "levelling up" debate has revolved around high-profile infrastructure projects, such as High Speed 2, but research shows that effective solutions don't need to be either expensive or complex.