The university experience, at times, can be quite stressful. However, research by Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Institute) finds that humour can improve student performance.
Does the "carrot and stick" method of reward still work for employees? Is it effective to pit your staff against each other in a bid to boost output, or do team incentives and rewards do a better job of driving results?
We round up the most recent management thinking and research expertise from business schools around the world on the topics of diversity, equality and inclusion, and share their insights with you.
World War 2 inflicted significant damage on German cities, impacting properties, businesses, and infrastructure. To understand the profound effects on citizens and their negative attitudes towards homeownership, researchers at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management conducted a study.
Perseverance, Communication And A Focus On The Little Details – Austin Beech: Durham University Business School
Sports require high attention to detail, teamwork and great communication, a drive to keep training and improving, and perseverance to deal with adversity.
Fetze Andringa's future is wide open, but the discipline he's learned through years playing hockey is helping guide his career journey.
Antoine Lecourtois has established a I’ve established a habit of precise organisation, rigour, and above all priority management to manage his sports career alongside his studies.
Football has not only given Amandine Henry a healthy appetite for competition, but has taught her the power to be found in values such as respect, and sacrifice.