Despite promoting collaboration and connection, many women’s networks choose to operate individually. New research by the Erasmus Centre for Women and Organisations at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University reveals the benefits to be gained for women if networks choose to work together.
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Far from being a waste of time, being adept at video games can significantly boost your career prospects, new research shows
Online reviews can predict the failure of seven out of 10 businesses, new research finds
Shareholders in locations hit by climate-related disasters are more likely to support environmental proposals regardless of risking firm value
Research reveals that teams which worked together more frequently became more resilient after experiencing failure or patient death. This helped to mitigate the negative effects of failure and provided learning opportunities, to improve future performance.
We routinely set goals for ourselves, but despite this we’re not always the best at meeting them. But what if we were more honest about our personal downfalls? New research finds that honestly is the key to successfully meeting your goal.