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Stuck in the past? How to integrate different views of history in your organisation
How can organisations deal with conflicting views of their history among their employees? Dr Christian Hampel and Dr Elena Dalpiaz explain how a fintech company resolved its identity crisis and moved on with confidence.
Our female academics: 8 thought leadership articles on cryptocurrency, climate change and more
From wealth inequality and the impact of violence on business to boardroom diversity and flexible working, here are 8 of our most popular IB Knowledge articles by the Business School's female members of faculty.
How agile Chinese firms are defining a new era of management
As businesses move towards giving employees more control and freedom in their work, Chinese companies have found ways to use new technology to do this while reducing bureaucratic processes.
Neuroticism, deprivation and racial bias: Trump’s unique authoritarian appeal
Some may find support for Donald Trump hard to understand – but what unites his voters, many of whom live in regions of industrial decline, is the feeling they have something to lose.
2022 in business: 10 of the top IB Knowledge articles of the year
We take a look at some of this year's most popular IB Knowledge articles
Why tackling climate change requires nothing less than a business revolution
Protecting the environment and achieving net-zero emissions requires a radical assessment of how businesses operate. The Leonardo Centre on Business for Society is helping to accelerate that change
Could engaging in corporate social impact work damage your career?
Corporations are increasingly offering employees the chance to engage in social impact work. But is doing social good also good for your career?
Why we need to make the most of our time in the office
With flexible working conditions expected to become more common, the limited time when employees are in the office together will be crucial to customer focus and value creation
What form of business enterprise will enable a green recovery?
Current models of business enterprise and economic growth are the main barriers to delivering a green recovery. Imperial’s Leonardo Centre on Business for Society offers a platform for collaborative efforts to remove those obstacles.