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Imitation: the new key to business success
In the business world, as elsewhere in life, copying is frowned upon. Yet, in some cases, it has been used to great effect, inspiring business leaders and even driving innovation.
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.
9 ways to fight gender discrimination in academia
Dr Ileana Stigliani, Associate Professor of Design & Innovation, explores nine ways to address gender inequality in academia.
How to adapt your business in a crisis
In times of crisis, companies tend to respond by downsizing their operations. But instead, they should be taking stock and considering opportunities for innovation, so they can emerge stronger during the recovery.
Leading EDI through education: challenges to systemically changing mindsets
Tackling discrimination in business and society requires us to change the ways we define difference in education, from the day a child enters primary school to the day they complete their postgraduate degree
Davos 2023: Five insights for business leaders and policy makers
Whether you're attending the World Economic Forum, one of fringe events, or following the discussions from abroad, here's a selection of five articles from IB Knowledge which provide insights into the key topics you can apply all year round.
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 did Google+ fail?
Despite offering an arguably better experience, Google’s social network failed to unseat Facebook. Dr Andre Veiga examines why, and what it tells us about how social media users deal with choice.
Can managers really learn anything from sport?
Sporting metaphors are everywhere in business but aren't always liked. Dr Jan-Michael Ross joins the game to show such language is not down and out, if you keep your eye on the ball
How leaders can build the right environment for innovation
If you want to innovate, you have to start with a little messiness
9 digital transformation mistakes all organisations make – and how to avoid them
Three experts reveal how you can avoid the digital transformation mistakes your competitors are all making
What violence means for business
Attacks, protests and civil unrest can severely disrupt economic activity - but in developing economies, they hit some businesses harder than others