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Researchers find new way to spot fraud
FraudNovember 15, 2009 ET
Every growth in revenue in normal market circumstances is followed by growth in number of employees, working space or number of visitors to stores. If that doesn't happens, something smells badly.
Buffett's instincts are amazingly accurate
CEO salaryNovember 8, 2009 ET
How to determine the right pay packages for CEOs? It is a very difficult question but there's new scientific theory that could make that question easier to answer. Warren Buffett already knows the answer.
Departments for social media
Social mediaNovember 1, 2009 ET
Companies need to understand new social media, their benefits and their risks, and devote strategic resources to engage these communities in genuine discussions.
A word is mightier than money
MoneyOctober 25, 2009 ET
According to new research, when your company is wrong it's much better to say "sorry" than to offer money to customers. They won't take it, anyway.
Make sure the CEO's doing his job
Gold medalOctober 18, 2009 ET
To have a celebrity CEO in the company is not always a good idea. After winning several awards, superstar CEOs tend to spend more time writings books and playing golf than doing some serious work in the company.
The truth is in the letters
HandwritingSeptember 27, 2009 ET
When a company is searching for a new manager or employees, a recruiter would like to know is the candidate telling the truth. The new research shows that a simple look at the handwriting can reveal how sincere he is.
Patent, trade secret or copyright?
Idea protectionSeptember 13, 2009 ET
You have experience, knowledge and good idea for a successful business. How can you protect the most important part - the idea - and what are your options?
Advertise but don't interrupt
TV commercialsAugust 23, 2009 ET
Television is widely recognized as the sacred ground of media planners. However, a good commercial at the wrong time may have devastating results.
Narcissistic bosses destroy company
EgoAugust 9, 2009 ET
When a company goes down the managers is to blame. The research shows that many lapses in judgment can be traced to selfishness and ego too big to swallow.
Patents are from the past
patentAugust 2, 2009 ET
Patents spur technological progress, foster innovation, and increase economic activity, rigth? Not quite, the patent laws are one hundred years old and times changed dramaticaly since.
A joke a day can keep the failure away
positive momentJuly 12, 2009 ET
What do you need to win an important contract and leave your competitors in the dust? Believe it or not, you need small positive moments every day. They will lead you to success.
People still love pen and paper
paperJuly 5, 2009 ET
The more people experience communication overload the more they will use your laptop or smartphone, right? Wrong. Organizational norms determines how individuals use their gadgets during a meeting.