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AccountingThe Dark Side of the Audit Firm Rotation Rule The Italian case shows that rotation increases costs without improving quality, according to a study by Cameran, Marra, Pettinicchio and Francis. And its implementation in larger markets such as the US could be troublesome Knowledge Bocconi Knowledge Bocconi
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Innovation and Change Which Are the World's "Smartest" Cities? Tokyo is the most developed city in the world, but is it the best city to live in? From a global point of view it may be, but not if what we value most is social cohesion. The IESE Cities in Motion Index enables an objective comparison of cities along 10 dimensions, measuring their sustainability and the quality of life of their inhabitants. As the IESE Cities in Motion report shows, there is no single model of success. IESE Insight - Relevant Business Knowledge IESE Insight - Relevant Business Knowledge
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CalBusiness - The Magazine of the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley CalBusiness - The Magazine of the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley Douglas E. Goldman, MD, BA ’74, has been honored as the school’s Business Leader of the Year in recognition of his generous contributions to Haas, Berkeley, and the Bay Area. Goldman carries on a long tradition of giving passed down by his ancestors, including Levi Strauss and Walter A. Haas Sr. > Read More Alumnae Kristin Groos Richmond and Kirsten Saenz Tobey, both MBA 06, have been recognized with the Haas School’s Leading Through Innovation Award for their bold efforts to serve healthy meals to schoolchildren across the county through their company, Revolution Foods. > Read More
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Harvard Business School has a long tradition of practice-oriented research and teaching that has a profound and far-reaching impact on business and management education world wide. HBS Working Knowledge is a forum for innovation in business practice, offering readers a first look at cutting-edge thinking from HBS faculty, and the opportunity to both influence and use these concepts before they enter mainstream management practice. Every day, HBSWK features new work from among the more than 200 HBS faculty at the forefront of their diverse fields of expertise, providing a valuable source of inspiration for executives, entrepreneurs, and managers seeking to keep their organizations at the leading edge of innovation and change. Staff Sean Silverthorne, Editor-in-Chief Carmen Nobel, Senior Editor About Us About Us
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Some 140 years ago, Leland Stanford became intrigued by what seemed like a straightforward question but was a matter of real debate among horseracing enthusiasts: Does a running horse at some point in its gait maintain all four feet off the ground? To find out, Stanford invited the photographer Eadweard Muybridge to conduct a series of experiments. On what’s now part of Stanford University campus, he set up a series of cameras triggered by trip wires to snap a quick series of shots as Stanford’s Kentucky-bred mare Sallie Gardner galloped around a track. Their finding, to the surprise of both the art and science communities, was that the answer was yes. Stanford’s efforts to discover the answer to this question is illustrative of something deep in the DNA of the university he founded soon after: a thirst for knowledge and understanding, and for innovative approaches to problem solving. Business Magazine Autumn 2011 Business Magazine Autumn 2011
ParisTech Review - the Online Magazine of ParisTech - Technology, Business, Economy, Society and Individuals

ParisTech Review - the Online Magazine of ParisTech - Technology, Business, Economy, Society and Individuals

A growing segment of the workplace is no longer tied to a single, full-time employer. In the US, as many as 30% of those in today's job market are either self-employed or part-time, and the largest companies report that 30% of their procurement dollars are spent on contingent or fractional workers. While raising concerns, the forces reshaping the nature of work can result in more productive, happier, and sustainable lives. technology and business
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Information Technologies Making Decisions Today for Opportunities Tomorrow Liang, Simon; Singh, Surinderdeep; Viñals, José; Paris, Simon; Gent, Donna; Dreyer, Keith; Ibukun, Awosika In this special collection of podcasts recorded during the IESE Global Alumni Reunion held in Barcelona, Spain, in November 2013, several leading experts in the areas of finance, entrepreneurship, health care, strategy and operations comment on current macroeconomic challenges and how they will shape business in the future. Read article Economics Insight Knowledge Exchange Insight Knowledge Exchange