Logistics companies rely on the ideas of their employees to be able to develop, but do these work if these come from abroad? A study conducted by Daan van Knippenberg and Christian Tröster is referenced which concluded people from outside claimed to have valuable ideas for improving the company. However, these people prefer to retain their proposals for themselves.


  • Daan van Knippenberg
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced

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  • Logistik Heute (Online)