Managers and management scientists are in agreement that the way to future success lies in moving away from traditional prescriptions for strategy. Merely defending a competitive advantage is tantamount to stagnation. Inventing something new does not guarantee success, but nor does imitating one’s rival. This raises the question of how a firm is to stay on its feet in a swiftly changing competitive landscape.
The latest issue of RSM Discovery magazine offers thought-provoking articles related to this and other topics that are sure to be of great interest to readers in all walks and at every level of business. These articles include:
- Why cross-sector partnerships are integral to achieving sustainable development
- How big data analytics can help solve “wicked problems”
- Value creation through Integrated Reporting
- The role of emotions in accounting fraud
- How and why businesses should build ambidextrous teams
- Doing more in less time: are productivity metrics really of value?
- Streamlining the recruitment process with pre-screening algorithms
Published by Rotterdam School of Management and available in print and digital formats, RSM Discovery magazine ensures that forward-looking executives are one step ahead of their competitors courtesy of the latest in management thinking to come out of one of Europe’s top business schools.
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