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Innovation in COVID times

August 2020: El Dia, Spain (In Spanish), W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne: ¡No hay huevos! Charo Izquierdo 12.08.2020 | 23:00 ¡No hay huevos! Los investigadores W. Chan Kim y Renée Mauborgne, ambos profesores de la Escuela de Negocios INSEAD, desarrollaron la teoría de...

A better way to onboard AI

July 2020: Business Day, Nigeria, Boris Babic, Theodoros Evgeniou. In a 2018 Workforce Institute survey of 3,000 managers across eight industrialized nations, the majority of respondents described artificial intelligence as a valuable productivity tool. It’s easy to...

How Spotify and TikTok beat their copycats

July 2020: HBR US, Jason Davis and Vikas A. Aggarwal. In the digital economy, the race is often won by imitators who turn out to be more agile and creative than even the most successful first movers. Take the case of Snapchat. Created in 2011, it quickly reeled in...

A new world war over technology

July 2020: CNN Business, Hong Kong, Michael Witt. Analysis by Jill Disis, CNN Business Updated 0047 GMT (0847 HKT) July 11, 2020 Hong Kong (CNN Business)Nations and companies around the world are being sucked into a running battle over the future of technology between...

Investors looking to delay startup exits due to COVID-19: Survey

June 30: Al Khaleej Today, Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Dubai. We show you our most important and recent visitors news details Investors looking to delay startup exits due to COVID-19: Survey in the following article INSEAD, the Business School for the World, and...

Make Sure Your Business Lives to See the Post-COVID Resurgence

May 2020, Sameer Hasija: Five Ways to Protect Your Business Now We are beginning to see the business casualties of COVID-19. The bankruptcy of established brands like J C Penney, Hertz, Gold's Gym, or the myriad of SMEs bankruptcies, shows that this coronavirus is not...

Extreme personalisation: could AI get us out of lockdown?

May 2020: Maija Palmer, Sifted, UK: Theodoros Evgeniou, Big Tech-style prediction engines should be used to give people highly personalised health risk information as Covid-19 lockdowns are eased. Governments should be using artificial intelligence to create...