Category: Business Strategy

Using data to make smart decisions: 1 + 1 = It’s Not That Simple

Topic: Business Strategy, Decision Making, Evidence Based Management, Statistics Publication: Harvard Business Review (APR 2012) Article: Good Data Won’t Guarantee Good Decisions Authors: S. Shah, A. Horne, and J. Capellá Reviewed By: Megan Leasher   When we were in grade school, we learned that 1 + 1 = 2.  We

A Crash Course in Adopting New Technology—It’s All About The Bandwagon

Topic: Business Strategy, Off the Wall Publication: Journal of Management Article: Closing the Technology Adoption–Use Divide: The Role of Contiguous User Bandwagon Authors: G. Lanzolla & F. F. Suarez Reviewed By: Katie Bachman Did you ever buy something that was really expensive, but you could sort of justify the purchase

The Competitive Advantage Behind Investing in Employees (Human Resource Management)

Topic: Performance, Human Resources, Culture, Business Strategy Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (2012) Article: Impact of High-Performance Work Systems on Individual- and Branch- Level Performance: Test of a Multilevel Model of Intermediate Linkages Authors: Samuel Aryee, Fred O. Walumbwa, Emmanuel Y. M. Seidu, & Lilian E. Otaye Reviewed By: Lauren

Making the Most of an Internal Move (Job Performance)

Topic: Development, Job Performance Publication: Harvard Business Review Title: Get ready for your next assignment Authors: K. S. Milway, A. G. Gregory, J. Davis-Peccoud, and K. Yazbak Reviewed by: Liz Brashier How do we make the most of an internal move? While most managers and executives know about internal role