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SEJ: New Study Suggests a Strong Link Between Social Entrepreneurship and Language

The rise in social entrepreneurship over the last 20 years denotes a major global economic and political movement. Social entrepreneurs generate substantial positive outcomes, but while they make up 2% or…

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SEJ Video Abstract | Strategic leadership in liminal space

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Strategy Imagination Forum: Work Will Never Be the Same featuring Deborah Lovich, BCG

In this Strategy Imagination Forum session, Deborah Lovich, Managing Director & Senior Partner at the Boston office of Boston Consulting Group, examines four critical areas: how we work, how we…

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Contrasting Forms of Organizing Economic Activity in an Open and maybe Not So Open World

Some believe that the distinctions firms face regarding the economic and social outcomes of their operations are all-encompassing. Others believe that the expectations are unclear, and the world is not…

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SEJ Video Abstract | Framing Exploration of Digital Opportunities at Hierarchical Interfaces

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Strategy Practice Interest Group

The Strategy Practice Interest Group is an inclusive community that provides a space for engagement and the sharing of ideas among strategy academics as well as professionals and managers that make strategic decisions.

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What Makes Social Entrepreneurship So Strong in Certain Western Societies?  

There has been a meteoric rise in social entrepreneurship in Western societies over the last 20 years. According to a 2020 UN report, social enterprises (organizations using business practices to…

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How to nurture and develop your ecosystem: Insights for ecosystem architects

What insights does strategy research offer to practitioners interested in nurturing the creation and ongoing development of a range of different types of ecosystems? In our introduction to an SMS…

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Breakdown of Novelty and Product Revenues by Middleware Use

Development Tools: Enabling Innovation, but at What Cost?

In a growing number of settings, product development is based on standardized tools that make it easier than ever to create a product and bring it to market. In the…

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Innovation Language Pays Off for Women in Rewards-Based Crowdfunding Campaigns

A new study finds that women can benefit from making innovation claims, especially in male-typed contexts like technology. By Sarah Steimer Male entrepreneurs have traditionally had the upper hand over their…

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