Research: Analogical Reasoning, Generating Innovative Ideas With the Help of Customers
All innovation processes begin with the generation of new ideas, the majority of which end up not being useful. To improve this process, businesses are involving customers. However, the quality of ideas generated by customers is often quite...
Research: How Do Consumers Evaluate Corporate Social Responsibility?
From fighting poverty and illness to providing disaster relief, corporations around the world dedicate considerable resources to corporate social responsibility (CSR). Contributions come in a variety of forms such as monetary donations, the donation...
Research: Entrepreneurship, understanding Technology-Based Competitive Advantage
Policy-makers, researchers and entrepreneurs generally agree that R...
Research: Audit Market Dynamics: the French Perspective on Mandatory Joint Audits
The audit industry has garnered increasing attention from policy makers, in particular since the demise of Arthur Andersen in 2002. The industry is marked by the fact it has only four major players known as the Big 4. The concentration of audit...
Research: Indulgences or Abuse of Indulgences, a New Perspective on Corporate Sins
From environmental damage to product malfunctions or bribery, businesses around the world are often responsible for wrongdoing. However, assessing the moral stature of a business is considered to be a notoriously difficult task. Not only are...
Research: Health Industry, Technological Innovation Tied to Business Model Innovation
With the growth of digital tools and applications, many industries are faced with the arrival of new players. This latest study explores the use of applications in the healthcare industry in order to better compare the innovation capacity between...