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Common Pitfalls in the Decision Making Process

Common Pitfalls in the Decision Making Process Author: Dr. Brady Brewer, Assistant Professor and Associate Director for Research Some business decisions are simple — we make them without much thought or deliberation and carry on as normal. Other larger decisions such...



Five Dimensions of Strategy Execution

Reviewer Dr. Allan W. Gray, Executive Director and Professor Article Conceptualizing and Measuring the ‘Strategy Execution’ Construct. Carla Albuquerque de Oliveira, Jorge Carneiro and Felipe Esteves Journal Journal of Business Research, 105 (2019), 333-344 Summary...



Data-Driven Decision Making in Times of Crisis: Communication

Authors: Dr. Lourival Carmo Monaco Neto, Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr. Allan W. Gray, Executive Director and Professor In this final article in the Data-Driven Decision Making in Times of Crisis series (catch up on previous parts of the series here: 1)...



Creativity, Innovation & the Operational Excellence Paradox

Reviewer Dr. Pete Hammett, Visiting Professor Article Does being mindful make people more creative at work? The role of creative process engagement and perceived leader humility Journal Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Summary Creativity and...



Using Crisis to Shape Your Market

Reviewer Dr. Lourival Carmo Monaco Neto, Postdoctoral Research Associate Article Don’t adapt, shape! Use the crisis to shape your minimum viable system – And the wider market by Suvi Nenonen and Kaj Storbacka Journal Industrial Marketing Management 88, 2020,...






Data-Driven Decision Making in Times of Crisis: Data Analysis

Authors: Dr. Lourival Carmo Monaco Neto, Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr. Allan W. Gray, Executive Director and Professor In this multi-part blog series about data-driven decision making in times of crisis, we have  argued that intelligence, not data itself, is the...



A Series on Decision Making Part 2: Views on Decision Making

Author: Dr. Pete Hammett, Visiting Professor The volume of material and research on the topic of decision making is astounding. From what I’ve seen, we can categorize these insights into two critical influencers in the decision-making process: how leaders reflect...



Resilience and Antifragility in the Face of Disruption

Article Approaches for Resilience and Antifragility in Collaborative Business Ecosystems by Ramezani, Javaneh and Luis M. Camarinha-Matos Journal Technological Forecasting & Social Change. 151 (2020). Reviewer Dr. Allan W. Gray, Executive Director and Professor...



Monitoring Sources of Disruption

Reviewer Dr. Lourival Carmo Monaco Neto, Postdoctoral Research Associate Article The 11 Sources of Disruption Every Company Must Monitor by Amy Webb Journal MIT Sloan Management Review. Spring 2020. Pages 65-70   The idea of disruption describes a process in...