Catherine Lespérance explains why the use of algorithms to determine whether an employee is efficient enough to stay on the payroll is controversial, and how to overcome the challenges of using algorithms in human resources to better modernise HR departments.
Sometimes, projects get out of hand but leaders keep at it. Prof. Frédéric Fréry explains how to put a stop to the ‘escalation of commitment’.
Louis-David Benyayer takes a look at a scientific paper shedding light on the process by which big tech companies use data to enter regulated markets.
Marlene Hohn and Christian Durach comment on an article claiming that 3D printing could be the key to a sustainable fashion industry.
“It’s not a matter of how much more resilient global supply chains should become, but how they do it”
Tra My Le comments on an article published by The Economist claiming that too much supply chain resilience is dangerous.
Do you know the story of GoPuff, Gorillas and Getir, among others? Prof. Frédéric Fréry explains how this military doctrine applies to the economic field.
Ben Voyer comments on an article about the resignation of Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, and shares how he sees failure as an educator and researcher.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer reflects on an article published by HBR making the case for in-company data.