Tag Archives: Management

The corporation as AI

Here is a curio for you: The science fiction author Charles Stross delivering a keynote speech at the 34th Chaos Communication Congress in Leipzig, December 2017. I am a great fan of science fiction in general, and of Charlie Stross’ … Continue reading

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Can luxury ever be ethical?

This article was first published in the Historic Futures blog.   How can companies in the luxury segment be responsible? For a long time it has been assumed that companies producing luxury articles are immune to concerns about wider societal concerns and … Continue reading

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Biodiversity Offsets As Corporate Responsibility: Opportunity Or Paradox?

This article was first published in the Ecosystem Marketplace blog.   A visit to the SpeciesBanking website confirms what specialists have known for some time: that the practice of offsetting impacts to biodiversity is widespread. And while national, regional and local practices … Continue reading

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Transparency and technology: blockchain

Here is an interesting article on the potential usages and advantages of employing blockchain to manage supply chains. It’s an interesting piece, and deserves reading. I like the fact that the author clearly identifies a number of instances in which … Continue reading

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Article: Untangling the trust-control nexus

An article co-authored by myself has recently been published in the European Management Journal. Titled (deep breath!) Untangling the trust-control nexus in international buyer-supplier exchange relationships: An investigation of the changing world regarding relationship length, it explores how trust between … Continue reading

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