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YOUR SECRETS ARE KILLING YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Press Release | April 30, 2015
New research from Columbia Business School finds the burden of secrecy akin to carrying excess physical weight
McDonald’s Axes Seven Sandwiches in Push to Get Menu Right
Media Mentions | April 28, 2015 | Bloomberg News
Professor Michelle Greenwald says McDonald’s should go for quality not quantity and cut their burger number in half because if you have a really, really good burger, you don’t need a million.
Blue Bell Creameries: What It Can Learn from past Recalls
Media Mentions | April 22, 2015 | ABCNews.com
Professor Michelle Greenwald cites Johnson & Johnson’s response in 1982 to admit the problem of cyanide contamination in its Tylenol products right away and pull it the product off of shelves as the best example of handling a product recall.
Fabrizio Ferri Wins Best Paper Award From John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance
School News | April 03, 2015
Wanted: Flexible Corporate Strategies for Fast Times
Media Mentions | March 25, 2015 | The Financial Times
Professor Rita McGrath questions whether strategic competitive advantage is still a useful concept in a world where everything is in flux prompting corporate leaders to concentrate more on flexibility and execution.
Grading Teachers by the Test
Media Mentions | March 24, 2015 | The New York Times
Research from Professors Ray Fisman and Jonah Rockoff is featured in the national debate about measuring teaching quality and accountability in US schools.
How to Build a Family-Owned Agency That Will Last
Media Mentions | March 20, 2015 | Advertising Age
Professor Michael Preston states that more than half of family-owned businesses don't surpass the first generation due to fears of perceptions of favoritism, reporting issues, generational compatibility and competency.
How the 'Uber Effect' Is Changing Work
Media Mentions | March 13, 2015 | CNBC.com
Professor Rita McGrath states that on-demand service platforms force everyone to compete in the open market, and therefore pushes things to the lowest common denominator, which doesn't always benefit the worker.
Target and the Not so Mysterious Mystery of Customer Service Failures
Media Mentions | March 11, 2015 | Fortune
Professor Rita McGrath bylines article stating that businesses achieve extraordinary results when they are in touch with their customers and stumble when they lose sight of that fact.
McDonald's Needs to Make 3 Changes to Compete with Chipotle
Media Mentions | March 02, 2015 | Business Insider
Professor Michelle Greenwald says McDonald’s restaurants have a dated feel and doesn’t give you the feeling that you want to go back.
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