ADHD gives entrepreneurs an edge
Companies are looking for candidates with cognitive differences because they’re very skilled at certain tasks. Those with ADHD are known to be more curious, creative, imaginative and innovative.
Startups spark more innovations in emerging industries than established companies do
This article looks at how the dynamic interplay between startups and established companies, is vital for the development of emerging industries fueled by new technologies.
How should boards handle visionary CEOs?
Some CEOs are fueled by strong convictions of the strategic direction their companies should take, but their boards sometimes don’t share their visions. Read what the researchers have to say.
The fate of novel ideas
Why do some good ideas take years to win widespread embrace? This research project sets out to identify the hurdles.
Optimistic thinking linked with lower cognitive abilities
This interesting new research shows how excessive optimism is associated with lower cognitive skills, and reveals those high on cognitive ability, tend to be more realistic in expectations about the future.
Givers to crowdfunding campaigns enjoy vicarious success
How does crowdfunding success give contributors the sense they are part of something bigger than themselves and gain a sense of ownership?
Founder personality could predict start-up success
The rate of success in start-ups is statistically low. So, what makes the seemingly lucky few not only survive, but thrive?
Growth of large operators threatens existence of grassroots coworking spaces
How is the coworking office space landscape changing post Covid?
Entrepreneurs' brains: researchers reveal increased cognitive flexibility
Greater cognitive flexibility enables entrepreneurs to alternate effectively between exploration and exploitation, a balance crucial to success.
Diverse teams survive longer when facing changes in the business environment
In times of rapid change, will a diverse leadership team work best? When conditions are more settled, is a more homogeneous team required?
A strong link between social entrepreneurship and language
The probability that an individual is a social entrepreneur increased when there was weak rule of law, weak property rights and strong corruption.
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