Let Values Drive Your Board
Cynthia E. Clark

The corporate governance of firms and the role of the board of directors are at a crossroads. On the one hand, it has never been more vital to the workings of a business. On the other, it has never been more challenging. As boards grapple with new regulations about transparency and accountability, sustainability concerns, executive…

The Return of the State
Mette Morsing

Society chooses its dead (Sartre, 1976)[1]   A pandemic could be the context where the world sets aside differences and globally agree on how to best navigate our societies through the crisis. A pandemic does not distinguish between geographies, gender, ethnicity, or religion. Global solidarity, collaboration across old boarders, and a collective flexible humanitarian response…

Category 2: Initiatives on improving research credibility

Ā Center for Open Science offers The Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) guidelines. Established in 2015, COS holds the view that ā€œtransparency, open sharing, and reproducibility are core values of scienceā€, and that ā€œjournals, funders and scholarly societies can increase reproducibility of research by adopting TOP guidelines.ā€ Published in 2015, TOP includes eight modular standards, each…

Joining Forces for Powerful Research
Terri Griffith

Business schools began in partnership with businesses. We maintain relationships with our business communities through formal relationships with advisory boards, career centers, and adjunct faculty. As we strive for responsible research in business and management, perhaps we can look to stronger/more prevalent formal business relationships related to our research. Perhaps weā€™ll soon see corporate names…