Monthly Archives: April 2015

Why are Americans so forgiving for bad English?

I have to admit it: I’ve got a discernible Russian accent. This accent in no way complicates my socializing with multiple American friends and acquaintances. Nor does it prevent me from posting pieces to Pulse (just kidding). And yet, I suspect … Continue reading

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Crowdsourcing data analysis–and everything else

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a troubling finding questioning the objectivity of the traditional market research. A team of scientists from Imperial College London conducted a study on how marketing managers choose products and services. The study showed … Continue reading

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Once again, can money buy innovation?

The question whether companies should incentivize innovation remains one of the most controversial topics in the innovation management field. Some people argue that innovation does not need to be motivated because it’s based on creativity, and creativity feeds on intrinsic … Continue reading

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