1 September 2021

Turning to the crowd for solutions

Businesses have a limited capacity in comprehending and discovering solutions for their difficulties. The cumulative internal knowledge bases often cannot satisfy the needs of organizations. Traditionally, […]
10 June 2021

The effect of crowd in fund-raising

One of the basic concerns of entrepreneurs is about how to access money for their operations. There are several options; however, depending on the country that […]
3 May 2021

Cyber Awareness in startups: Proper Timings and Business Model Innovation

Do the startup founders know about cybersecurity-related issues? If yes, at what stage of their organization’s progress, they became familiar with it, and how do they […]
2 February 2021

Recent publication on investment decision; a neuroscience approach

In the popular assumption that FAA (frontal alpha asymmetry) is connected with commercial pleasure, contradictory data has arisen in the literature as to its association with […]
22 January 2021

An underestimated innovation source

We acquire knowledge from different sources that need to be combined together in order to have a more appealing supply. But what are the sources and […]
25 November 2020

Firms and the market, when can neuroscience be helpful?

Reading the degree of corporate competition today needs the declination of new variables that have an impact on the process of generating economic and social value. […]
19 November 2020

Family firms and Industry 4.0 innovation: a new study

Industrial districts have undergone dramatic changes in recent decades, also due to the emergence of disruptive digital technologies connected to Industry 4.0. Although firms belonging to industrial districts share a particular and homogeneous context, know-how, and […]
14 July 2020

Innovation-based needs or need-based innovations?

Classic literature in Psychology refers to human needs as existent, ready-to-fulfill. However, classic research in Innovation literature explained that the creative destruction of incumbents is not […]
20 May 2020

Crisis Times Drive New Forms of Innovation

It is of no surprise that innovations occur during hard times. One driver of innovation in societies is the urge of users. Users of a product […]
8 April 2020

Family firms’ agility during pandemic crisis

The very early stage of entrepreneurship takes place when an individual identifies a business opportunity based on his/her knowledge/ experience. One’s risk-taking attitude might enable him/her […]
3 March 2020

Cultural identity and historical businesses

One of the most prominent factors that distinguishes family firms is their cultural identity, that can be hardly found within the corporations and public businesses. On […]