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Natural Language Processing in Organizational Research

Natural Language Processing in Organizational Research

Datum:05 oktober 2021
Auteur:Peer Stiegert

Natural language processing (NLP) is located at the intersection of data science, artificial intelligence and linguistics. In a nutshell, it is the process of computers organizing written or spoken human language and analysing it in such a way that the...

'Collaboration theatre' - when cooperation in alliances does not produce tangible output

'Collaboration theatre' - when cooperation in alliances does not produce tangible output

Datum:07 juni 2021
Auteur:Martin Pit

Strategic alliances are formal arrangements between independent firms that involve the exchange, sharing, or co-development of resources or capabilities (Kale & Singh, 2009). Specifically in the current dynamic business environment, alliances are seen as...

Making Telwork Work: The upsides, downsides and the way forward (Part 2)

Making Telework Work: The upsides, downsides and the way forward (Part 2)

Datum:12 mei 2021
Auteur:Jessica de Bloom and Anita Keller

In the previous blog (Part 1) we identified and discussed the upsides and downsides of telework: Positive aspects, such as such as easing societal problems related to densely populated areas, increasing feelings of autonomy and enhanced performance; But...

Making Telework Work: The upsides, downsides and the way forward (Part 1)

Making Telework Work: The upsides, downsides and the way forward (Part 1)

Datum:12 mei 2021
Auteur:Jessica de Bloom and Anita Keller

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, practically overnight, a large share of the working population transitioned to working from home: involuntarily, unprepared and often full-time. While writing this blog, around 50% of the Dutch workforce works from home....

Leading innovation networks: The importance of a compelling vision of the future

Leading innovation networks: The importance of a compelling vision of the future

Datum:19 januari 2021
Auteur:Jesús M. Mascareño

COVID-19 is accelerating intercompany collaboration, as the pandemic is forcing businesses to rethink their products, services and business models. Most contemporary firms do not possess all the necessary competences to successfully innovate independently...

Why do we not listen to outside wisdom and evidence? - The “Not-Invented-Here” syndrome

Why do we not listen to outside wisdom and evidence? - The “Not-Invented-Here” syndrome

Datum:12 oktober 2020
Auteur:Cheng Chen

Information is one of the most important resources needed by organizational teams to survive in the competitive business world. Especially, external information or knowledge which is derived from the outside of the team can benefit team performance and...

People suck at recognizing creative ideas. Here’s a way to overcome this.

People suck at recognizing creative ideas. Here’s a way to overcome this.

Datum:16 januari 2020
Auteur:Marta Wronska

With a multitude of tools for efficient brainstorming, people often find themselves with more creative ideas than they can implement. Then, the hardest part begins: idea evaluation and selection. Perhaps it doesn’t feel this way, but we are exceptionally...