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The Economics of IKEA: Why Does Labor Lead to Love?

Loved (or loathed) by millions, IKEA is the worlds largest furniture retailer with a unique business model. Their brilliantly designed flat-pack furniture means the customer does the work, and IKEA has a low-cost, high-profit outcome. One of the secrets of IKEA’s success has been identified as ‘the IKEA Effect’, which states that people are more …

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The Age of Mobility

3 trends for work, workforce and workplace I’m sure you’d agree that the iPhone (first released in 2007) represents a great example of innovation in the modern era. The years since (for both the iPhone and Hargraves which launched in 2006) have been ones of unprecedented change and disruption. Our research of trends and best …

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Is your organisation ready to be truly innovative?

Often wonder why, despite your departments’ efforts and success at being innovative, the rest of your organisation just doesn’t get it and regards you as an irritant. It may be because your organisation doesn’t have the capability nor the innovation maturity to perform consistently at this level. Some sections of your organisation can, and maybe …

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