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Quantum Complexity Theory
This paper gives the first formal evidence that quantum Turing machines violate the modern (complexity theoretic) formulation of the Church--Turing thesis, and proves that bits of precision suffice to support a step computation.
Quantum complexity theory
This dissertation proves that relative to an oracle chosen uniformly at random, the class NP cannot be solved on a quantum Turing machine in time $o(2\sp{n/2}).$ and gives evidence suggesting that quantum Turing Machines cannot efficiently solve all of NP.
Strengths and Weaknesses of Quantum Computing
It is proved that relative to an oracle chosen uniformly at random with probability 1 the class $\NP$ cannot be solved on a quantum Turing machine (QTM) in time $o(2^{n/2})$.
Making Transparency Transparent: The Evolution of Observation in Management Theory
Observation is key to management scholarship and practice. Yet a holistic view of its role in management has been elusive, in part due to shifting terminology. The current popularity of the term
The Transparency Paradox
Using data from embedded participant-observers and a field experiment at the second largest mobile phone factory in the world, located in China, I theorize and test the implications of transparent
Beyond the Holacracy Hype
The authors’ research and experience suggest that elements of self-organization can be valuable tools for companies of all kinds, and they look at circumstances where it makes more sense to blend the new approaches with traditional models.
Facts and Figuring: An Experimental Investigation of Network Structure and Performance in Information and Solution Spaces
The results show that network clustering has opposite effects for these two important and complementary forms of exploration, which provides a sharper tool for structuring organizations for knowledge work and reveals challenges inherent in manipulating network structure to enhance performance.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was established by Congress as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform package passed in response to the devastating 2008 financial crisis. It works
The transparency trap.
By balancing transparency and privacy, organizations can capture the benefits of both, and encourage just the right amount of "positive deviance" needed to increase innovation and productivity.
All's Fair in Love, War & Bankruptcy? Corporate Governance Implications of CEO Turnover in Financial Distress
Prior discussions of management turnover during financial distress have examined bankrupt and non-bankrupt firms as distinct groupings with little overlap. Separately investigating rates of turnover