Management

To Reap Innovation’s Rewards, Team Up

Ideas at Work: Feature
July 23, 2014
Why does new technology spread so slowly in many industries?
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Competing With Bias

Ideas at Work: Feature
April 3, 2014

Research shows how discrimination works in the hiring process and suggests that science and tech firms that leave it unaddressed may overlook talented female candidates.

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Feedback Doesn’t Have to be Stressful

Ideas at Work: Feature
Modupe Akinola |  December 28, 2015
An expert on stress and performance, Modupe Akinola discusses how new techniques emerging in the field could reduce unnecessary stress in the office.
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Six things running taught me about leading

Ideas at Work: Feature
Malia Mason & Peter Wiegand |  October 29, 2015

A life-long runner, associate professor Malia Mason reflects on what the sport taught her about leadership.

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10 Ways to Create a Culture of Open Communication

Columbia Business: Your Careers
Alexander Tuff ’03 |  June 19, 2015

Creating a culture of open communication can be one of the best ways to inspire excellent performance, improve employee morale, and foster a warmer corporate culture, says Alexander Tuff ’03.

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Executive in Residence Jack Mitchell: Hug Your Customers

Columbia Business: News
By Agatha Gilmore |  April 14, 2015

At Mitchells Family of Stores, a three-generation family clothing business, knowing the customer is the modus operandi

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Your Secrets Are Weighing You Down

Ideas at Work: Feature
March 30, 2015

Research finds the experience of keeping a secret is akin to carrying a physical weight, diminishing motivation and performance.

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Affable Art

Columbia Business: Spotlight
Agatha Gilmore |  February 27, 2015

Andrew Ansorge ’76 is vice president and controller for Swann Galleries, a boutique auction house on East 25th Street.

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Mission Control

Columbia Business: Your Careers
Alexander Tuff ’03 |  January 23, 2015

Alexander Tuff ’03 reveals six mistakes you might be making with your mission, vision, and values statements — and how to avoid them.

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How Not to Issue an Ebola Quarantine

Ideas at Work: Viewpoints
Joel Brockner |  December 17, 2014
The nurse in the Ebola quarantine flap is a reminder that it hurts when decisions go against us, but it hurts a lot more when you feel you’ve also been disrespected in the process.
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