Clocking Out Early in the C-Suite

Feature  | February 21, 2014

New research finds that family CEOs put in fewer hours than professional CEOs.

Topics: Leadership, Management | Read Article

Do Diverse Teams Work Harder — and Better?

Feature  | December 20, 2013

Individuals who view their colleagues as different than themselves focus less on getting along and more on getting to work.

Topics: Decision Science, Leadership, Management, Organizations | Read Article

Reversing the Brain Drain

Feature  | September 30, 2013

Skilled foreign workers who return home may find transferring knowledge to be surprisingly difficult — but there are remedies.

Topics: Leadership, Organizations, Strategy, World Business | Read Article

Why Are There So Few Women in Corporate Leadership?

Feature  | June 26, 2013

A study suggests the answer is linked to the behavior of both men and women at the top.

Topics: Leadership, Organizations | Read Article

Finding the Fit That Makes Us Tick

Off The Shelf  | June 26, 2013

In a new book, E. Tory Higgins shares the keys to understanding what motivates people — and how to unlock success and influence others.

Topics: Leadership, Organizations | Read Article

Power Rewards

Feature  | May 28, 2013

The mere act of writing about a past experience of power can lead us to appear more confident and powerful to others.

Topics: Leadership, Marketing, Organizations | Read Article

Hedge Fund Activists' Real Returns

Feature  | May 28, 2013

New research shows that stock-price jumps following hedge fund activism are the result of genuine productivity gains, not mere financial engineering.

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Leadership, Operations, Organizations, Strategy | Read Article

It's Good to Be the King

Feature  | May 28, 2013

Research suggests that status influences performance and the ability to cope with stress.

Topics: Leadership, Organizations | Read Article

Precise Offers Are Potent Anchors: Conciliatory Counteroffers and Attributions of Knowledge in Negotiations

Research Brief  | April 29, 2013

Making a precise first offer in a negotiation makes you seem better informed, which leads your counterparty to concede greater value to you.

Topics: Leadership, Strategy | Read Article

Nobody Likes a Rat

Feature  | February 28, 2013

When are colleagues likely to report each other for lying, and what happens when they do?

Topics: Leadership, Organizations, Risk Management | Read Article