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Finding Shakespeare’s Mark - ‘Token’ Female Leader No Solution

Media Mentions | April 19, 2015 | The Boston Globe

Professor David Ross’s research showing the presence of one woman on the executive team of a publicly traded corporation makes it less likely for the executive team to have a second woman is cited.

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Like Starbucks, More Companies Expanding Benefits

Media Mentions | April 10, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

Professor Rita McGrath says employers, especially in the service sector, are starting to see the advantage of investing in their workers by offering the kind of benefits that will help employees be more effective.

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One is Enough: Why There Aren’t More Women Executives

Media Mentions | April 07, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal

Research by Professor David Ross finds that a woman’s chances of securing one of a company’s five highest paid executive jobs drops 51% if there’s already a woman on the management team.  

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Fabrizio Ferri Wins Best Paper Award From John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance

School News | April 03, 2015

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Still Missing: Female Business Leaders

Media Mentions | March 24, 2015 | CNN Money

Corporate America has few female CEOs and if you don't have women in the pipeline, they are not going to get the top job says Professor Rita McGrath.

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Why Hiring Creative Directors with Experience Abroad Can Lead Fashion Houses to New Creative Heights

Press Release | March 23, 2015

Columbia Business School study shows that professional experiences abroad can fuel creative innovations

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Are Online Courses a Threat to Lucrative Executive Education?

Media Mentions | March 08, 2015 | The Financial Times

Michael Malefakis, associate dean, executive education states that among elite schools, executives will always want to have face-to-face programs – it’s the network effect.

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The Key to Success in the Global Workplace Is Being Culturally Fluent

Media Mentions | March 01, 2015 | Quartz

Professor Michael Morris’ research recommends workplaces enter a new office culture – termed polyculturalism  – which seeks to stimulate intercultural dialogue between people instead of the mere acknowledgement of the diversity of staff.

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A New Look at Culture and Its Influence on Individuals and Organizations

Media Mentions | February 25, 2015 |

Research by Professor Michael Morris introduces “Polyculturalism,” a paradigm shift in our understanding of culture.

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5 Signs That You Are a Jerk, and How to Fix it

Media Mentions | February 25, 2015 | Inc.

Research by Professor Dan Ames and Abbie Wazlawek finds that, oftentimes, our self-perception of assertiveness doesn’t match up with how others perceive us in the workplace.

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