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Doing One Thing Can Make People Perceive You as More Powerful
Media Mentions | November 26, 2014 | Forbes
Research by Professor Adam Galinsky shows that being in a position of power can alter one’s speech patterns.
How to Convey Power with Your Voice
Media Mentions | November 25, 2014 | Forbes
Professor Adam Galinsky says that simply thinking about a time when you experienced power can help you speak with a more dynamic voice.
Will Calorie Counts on Menus Really Work? Why Obama's Move Won't Turn Most of Us into Biggest Losers
Media Mentions | November 25, 2014 | New York Daily News
Research by Professor Donald Lehmann suggests that simply putting the calorie counts next to all items as opposed to sectioning off the low–calorie options on a menu could lead to healthier choices by consumers.
Think You're Adept at Multi-Tasking? Probably Not
Media Mentions | November 10, 2014 | Inc.
Professor Rita McGrath says what we refer to as “multi-tasking” is actually task-switching in rapid succession and makes a person less productive.
Let Them Eat Lunch
Media Mentions | November 10, 2014 | Slate
Professor Eric Abrahamson says smaller firms with adjacent offices having a shared cafeteria is a reasonable management innovation, but notes few offices would want to bear the costs of having to coordinate things between disparate parties with disparate interests.
12 Business Books You Should Read Right Now
Media Mentions | November 07, 2014 | TIME
Professor Bruce Greenwald’s book, Competition Demystified, is cited as one of the top 12 business books to read.
How to Stop Procrastinating and Get Back to Work
Media Mentions | November 06, 2014 | WNYC
Heidi Grant Halvorson, associate director of the Motivation Science Center, provides tips for overcoming procrastination.
The Expat Dilemma: Foreign Postings Fuel Creativity but Suck up Cash
Media Mentions | November 05, 2014 | Financial Times
Professor Adam Galinsky’s research shows the correlation between foreign professional experience of creative directors and innovation.
Why Some Merchants Say No to Apple Pay
Media Mentions | November 04, 2014 | The Wall Street Journal
Professor Jerry Kim says there’s a simple reason behind why some merchants have chosen not to accept Apple Pay—the desire to lower or avoid interchange fees.
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