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Modupe Akinola explains how integrating biological measures into organizational research yields intriguing new insights into workplace behavior.
In their new book, Noel Capon and Gary Tubridy ’83 argue that successful organizations place sales at the front of their business plans, creating stronger customer relationships and higher profits.
Simple mortgage modification programs may encourage a high rate of strategic default for those whose homes aren’t at risk of foreclosure.
Established businesses can reinvigorate their products and services, says Rita McGrath, if they are willing to cast aside assumptions that impede the development of new business models.
New research shows that investors may lose out on potential returns by waiting too long to capitalize on new opportunities, seeking assurance in others' taking the first risk.
Research shows how online remote employment agencies can provide a crucial "stamp of approval" for inexperienced workers.
When it comes to life's biggest decisions, we make our choices harder than they may really be.
New research suggests that Sarbanes-Oxley has increased companies' focus on cash management, resulting in camouflaged earnings management.
New research shows that product quality and safety improves when suppliers bear equal responsibility for warranty costs.
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