New research considers whether black women in leadership roles escape backlash.
How the science of networks can help remedy the persistent underrepresentation of women on corporate boards.
Fairness is a good business practice, but there are some surprising aspects to it that managers should be prepared to handle, explains Joel Brockner in his latest book.
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.
How can corporations play neighboring states’ regulations off each other to identify the best environment for doing business?
How innovation and foreign ownership help high-performing firms reach even higher.
When male CEOs have daughters, relative pay for women at their firms goes up, narrowing the persistent gender wage gap.
Incentives can sometimes destroy the benefits that peer pressure provides in organizations.
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