Placing greater trust in one's feelings can help us forecast future events.
From the archive: Tory Higgins explains what managers and other leaders stand to gain by looking past simple carrot-and-stick tactics for motivating others.
Outsize increases in executive pay — set off by the Internet stock boom — originate in social connections and peer groups rather than simple market dynamics.
The gender gap persists at the leadership level in top US companies. What can be done?
From the archive: Men’s honest overconfidence — not overt discrimination — may play an important role in male domination of the C-suite.
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.
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