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CEO of Ford Motor, Alan Mulally
October 23, 2014
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Charles O’Reilly: Finding a Corporate Culture that Drives Growth

Adaptive cultures minimize predictability and encourage innovation.
Insights and ideas on operations, information, and technology, including the management of systems, processes, and networks.

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A t-shirt says "I love my job"
September 17, 2014
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Harikesh Nair: Human Resources’ Big Data Moment

A marketing professor explains how workplace analytics can transform how companies hire, evaluate, motivate, and retain employees.

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings
November 3, 2014
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Netflix Founder Reed Hastings: Make as Few Decisions as Possible

The CEO of Netflix discusses what he's learned while redefining movie-watching.

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David Bradford (Photo by Amy Harrity)
October 8, 2013
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David L. Bradford: How Do You Manage Up in the Workplace?

The co-author of Influencing Up describes how to build a more productive relationship with the boss.
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Worker in a metal warehouse.
October 6, 2014
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Nicholas Bloom: Decentralized Firms are More Recession-Proof

Research shows that flexibility wins in bad economic times.

Latest Stories in Management

August 1, 1998
Written

John Jost: Women Undervalue Themselves in Setting Pay Rates

In one startling study, women paid themselves 18% less than the men paid themselves for identical work.
September 1, 1997
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Why Some Managers Won't Let Go

A study reveals the tendency of leaders to inflate the worth of work produced with their direct oversight.
June 1, 1996
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What Do You Do When Industry Dynamics Fundamentally Change?

The way firms recognize and negotiate "strategic inflection points" determines their fate.