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A sign on a light in a startup office that reads, "Sorry for the inconvenience, but we are trying to change the world." Reuters/Thomas Peter
March 11, 2015

How to Preserve a Startup Culture as a Company Grows

The intense atmosphere at startups can make conflicts difficult to resolve.


Someone's hands moving while talking during a meeting.
January 14, 2015

Zakary Tormala: Why Certainty Matters in Business

A psychologist explores what makes our attitudes change over time.


Office table and workers shaking hands
February 20, 2015

Jeffrey Pfeffer: Why Companies No Longer Reward Loyal Employees

Repaying favors is the norm in our personal lives, but not in the workplace.
Insights into the way companies operate on a global scale throughout the world.


Jeffrey Pfeffer
March 19, 2015

Jeffrey Pfeffer: Power (and How to Get More of It)

A professor of organizational behavior describes how you can increase your influence at work.


A trader plays a computer game in the trading room of the Shanghai Petroleum Exchange. | Reuters/Aly Song
March 18, 2015

How a Bit of Play Might Lead to Better Work

The CEO of Badgeville says companies that “gamify” their workplaces could see more engagement and productivity.

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December 1, 2004

How Do We Work Together on Sustainable Development?

Top U.S. environmentalists note that most Americans are "pro-environment," but the lack of a unified approach hinders progress.
October 1, 2004

Even the Furniture Can Affect Business Attitudes

A study shows that design cues can put people in a competitive or collaborative frame of mind.
April 1, 2004

Deborah Gruenfeld: Diverse Teams Produce Better Decisions

Research suggests that those with a team's minority viewpoint force the majority to think more and consider diverse evidence.
March 12, 2004

Leonard Lauder: "We're a Family in Business, Not a Family Business"

The second-generation leader of Estee Lauder Companies explains why taking the business public was key to global expansion.
February 1, 2004

Paul Oyer: New CEOs Don't Always Mean Executive Turnover

Research shows that CEOs promoted from within are much more likely to retain the senior management team.
January 1, 2004

What We're Missing When We Study Success

A researcher argues that a research gap in understanding failure skews how we understand success.
October 1, 2003

Research: Why Some Workers Fear Virtual Teams

Remote collaboration can increase efficiency, but some fear that freely pooling their knowledge may make them obsolete.
September 15, 2003

Jeffrey Pfeffer: Too Much Management Can Block Innovation

Even some well-established practices may be counterproductive
June 15, 2003

Stereotypes Do Reinforce the Status Quo

Research establishes cause and effect between exposure to certain stereotypes and subsequent agreement with statements that support current social norms.