Pedro M. Gardete: Should Competitors Share Information?
Concealing knowledge could hurt your company and your industry.
In some industries, keeping valuable market data secret does more harm than good.
A Stanford assistant professor of marketing says there are times when pooling information can help you get big-picture perspective, avoid market turbulence and build a stronger company in the long run.
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How Savvy Shoppers Undermined India’s Great Cash Swap
Consumers used retail transactions to keep an estimated $1.5 billion out of the country’s tax system.
Magic Words: Change What You Say to Inspire and Influence Others
In this episode, Jonah Berger, PhD ’07, shares the secret to persuading others and getting your ideas to catch on.
You Might Be Trying to Get the Wrong People to Vote Your Way
If you want to be efficient when it comes to influencing others, focus on those who are already (sort of) on your side.