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Expansionists, brokers, and conveners

In her new book, Yale School of Management professor Marissa King explores the topographies of three network models and the networking styles of their builders.
by Theodore Kinni
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The power of power consciousness

Businesses benefit when they help their employees understand the different types of power relationships that shape workplaces.
by Josh Levs
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Mutual respect

In her new book, Freelancers Union founder Sara Horowitz urges people to rely less on government and more on a powerful cooperative spirit.
by Mike Jakeman
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In one of the largest global surveys of workers, people revealed a mostly optimistic story, but one with some concerning undercurrents.
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The cyborg behind the sales counter

Equipping employees with wearable or implantable AI devices may improve efficiency, but firms must weigh ethical concerns and prepare customers for the new experience.
by Matt Palmquist
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What makes the rich steal?

In his novel The Embezzler, Louis Auchincloss delved into the true story of Richard Whitney, a patrician financier who lost it all.
by Daniel Akst
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Seeing, doing, and imagining

Judea Pearl’s ladder of causation defines three levels of managerial decision-making prowess.
by Theodore Kinni
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Battling the bots

In his new book, Futureproof, Kevin Roose provides useful advice for humans on life amid rampant automation.
by Mike Jakeman

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