- Homicide, David Simon’s classic study of Baltimore’s detective squads, contains powerful management lessons.
- January 20, 2021 by Daniel AkstFriday, the Thirteenth, a classic 1907 novel by the muckraker and stock manipulator Thomas Lawson, reminds us that telling stories can weaponize resentment.
- The combination of data analytics and artificial intelligence can give organizations a competitive advantage and mitigate risk along the value chain.
- June 26, 2020 by Daniel AkstGeorge Bernard Shaw’s 1905 play Major Barbara, the best stage drama written about business, has lessons that resonate with today’s audiences.
- December 10, 2019 by Adam KahaneThe movie shows that diverse individuals can work together to overcome extraordinarily daunting challenges.
- October 1, 2019 by Daniel AkstThe classic Nikolai Gogol satire from 1842 provides keen insight into the endurance of charismatic financial hustlers.
- August 19, 2019 by Linda Rodriguez McRobbieWhy companies need to tread carefully in this unregulated space.
- It’s important for employees to express concern when they see something disturbing. Here’s how to make everyone understand that their voice is valued.
- It’s not the algorithm behaving badly, but how we define fairness that determines an artificial intelligence system’s impact.
- November 8, 2018 by Linda Rodriguez McRobbieThe surprising ways machine learning can pick up when we fail.
- October 12, 2018 by Art KleinerThe entrepreneurial credo at the heart of Stewart Brand’s underground publication has shaped our world.
- June 26, 2018 by Mark GimeinIn their new book, Eric A. Posner and E. Glen Weyl argue that rethinking the ownership of assets can lead to greater economic efficiency and equality. See also “Summer Reading: 8 Business Books – in Pictures”
- June 19, 2018 by Deborah UngerIn recent years, a host of legal changes have afforded more protection for people who call out wrongdoing in their organizations.
- January 29, 2018 by Laura W. GellerCarnegie Mellon professor Taya Cohen explains the connection between moral character and workplace performance.
- December 12, 2017 by Jan AlexanderCan software and analytics help investors figure out if corporate leaders really mean what they say?
- December 6, 2017 by Art KleinerAccording to Adam Smith scholar Ryan Patrick Hanley, executives can navigate today’s turbulence only by learning to see themselves as others might see them.
- November 20, 2017 by Scott OlsenCompanies can’t expect to compete if they’re not open about how and why people are compensated.
- October 26, 2017 by Matt PalmquistA subtle suggestion from management can positively influence employee behavior, but a heavy-handed approach is likely to backfire.
- May 15, 2017A graphic showing why more chief executives are being ousted for ethical lapses, and some tips on how to prevent missteps. For more insight, read “Are CEOs Less Ethical Than in the Past?”
- Why more chief executives are losing their jobs after scandals and corporate misconduct. See also “CEOs under Fire.”
- March 28, 2017 by Jesse SostrinStrategies to identify and embrace your nonnegotiable values and grow into your best, authentic self.
- January 30, 2017 by Laura W. GellerKellogg’s Maryam Kouchaki on understanding — and avoiding — ethical breakdowns.
- November 4, 2016 by Art KleinerThe 2016 presidential election has shown that no secret is safe; we’d better learn to distinguish acceptable transgressions from non-acceptable ones.
- October 17, 2016 by Dov SeidmanTo repair your company’s reputation, reflect on what it means to build trust.
- September 12, 2016 by Elizabeth DotyPractical strategies for pushing back in difficult situations.
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