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Research by Professor Gretchen Spreitzer finds that even a brief daily meditation leads to more positive behavior toward others.
On the HBR Ideacast, Professor Dave Ulrich explains how the most nimble organizations focus on market opportunities rather than hierarchies.
Professor Andy Hoffman argues that religion and philosophy can provide the necessary solution.
Research by Professor Julia Lee reveals how doing the wrong thing can harm interpersonal relationships.
Associate Dean Jerry Davis argues that huge growth in index-fund investing will impact "shareholder value" debate.
Research by Jose Uribe and Maxim Sytch finds that past relationships can lead to longer court cases, greater lost market value.
Writing in Harvard Business Review, Professor Sue Ashford explores the reasons for going independent.
Research by Professor Wayne Baker shows how your company can avoid the pitfalls.