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Professor Cindy Schipani says boards need to stop looking the other way when successful executives behave immorally.
In this video, Professor Andy Hoffman discusses the importance of public engagement and bringing research to a wider audience.
Lecturer Monica Worline, Professor Jane Dutton, and PhD alumna Ashley Hardin, writing in Harvard Business Review, show why it’s time to form stronger bonds with colleagues.
Research by PhD student Evgeny Kagan, with Professors Bill Lovejoy and Stephen Leider, reveals a better way for founders to divvy up equity.
Research by Professor David Mayer and PhD students Chen Zhang and Eun Bit Hwang shows on-the-job learning helps curb counterproductive behavior.
Research by Professor Jordan I. Siegel and Professor Yujin Jeong of American University shows how documents released in South Korea bribery trials indicate when companies are more likely to offer bribes.
Professor Shirli Kopelman shows why emotions are an important resource in negotiations.
Research by Professor Kyle Handley shows that even threats of trade actions cause companies to hold back on investments.