Self-reports of personality are often the easiest to access. But are they the most informative?
A major reason that women are underrepresented in leadership positions is because of masculine bias that has been built into organizational systems.
Supply chain managers can encourage partners to adopt sustainable supply chain practices by leveraging communication and network.
Activists must navigate the tension between support and ambiguity when pursuing sustainability goals within organizations.
Artificial intelligence is helping companies monitor gender based discrimination. This may be a quick fix to a bigger problem.
Small businesses can reach more customers by transitioning to digital models.
Diversity in the C-suite can challenge groupthink and facilitate innovation.
Students emphasize the value of academic advising and professional development services during the transition to remote learning.
Online videos have helped students keep up with classes during the transition to remote learning.
Shared feelings of anger among community members can galvanize meaningful action towards the greater good.
A lot can change during a pandemic, but some things stay the same, like the importance of internships.
This research reveals insights on the nature and impact of application-based feedback technologies that provide real-time employee evaluation.
Different matrices can yield different results, even when working with the same data.
The rise in compliance programs across industries has created a gap between industry compliance programs and federal laws which has led to inadequate protection for whistleblowers.
Leora Eisenstadt warns that the kinds of data that employers can track should be safeguarded by law, to both protect employees’ privacy and limit employers’ liability.