Emerging MarketsPeer-Reviewed Research

Road Warriors

Leather suitcases stacked
In emerging markets, locals with experiences abroad can bring distinct advantages to business at home.
EthicsPeer-Reviewed Research

Holding Out For A Hero

Moral champions are the best for the workplace
Businesses need to nurture leaders who know the right thing to do — and do it.
LeadershipPeer-Reviewed Research

Prima Donna

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is crucial for leadership
Why you should manage employees as if they’re artists.
NegotiationsPeer-Reviewed Research

Waving A Red Flag

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Depending on your background, it can help to get angry during negotiations
NegotiationsPeer-Reviewed Research

Crazy Like A Fox

Negotiation tactics using unpredictable emotions can lead to concessions
Unpredictable negotiating behavior predictably leads to more concessions.
Acquisitions Peer-Reviewed Research

You Can’t Take It With You

What makes CEOs less aggressive?
Death of an independent director dampens acquisition fervor for CEOs left behind.
RegulationCommentary

Best Of Intentions

Dodd-Frank rule repeal
Repealed rule would do nothing to end energy industry corruption.
Workplace EmotionsPeer-Reviewed Research

Big Boys And Girls Do Cry

Window with rain drops
A leader who shows a human range of emotions during a product recall comes across as powerful.
Family-Owned BusinessPeer-Reviewed Research

All In The Family

Group of people reaching into a plate of food with chopsticks
In a family firm, some things are worth more than money.
Global BusinessPeer-Reviewed Research

Good Fences, Good Neighbors

State-owned enterprises abroad have different location influences
State-owned enterprises need to closely analyze potential overseas investments.
Workplace Psychology Peer-Reviewed Research

Don't Mind If I Do

Man balancing on one leg
In the workplace, mindfulness has largely remained a matter of intuition—until now.
Workplace PsychologyPeer-Reviewed Research

Why One Selfie Isn't Enough

An alternative self can shape job satisfaction, commitment and motivation
Our imaginary, alternative self has a very real effect on how we work and live.