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Klaus Weber

Professor of Management & Organizations

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Take 5: How to Encourage Innovative Thinking

Kel­logg fac­ul­ty on what it takes to ensure your new prod­uct or great idea takes off.

Researchers: Brian Uzzi, Benjamin F. Jones, Kelly Goldsmith, Klaus Weber and Loran Nordgren

April 7, 2017


Is Reading Someone’s Emails Like Entering Their Home?

How con­cep­tions of pri­va­cy change over time and how analo­gies pave the way.

Researchers: Kartikeya Bajpai and Klaus Weber

May 5, 2016

Design Thinking Isn’t Always the Answer

The most durable solu­tions for social change come from with­in communities.

Researchers: Klaus Weber

December 7, 2015

Social Impact

Corporate Activism Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

An inter­view about how social move­ments con­tin­ue to shape cor­po­rate behavior.

Researchers: Brayden King and Klaus Weber

March 3, 2014

Social Impact

The Hidden Drivers of Corporate Sustainability Initiatives

Under­stand­ing the impact of every­day inter­ac­tions can help ral­ly sup­port for initiatives.

Researchers: Klaus Weber

March 4, 2013

Social Impact

Developing Stock Exchanges In Developing Countries

The impe­tus for a new stock exchange can deter­mine its fate

Researchers: Klaus Weber, Gerald F. Davis and Michael Lounsbury

June 1, 2011

The Fall of German Biotech

How the anti-biotech move­ment tripped up once-pio­neer­ing firms

Researchers: Klaus Weber, Hayagreeva Rao and L.G. Thomas

January 1, 2011

Sustainability Is a Team Effort

Cor­po­rate sus­tain­abil­i­ty works best when employ­ees are stakeholders

Researchers: Sara Soderstrom and Klaus Weber

September 1, 2010

Social Impact

Growing Socially Responsible Markets

Grass-fed meat and dairy products

Researchers: Klaus Weber, Kathryn Heinze and Michaela De Soucey

April 1, 2009

Social Impact

How to Map and Compare Culture Across Firms

Cul­tur­al dif­fer­ences between U.S. and Ger­man phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pa­nies due to nation­al­i­ty have decreased since the 1980s

Researchers: Klaus Weber

July 1, 2007