Make sure your organization is truly inclusive by following these three steps.
How companies can make the most out of information gleaned during the delivery window.
A study of doctors shows that the best incentive schemes harness a desire to expand and protect professional turf.
Most companies focus on their own sales targets. They should be focusing on their clients’.
In private equity, team stability has long been prized. But new research shows that higher turnover leads to better performance.
The answer has been surprisingly elusive. A new study tackles the question, and highlights the outsized value of HR training.
Forget the “feedback sandwich.” On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we’ll tell you how to up your game.
On this episode of The Insightful Leader, learn when you should—and shouldn’t—give your team room to fail.
A conversation about the role conflict plays in organizations and communities.
A look at social triangles among day traders shows that profits increased under certain combinations of friend and foe.
Data from two ERs suggest that patients at teaching hospitals aren’t losing out on face time with senior physicians.
Investors take note: the “real exchange rate” may be a more accurate long-term forecaster than economists thought.
The rapid spread of a fintech app offers lessons for companies and policymakers.
Yes, they try to be objective. But seemingly small quirks in their schedules can affect their judgement.
The key has been serving growers and retailers—as well as regulators.
On this episode of The Insightful Leader: strategies for building a happier, more productive workplace.
Step one: choose a cause you care about. Step two: find out who’s having the most impact per dollar. Step three: donate with confidence.
The right techniques can uncover valuable insights in user-generated content.
Doubling down on these monetary policies could help combat future financial crises.
Hint: It comes down to when you send status updates.
This counterintuitive exercise can spark creativity.
On this episode of The Insightful Leader: new research suggests an unusual icebreaker to try at your next brainstorming session.
A new tool gets at the answer using the same techniques that investors use to evaluate startups.
Start defining your brand strategy on day one. Your future self will thank you.
New research shows that you and your organization lose out when you procrastinate on the difficult stuff.
Expert advice on getting ready to network, negotiate, or make your case to the CEO.
The former head of U.S. Cyber Command explains why any company can be a target.
A Kellogg professor explains how companies can navigate boycotts while staying connected with customers.
The financial reform bill increased the cost of certain loans, but lowered the risk of default.
The country’s chief economic advisor discusses how labor, trade, and energy factor into the country’s economic outlook.
New research points to a counterintuitive new tool to spur spending.
New research reveals why sometimes sticking to the facts is your best bet.
Single payer drives significant savings in countries like Canada. But new research suggests it might play out differently in the U.S.
Buildings and machinery are out. Software, IP, and research are in. Here’s why it matters.
To provide millions of personalized interactions, organizations will need to lean heavily on automation and AI.
Three ways humans and machines can work together—to the benefit of organizations and their employees.
A study of young scientists who were denied grants provides a striking example of why you should never give up.
Top CEOs recently “redefined” the purpose of a corporation. Kellogg faculty weigh in.
Army colonels share advice on recruiting millennials, managing up, and keeping the broader mission in mind.
Parents, your children are taking their cues about gender roles from you.
It’s a surprisingly simple way to thwart our irrational impulses.
But a small tweak to how trading orders are processed could help.
Every interaction with the top boss is an audition for senior leadership.
Two experts share tips on expanding your candidate pool and ensuring that new members are heard.
Two economists propose a bipartisan immigration overhaul, with an eye towards the future of the labor force.
When People Think Their Neighbors Support Trump, They’re More Likely to Express Anti-immigrant Views
Social norms are powerful—but fluid. A study of the 2016 election shows how they can change.
Research reveals how ads can affect shopping behavior, elections, and even our health.
A former Army colonel shares four steps leaders can take to get the information they need when they need it.
China Weathered the Global Recession with an Aggressive Stimulus Package. But Did It Prop Up the Wrong Firms?
A cautionary tale about the unintended consequences of credit expansion.
New research explores what it takes for directors to drive big-picture strategic change at a company.
The ten-point scale favors men in some situations. But a simple change to the rating system can level the playing field.
Lessons from Kellogg’s interim dean on establishing credibility, encouraging criticism, and empowering your team.
Here are four of the most significant trends.
Research-backed tips for improving workflows and discouraging slacking.
A presidential assassination brought the trust-busting Teddy Roosevelt to power. The episode offers lessons for today’s antitrust regulators.
Research shows that the gap between these disciplines is growing, which could make it harder to address social and ethical problems.
Five tips for staying relevant—and successful—as an “enterprising family.”
What individuals, regulators, and companies need to consider as we live more of our lives online.
Here’s how managers can break the cycle of office conflict.
A study of professional sports teams suggests that one factor is clearly more important, but the best teams combine them both.
New research suggests that formal schooling is not the panacea to global inequality that many have long believed it to be.
Organizations would be wise to help employees avoid compartmentalizing their personal and professional identities.
Game theory reveals why some conflicts escalate and others don’t.
Uber and Airbnb Outpaced Regulators by Becoming Indispensable. Parking App Haystack Met a Very Different Fate.
The startup had a popular business model and positive press. Its founder explains why it still failed.
Here’s a counterintuitive way to make carrots more “yummy.”
A veteran recruiter shares tips on hiring this valuable, and growing, segment of the labor force.
Two new studies look at who wins the prestigious grants and prizes that can make or break a scientist’s career.
How certain kinds of visuals can inspire people to be more adventurous.
Linking fundamental analysis and portfolio optimization may be the key to solving the “investor’s problem.”