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Social Impact

Why Accusations of Discrimination Often Morph into Debates about Free Speech

A study of the psychology behind this common rhetorical tactic.

Data Analytics

How Gig Workers Push Back Against Their “Digital Boss”

Instead of having managers, these workers are beholden to customer reviews. The relationship is rocky.

Leadership

Podcast: Cybersecurity, Part 1 | How to Avoid Becoming a Target

In the first episode of our two-part series, former NSA director Michael Rogers shares strategies for protecting your organization from a cyberattack.

Strategy

What Does the Invasion of Ukraine Mean for Cybersecurity?

Former NSA director Michael Rogers discusses the implications for companies.

Finance & Accounting

Meme Trading Is Not Dead—It Will Continue to Rile Markets

Investors are going to continue using social media to gain a trading edge.

Economics

6 Takeaways on Today’s Economy

A finance professor breaks down the data on inflation, the labor market, and the future of cities.

Leadership

Podcast: How to Lead a Great Virtual Meeting

Zoom doesn’t have to be a drag. On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we discuss some rules of the road.

Marketing

Why Are Super Bowl Ads a Spectator Sport?

With the big game coming up, many fans are gearing up... to watch brands go toe-to-toe

Entrepreneurship

How to Talk About Selling Your Startup without Causing Everyone to Panic

An excerpt from the new book Exit Right explains why you should have the “exit talk” early and often.

Finance & Accounting

Would Housing Cost Less If It Were Easier to Build New Homes? Surprisingly, Not Much.

A new study suggests that supply and demand are only part of a complex problem.

Policy

Psychological Factors—More Than Demographics—Drive Vaccine Behavior

The finding gives policymakers and medical professionals an important tool.

Policy

Is an Efficient Government Always a Good Thing?

History sheds light on how processes designed to serve citizens can also be put to nefarious ends.

Economics

Covid Hit in an Era of Broadband and Zoom. How Much Did That Help the Economy?

A new study sheds light on the impact of remote work on GDP in 2020.

Organizations

Hoping to Drive Social Change at Work? Here’s a Tip.

Certain social movement hashtags and labels could turn off the allies you want to recruit.

Organizations

What the Psychology of Resilience Can Tell Us About Enduring the Pandemic

Plus, what organizations can do to help their employees cope.

Organizations

The Robots Are Not Coming

Those predictions of a robot takeover may not come to fruition.

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Organizations

3 Best Practices for Virtual Meetings

Make your next Zoom session less exhausting and more inspiring.

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Marketing

How Has Marketing Changed over the Past Half-Century?

Phil Kotler’s groundbreaking textbook came out 55 years ago. Sixteen editions later, he and coauthor Alexander Chernev discuss how big data, social media, and purpose-driven branding are moving the field forward.

Organizations

It May Be Time to Reconsider That Noncompete Agreement

Federal regulators are cracking down on hiring practices that restrict employees’ wages and ability to work for competitors. Here’s what companies should know.

Leadership

Podcast: Are You Promoting the Right People to Management?

On this episode of The Insightful Leader: How to identify leadership talent—and how to advance the careers of employees who aren’t looking to manage others.

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