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Organizations

What Businesses Must Do to Curtail Climate Change

We need to dramatically reduce carbon emissions. This will require a new system of incentives.

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Leadership

3 Skills New Managers Need to Succeed

To start, recognize that entire teams—and not just individuals—require clear feedback.

Organizations

Evolution Has Shaped How We Relate to Our Families. What Does This Mean for Family Businesses?

Gaining a better understanding of family conflict can help both family firms and the larger economy.

Marketing

How Much Do Campaign Ads Matter?

Tone is key, according to new research, which found that a change in TV ad strategy could have altered the results of the 2000 presidential election.

Finance & Accounting

A Surprising Reason Why Currency Exchange Rates Fluctuate

New research suggests an answer to a longstanding economic puzzle.

Careers

Take 5: How to Become an Expert in Something New

Turns out, there’s a “special sauce” that can help you get there. But expertise can also come with a curse.

Marketing

Is It Time to Raise Your Prices?

4 things for brands to consider as inflation provides more opportunities for growth.

Social Impact

Podcast: Why Conspiracy Theories Abound—and How to Push Back

COVID conspiracies have a powerful psychological allure. On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we explore how to combat them.

Leadership

Leading Is Tough Right Now. But You’ve Got This.

It’s not about changing your style—you’ll just need to kick things up a notch.

Policy

How Companies Can Do Data Privacy Better

Not all efforts are costly, and being known for strong protections could give firms a competitive advantage.

Marketing

Yes, Consumers Care if Your Product Is Ethical

New research shows that morality matters—but it’s in the eye of the beholder.

Careers

What Triggers a Career Hot Streak?

New research reveals a recipe for success.

Careers

Why Are Some People More Reluctant to Network Than Others?

The key seems to be how people perceive their own success and professional value.

Podcast: How One CEO Is Making Tough Decisions about In-Person Work

Some employees moved out of state. Others don’t want to be in the office. And not everyone is vaccinated. On this episode of The Insightful Leader: What happens now?

Marketing

7 Sins of the Creative Brief

Why having a bad creative brief—or no brief at all—can sink an advertising campaign.

Marketing

See an Exciting Trend in That Chart? Proceed with Caution.

Some data-visualization techniques lead us to assume causality where it doesn’t exist.

Social Impact

How Did COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories Get So Out of Control?

Misinformation is thriving in an environment where people feel disconnected. Social media isn’t helping.

Marketing

How to Turn Your Pandemic Regrets into a Force for Good

Ruminating on all the things you didn’t accomplish? An expert on the psychology of regret explains why you should give yourself some grace.

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