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Team building: From good idea to loss of money and time
Team buildingMonday March 5, 2018 5:01AM ET
When you come to a big company and get an invitation to attend a team building event, you are excited. But, somewhere along the line that excitement turns into "Oh, no, not again." And you are not the only one that sees team building as a fashion that once was.
Empowered employees are more proactive even when they don't trust their leader
Empowered employeesThursday March 1, 2018 4:18AM ET
New research confirms that employees with empowering leaders are more proactive and, for the first time, shows that this effect occurs by increasing "role breadth self-efficacy" defined as the confidence to do a variety of tasks beyond the job description.
Pro-diversity policies make companies more innovative and profitable
Diverse hiring practicesMonday February 26, 2018 3:56AM ET
While some may see corporate diversity initiatives as nothing more than glitzy marketing campaigns, a PSU business school professor's research shows that companies that hire a more diverse set of employees are rewarded with a richer pipeline of innovative products and a stronger financial position.
How companies can restore trust after CEO misconduct
CEO misconductThursday February 22, 2018 5:19AM ET
A new study published in the Journal of Trust Research reveals how boards of directors can proactively address CEO misconduct to increase public trust towards an organization.
10-year study: Quickest way to become CEO is not perfection
CEOMonday February 19, 2018 5:00AM ET
Researchers Elena L. Botelho and Kim R. Powell conducted a 10-year study of over 17,000 C-suite executives as a part of the CEO Genome Project in order to discover what sets successful people apart.
Ethical leadership is a good thing, right? Right?
Job-hindrance stressThursday February 15, 2018 4:48AM ET
Certainly, management experts say. But ethical leadership can have negative consequences, too, according to new research from management faculty in Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business.
Job satisfaction not a persistent effect of wage increases
Wage increasesMonday February 12, 2018 4:29AM ET
After a wage increase, people tend to be more satisfied with their jobs — and even more so when what they have gained exceeds the wage increases of their colleagues. Yet, this effect on job satisfaction is not persistent.
You might be paying too much for ads on Google, Bing
Google adsThursday February 8, 2018 5:24AM ET
Before you dish out money to bid for a top-ranked ad position on a search engine, you may want to pause and make sure it's actually going to pay off.
Leadership mistakes you most probably made. At least once
Leadership mistakesMonday February 5, 2018 4:22AM ET
If you work, you make mistakes. That's life. However, if you are a leader, try to make a mistake once and never again because it can be costly. Here are some of them we all made, most probably without being aware it was a mistake.
Investors lose, insiders win when IPOs involve analysts
IPOThursday February 1, 2018 5:01AM ET
When equity analysts are more involved in a firm’s initial public offering (IPO), investors who purchase stock based on these analysts’ reports lose more than three percent of their investment, according to a new study from the University at Buffalo School of Management.
Companies that pay their CEO modestly perform better
CEO paymentMonday January 29, 2018 5:04AM ET
Companies that pay their CEOs more modestly perform better financially, new research has claimed.
Advice for retail CEOs: Don't forget community engagement
RetailersThursday January 25, 2018 5:30AM ET
Increased pressure from large online retailers is reducing brick-and-mortar retailers' sales and profits, causing numerous store closings on both local and national levels.
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