Features: The Workplace

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The Workplace, Economics & Policy

Firms With Overseas Networks Had an Early Warning About COVID-19

Companies with networks in China and Italy responded to the pandemic and enacted work-from-home policies faster than local governments.

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Leadership, The Workplace, Strategy

The Key to Solving Deadlocked Boards

New research finds that deadlocked boards lead to entrenched CEOs and argues in favor of director term limits.

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Leadership, The Workplace

A Wall Street Couple Is Bringing Diversity Conversations to the Table

Anjelica Watson ’13 and John Watson ’13 on how to broach conversations on race and inclusion in the workplace.

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The Workplace, Data & Business Analytics, Strategy

What’s a Fair Price in a Pandemic?

New research highlights the role of value when judging fairness.

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Strategy, Leadership, The Workplace

The Truth About Priorities: Five is Probably the Wrong Number

Rethinking the orthodoxies of setting priorities.

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Leadership, The Workplace

Michael Gee ’81 Turns Decades of Leadership Experience Into Advice for a More Diverse Workplace

Gee frequently publishes articles on combatting racism in the workplace, opening the pipeline for Black talent, and the importance of reparations.

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Social Impact, The Workplace, Leadership

Do You Tell People Who You’re Voting For?

Keeping your vote a secret from family and close friends could result in feeling regretful and inauthentic.

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Healthcare, The Workplace, Strategy

Reducing the Stigma of COVID-19 at Work

Surveying employees using the random rotation method could help keep workers and workplaces safe.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, The Workplace

This Alumna Tells It Like It Is

Podcast host Cassandra Rae Pittman ’12 is having candid conversations with female entrepreneurs.

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Economics & Policy, The Workplace

The Moral Cost of Unemployment Insurance

Generous unemployment benefits paradoxically make it easier for firms to lay off workers.

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