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Computers can drive our cars and beat us at chess, but what they lack is our ability to know when we don’t know
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Years of research conclude that even if your organization doesn’t have a “blinding” policy for hiring (and other people evaluations), you should do it…
A first-of-its-kind study measures performance and turnover of boomerang employees compared to internal and external hires
New research illuminates the surprising power that even lost alternatives can have in future negotiations
First seen in the 90s, Chinese price wars have been in the news in 2021, and research explains the enduring appeal of this unique competitive strategy
New research establishes a direct link between manufacturing worker churn and decreased product quality
The workspace has always been a mirror of our conception of capitalism, and the pandemic may force capitalism to evolve yet again
New research on Airbnb's price optimization algorithm highlights AI's promise as well as its unintended consequences
A hierarchy’s perceived shape determines the quality of employee relationships and performance in groups
New research on consumer credit scoring using online profiling highlights the dramatic impact that our online markers may have in the near future