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Why does corporate America use silly buzzwords like ‘low-hanging fruit’? Author James Sudakow explains.
When companies impose tidiness rules, employees will hate the space, hate the company, hate everything, says author Tim Harford.
A new book by Wharton professors Howard Kunreuther and Robert Meyer offers an innovative solution for addressing the biases that prevent people and groups from adequately preparing for disasters.
With Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch being compared to Antonin Scalia, it’s a good time to revisit Scalia’s legacy.
Companies and governments cannot afford to ignore the rising clout of the rural consumer, argues author and marketing professor Vijay Mahajan in his new book.
Virtual reality, robotics and AI will spark a new appreciation for uniquely human traits like collaboration and emotional intelligence in organizations.
The New York Times' Josh Katz discusses his compendium of colloquialisms and why people from various regions speak differently.
Our transportation system underlies all of modern life, from moving us to our jobs to bringing yesterday's Amazon order to our door. But there is a mounting cost to this[…]
Author David Hoffeld says science can help sales people sell in the way their customers’ brains are wired.
Companies such as Netflix, Amazon, Apple and others have made big Hollywood studios, TV networks and other traditional media outlets rethink how they approach the idea of success.