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The indications from the research are unequivocal, according to the father of behavioral economics: When it comes to decision-making, algorithms are superior to people.
At this year’s Wharton Business Plan Competition, one team took home more prizes than any predecessor. Check out the field of finalists – and make your guess for the winner.
In most other prosperous developed economies, apprenticeship programs are recognized as a great way for employees to get training, and for companies to get skilled workers. So why not in[…]
Many think flawed bonus rules at financial institutions helped cause the financial crisis. But the evidence is thin, and new proposals to prevent a repeat may be easily thwarted.
In a new book, Iris Bohnet explains how small but powerful process interventions can address the persistent problem of gender discrimination in the workplace.
Jo Marchant, author of 'Cure: A Journey into the Science of Mind over Body,' discusses the scientific basis for the brain's ability to cure.
In her new book, the television producer and writer who "owns Thursday night" shares what she learned during her "year of yes."
A new book from Emma Seppälä, science director of Stanford's Center for Compassionate Altruism Research in Education, recommends the happiness track as the path to success.
In this opinion piece, Walter G. Montgomery explains the steps executives must take to make organizational communication "an instrument of strategic and tactical navigation."
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, India’s former president, passed away on July 27. He leaves behind an erudite legacy.