Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Lessons in Power from the Chris Christie Kerfuffle
Harvard Business Review Blog
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“You’re Still the Same: Why Theories of Power Hold Over Time and Across Contexts,” The Academy of Management Perspectives, November 2013 Download
“When Does Money Make Money More Important? Survey and Experimental Evidence,” ILRReview, October 2013 Download
“Power, Capriciousness, and Consequences,” Harvard Business Review, April 2013 Download
“The Economic Evaluation of Time: Organizational Causes and Individual Consequences,” Research in Organizational Behavior, 2012 Download
There are numerous lessons from the Chris Christie “bridgegate” scandal for people in high-profile leadership roles. Here are a few. First, power comes with a) visibility and b) envy. If you are working at a minimum wage job, few people are going … Read full post...
Today’s work world is increasingly populated by millennials with values presumably different from more-senior employees—more egalitarian, less competitive, more meritocratic, less accepting of hierarchy, and more tolerant of all forms of diversity. … Read full post...
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