Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
What’s Wrong With Big Banks? Too Many Lost Customers
Why Does Apple Care About Its Share Price?
The Reason Health Care Is So Expensive: Insurance Companies
Ray Lane, Hewlett-Packard, and the State of Corporate Governance
Don’t Blame the Internet for the Post Office Blues
Getting the Record Straight on Health Care Reform
How an outsider institutes change
S&P Lawsuit: Lessons From a Massive Screw-up
“Power Play,” Harvard Business Review, July-August 2010 Download
“Building Sustainable Organizations: The Human Factor,” Academy of Management Perpectives, February 2010 Download
“How and Why Theories Matter: A Comment on Felin and Foss (2009),”Organization Science, May-June 2009 Download
“When is Happiness About How Much You Earn? The Effect of Hourly Payment on the Money Happiness Connection,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, October 2009 Download
As the soap opera about whether Jamie Dimon will or will not continue to hold the chairman’s role at JPMorgan Chase continues, and while there is ongoing discussion of whether banks are too big to fail, what’s missing from the conversation is … Read full post...
Beset by critics and bedeviled by a declining stock price, Tim Cook, the company’s beleaguered chief executive, announced a big stock buyback and a substantial dividend increase. The market did not, however, respond by pushing up Apple’s stock … Read full post...
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