Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
3 critical lessons from Sony’s email hack
How to make a fortune without ‘doing’ anything: The Uber, Airbnb story
Openness and transparency will not solve our problems
Why health insurance companies are doomed
How airline loyalty programs seduce and abandon you
Bad Behavior at Business School Becomes Corporate Misconduct Later
Let’s Be Honest About Lying
“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
The media is having a field day with the recent (and continuing) leak of Sony Pictures’ e-mail exchanges. And why not, because, as one commentator put it, the leaking incident itself would make a great movie, what with money, ego, and temper tantrums … Read full post...
Uber is much in the news recently, for mostly the wrong reasons. One of its senior executives threatened to investigate journalists who wrote negative things about the taxi service platform. An Uber passenger was allegedly attacked by a driver. And … Read full post...
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