Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Let’s Be Honest About Lying
Here’s Why Amazon Is More Ruthless Than Walmart
Underpaying Employees Can Hurt a Company’s Bottom Line
Win at Workplace Conflict
The Latest Executive Dustups Prove Relationships, Not Skills, Determine Success
Do it, Japan Inc.: go against the most fundamental of human tendencies
Nikkei Asian Review
Lessons in Power from the Chris Christie Kerfuffle
Harvard Business Review Blog
“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
If lying — or even just exaggerating a bit — would help your team win, would you do it? More provocatively: should you do it? Consider the case study unfolding right now in Brazil at the World Cup. For many players, pretending they’ve been fouled … Read full post...
With no stores and an IT infrastructure that makes the cost of adding inventory close to zero, Amazon doesn't have to care about its suppliers The recent dustup between Amazon and publisher Hachette reminds us that retail is a brutal business — … Read full post...
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