Social norms structure our lives and usually lead to good behavior. But the norm of reciprocity can also fuel corruption.
How Biases Can Color Entrepreneurial Decision-Making
The decision to pivot can make or break a growing business. When cognitive biases cloud our thought process, the consequences can be huge.
High-Potential Programs Can Help Some Employees And Hurt Others. Here’s How We Can Design A Fairer System
High-potential programs can make some employees feel like second-class citizens. Here’s how to make sure your high potential program is fair, motivating, and inclusive.
Sports Leagues Aren’t As Competitive As You Might Think
As Russian oligarchs and Emirs buy up teams in many sports leagues worldwide, a schism is being wedged between teams. Competitive balance, considered a central requirement for the success of leagues, is weakening in many leagues as a result. Behavioral science and results from experiments can shed some light on why leagues may not wish to push for reforms.