Few doubt the benefits of inclusion and diversity in the workplace, but some aspects of driving these changes forward make managers, particularly male managers, unsure of their footing. How do you deal with the challenges? asks James Heskett
Retailers often compare a "sale" price to the original price. Harvard Business School's assistant professor says consumers should be skeptical of those original prices — and so should regulators
The irrational anxiety associated with being last in line can lead to unhappy customers, according to new research by Ryan Buell. But there are ways to make people happier while they wait—and keep them from abandoning the queue
Most investments in startups should never be made, at least when using by-the-numbers reasoning. But funded they are. Laura Huang believes investors use gut instinct to manage that risk
When times are tight, companies usually respond with employee layoffs. But what if they held on to workers and cut their salaries instead? New research by Christopher Stanton and colleagues has the answer
For companies with lots of innovation stuffed in their products, getting the price right is a crucial decision. Stefan Thomke discusses how watchmaker A. Lange & Söhne puts a price on its 173-year-old craftsmanship
Is intellectual property too valuable an economic asset benefitting the United States to be left unregulated across international borders?
Even with a world of information at our fingertips, consumers routinely make bad decisions on everything from investments to health coverage. Can science help? Research by Joshua Schwartzstein and Benjamin Handel