What do you think?04 Mar 2015
Walmart's recent action to raise wages and offer new career advancement opportunities cheer advocates who believe market forces, not government intervention, offer the best ways to address unhealthy levels of wage disparity. What do YOU think? asks professor Jim Heskett. Open for comment; 10 Comments posted.
New Working Papers
Scholarly papers that describe original research in a narrow field of study.
Thick as Thieves? Dishonest Behavior and Egocentric Social Networks
Jooa Julia Lee, Dong-Kyun Im, Bidhan L. Parmar, and Francesca Gino
The Challenges and Enhancing Opportunities of Global Project Management
Ying Zhang, Christopher Marquis, Sergey Filippov, Henk-Jan Haasnoot, and Martijn van der Steen
A Methodology for Operationalizing Enterprise Architecture and Evaluating Enterprise IT Flexibility
Alan MacCormack, Robert Lagerstrom, and Carliss Y. Baldwin
Auditor Lobbying on Accounting Standards
Abigail M. Allen, Karthik Ramanna, and Sugata Roychowdhury
The Research Exchange
The Research Exchange is a way for faculty and corporate partners to collaborate on the following field studies.
Layoffs, Downsizing, and Workplace Flexibility Sandra Sucher
How Rediscovering the Past Benefits the Future Ting Zhang
Transparency and Productivity
Matchmaking and Productivity
The Internet and Employee Productivity
Misinterpretation of Emotion in Email
Social Adoption Incentives
"Restarts" and Productivity