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How to Help Veterans Transition to Civilian Work

Idea posted: January 2022

Institutions: Swansea University    Lancaster University   

Unlike other careers, retirement from a military career typically occurs when people are still of working age. As a result, many veterans transition to a civilian workplace. In an average…

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Onboarding AI to Gain Employee Trust and Acceptance

Idea posted: January 2022

Institutions: University of Toronto Rotman School of Management    Toulouse School of Economics    INSEAD    New York University Stern School of Business   

Artificial Intelligence is both appreciated and feared: appreciated for the benefits it offers in terms of speed, accuracy and consistency; feared because many believe those benefits can render many human…

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The Cost of Decision Fatigue

Idea posted: September 2021

Institutions: University of Cambridge Judge Business School   

Repeatedly making decisions for extended periods of time is mentally taxing and leads to what psychologists call ‘decision fatigue’. As a result, the decision makers will revert to default decisions—decisions…

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The Unique Psychology of Being a Middle Manager

Idea posted: July 2021

Institutions: University of Southern California Marshall School of Business    University of Toronto Rotman School of Management   

Research on power in organizations often treats power as unidirectional—how subordinates deal with superiors or how superiors deal with subordinates. Two researchers challenge this static, unidirectional perspective with a new…

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Why Company Health and Wellness Plans Fall Short

Idea posted: March 2021

Institutions: Stanford University    Stanford Graduate School of Business    Harvard University   

All employers in all nations are in the health care business. The work environment they create, including the expected number of working hours and numerous other potential stressors, have a…

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The Personal and Productivity Benefits of Sleep

Idea posted: March 2021

Institutions: MIT Sloan School of Management    Harvard Business School   

Many studies have confirmed the importance of sleep on our cognitive functions — our ability to think clearly and work productively. While previous studies use self-report surveys or a laboratory…

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Make Me Feel Safe! Working with Robots

Idea posted: June 2019

Institutions: HEC Paris    University of Michigan Ross School of Business   

As robotics continues to advance, companies are finding more and more opportunities to transfer repetitive and tedious tasks to robots, freeing up their employees to focus more on tasks that…

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Why Managers Forgive Ethical Lapses of Tired Employees

Idea posted: October 2018

Institutions: Guizhou University of Finance and Economics    NUS Business School    Kellogg School of Management   

It’s not surprising to see people in the workplace tired and depleted. The cognitive consequences of such fatigue — the negative impact on people’s ability to think clearly and make…

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Too Much of a Good Thing: Collaborative Overload

Idea posted: May 2018

Institutions: Babson College    The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania   

In the 21st century interconnected, global, cross-functional, flat-hierarchy, silo-busted world of business, collaboration and teamwork are viewed as one of the foundational pillars of success, at both the organizational level…

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