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More tech companies should be transparent about what’s working and what’s not.
Reform is the carrot; activist investors are the stick.
But only if they appear unintentional.
Help them see their impact on others.
Ethics are an innate part of business.
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There are both legal and moral questions to consider.
Governments should find ways to encourage it.
And for hiring more female investors.
Research on the downside of consensus.
Focus on what you’ll both gain from making a deal.
Move away from rules and toward common sense.
Other Machiavellians and narcissists, according to research.
Buybacks provide flexibility and push funding toward younger firms.
Automation can make us safer, but it creates new vulnerabilities.
It’s critical for organizations, and it makes work more fulfilling.
Annie McKee, a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania and author of the book “How to Be Happy at Work,” tells the story of her journey to happiness—starting with her early job as a caregiver for an elderly couple. Even in later,...Show More Summary
Not all politics are bad.
Based on a study of 411 leaders of UK academies.
Managers and investors both need this information.