Best of Kellogg Insight 2015
Kellogg faculty produced a wide variety of exciting research and insights this year. Here’s a look back at the top Kellogg Insight stories from 2015.
A working knowledge of data science can help you lead with confidence.
Based on insights from Florian Zettelmeyer
Bosses who crave power but fear they might lose it can undermine their teams’ productivity.
Based on the research of Jon Maner and Charleen R. Case
How we compensate when we can’t be our authentic selves.
Based on the research of Francesca Gino, Maryam Kouchaki and Adam D. Galinsky
Other incentives can keep employees happy in flat organizations.
Based on the research of Rongzhu Ke, Jin Li and Michael Powell.
A new piece of research finds bias in elite professional services hiring.
Based on the research of Lauren Rivera
Having been there does not always increase empathy.
Based on the research of Rachel Ruttan, Mary Hunter-McDonnell and Loran Nordgren
Unpacking the insurance giant’s collapse.
Based on the research of Robert McDonald and Anna Paulson
Eight ways to develop your potential—instead of waiting for your manager to take the lead.
Based on the insights of Carter Cast
Based on the insights of Michael Mazzeo
Current accounting standards hamper accurate reporting of states’ pension obligations and exacerbate fiscal problems.
Based on the research of James Naughton, Reining Petacchi and Joseph Weber
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Stories hook your business audience and get them to take action.
Based on the research and insights of Michelle L. Buck, Esther Choy and Steven Franconeri
Tips for how to avoid hiring them, manage their improvement, or decide when to let them go.
Based on the research and insights of Dylan Minor and Brenda Ellington Booth