During wartime, recessions, and now a pandemic, big and small firms have the incentive to create innovations that respond to the disaster.
A recent study provides insight about income inequality by asking if we believe financial success comes from our own effort or the environment.
Confirming the gender gap at the top, the NY Times Glass Ceiling Index compares the number of Fortune 500 female CEOs and Fortune 500 male CEOs named John.
Making decision after decision everyday on what to wear, what to eat, what to read, and what to watch, we create more choice fatigue.
Echoing the rehabilitation emphasized by Norway’s prison system, barista skills are taught to some inmates at Rikers Island.
Hoping to understand differences in the workplace, a recent study looked at whether women tend to engage in less self-promotion than men.
At highly selective schools, 2019 college admission rates were pretty low: Harvard: 4.5% Yale: 5.91% Stanford: 4.3% in 2018 (They are no longer releasing the number.) But we are looking at a tiny proportion of the higher education population. At…
In addition to the glass ceiling, recent research indicates we should focus on the gender equity that diminishes at the first rung of the corporate ladder.
Firstborn children are more likely to become CEOs, politicians, and top managers because of the way their parents treated them.