Summary: Monthly audio reports from the Kellogg School of Management that provide ambitious business leaders the research and expertise needed to drive growth.
Guilty pleasures may be the best kind
Rating forecasters is difficult, but not impossible
Snubs and rejections hurt worse than others think they do
A little uncertainty can go a long way. Based on the research of Achal Bassamboo, Sunil Kumar and Ramandeep Randhawa
Critical ability is a key to success. Based on the research of Julio Gonzalez-Diaz, Olivier Gossner and Brian W. Rogers
Altruism may be rewarded with prestige, but seldom with leadership
Identifying baseballs best players and most reliable statistics
Scientists who make breakthroughs are older than ever
High-quality venture capitalists can improve financial management and reporting
How consumer drug ads affect prescribing practices
Why do firms issue financial misstatements?
Implications for customer and dealer negotiations
The puzzling spread of the commercial Internet could explain wage inequalities
When grocery stores borrow, consumer experience drops
How the anti-biotech movement tripped up once-pioneering firms