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Banning “Work from Home”: Marissa Mayer’s Attempt to Build Collaboration Likely to Yield Alienation

By: Danna Greenberg Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior As a management professor, I spend a lot of time with executives on the topic of organizational culture and how to build a united organization with shared values. This issue becomes even more important when organizations are in crises. So from this end, I applaud the CEO…

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Auto-Analytics: An Easy Way for Entrepreneurial Leaders to Build Their Self-Awareness

This post originally appeared on The New Entrepreneurial Leader blog. Jim Wilson, one of the co-authors of The New Entrepreneurial Leader, has an exciting article in the September 2012 edition of Harvard Business Review titled “You, By the Numbers.” Wilson introduces the topic of auto-analytics –a voluntary process of collecting data about oneself in order…

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A Perspective on Press’ Coverage of Marissa Mayer

As an academic who studies work, family and society and has done extensive research on pregnancy in the workplace, I have had numerous thoughts over the past few months on the press’ coverage of women in the workplace starting with Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article in the Atlantic and concluding last week with the spotlight on Marissa…

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President’s September Update: The New Entrepreneurial Leader

President Schlesinger and Dean of Faculty Hotchkiss speak with authors Danna Greenberg, Kate McKone-Sweet, and Jim Wilson about the first book with a focus on Babson’s approach to pedagogy, The New Entrepreneurial Leader.

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