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More than 40 years ago, the Harvard business professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter published a pivotal book, “Men and Women of the Corporation.” Kanter showed that the disadvantages women experienced at work couldn’t be attributed to their lack of ambition: Women aspired to leadership as much as men did....
Jan 11 2019 | HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW | Posted In: In the News
WRITTEN BY LORI MACKENZIE, JOANNE WEHNER, AND SHELLEY CORRELL For many companies, performance review season is kicking off with the new year. Although every organization relies on a different evaluation process, most follow a predictable pattern: First, they invite employees to write about their...
Jan 4 2019 | HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW | Posted In: In the News
WRITTEN BY BETH RIEKEN, SHAUNA SHAPIRO, SHANNON GILMARTIN, AND SHERI D. SHEPPARD Engineering work demands creativity and innovation in order to solve complex, interdisciplinary problems. But creativity and innovation skills are not emphasized in many traditional engineering courses. So engineers...
Dec 14 2018 | HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW | Posted In: In the News
WRITTEN BY CHLOE HART, ALISON DAHL CROSSLEY, AND SHELLEY CORRELL When it comes to the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace, employees demand leadership accountability.
Nov 2 2018 | HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW | Posted In: In the News
WRITTEN BY JENNIFER L. BERDAHL, PETER GLICK, AND MARIANNE COOPER From Uber to Nike to CBS, recent exposés have revealed seemingly dysfunctional workplaces rife with misconduct, bullying, and sexual harassment.

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