Organizational Behavior

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The character of conscience

You can help yourself to act virtuously in your personal and professional life by acknowledging that you are vulnerable to mistakes in moral judgement.

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How Chinese citizens’ activism curbs pollution

Research by Professor Christopher Marquis finds that, in China, civil protests are more effective than petitions in bringing about environmental reform.

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Think alike? Swipe right.

Innovation flourishes when corporations with similar cultures merge.

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Getting To Green

Glen Dowell, associate professor of management and organizations at Johnson, focuses his research on corporate sustainability.

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What Happens Now?

A new book co-authored by John Hillen, MBA ’04, examines common leadership stalls and how to overcome them.

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Sports & Leadership

Lessons learned in sports have helped Johnson graduates succeed in the business world. Here’s how.

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Purposeful challenges us all to be movement starters

Purposeful, a new book by Jennifer Dulski ’93, MBA ’99, shows how successful changemakers gain momentum.

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A true spirit of inclusiveness

When Ezra Cornell was inspired to found our university for “… any person …. any study,” he meant everyone — women and minorities alike.

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Women on Wall Street: Charged for Success

To make it on Wall Street, a woman needs stellar skills in finance and investing plus the mettle and stamina to excel in a world dominated by men.