Moderna’s delivery of a COVID-19 vaccine comes on the heels of revolutionary science that may accelerate innovation across the industry well into the future. This interview is part of COVID-19 vaccines: The road to recovery and beyond, a series that includes a broad array of voices leading the […]
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Here’s a stark statistic: On average, Black women make 63 cents for every dollar a white man makes. It will take a Black women more than a year and a half — in fact, until August 3, 2021 — to earn the same amount of money that a white man earned in […]
Just becoming a leader is enough to exacerbate some people’s unethical tendencies. But power does not corrupt everyone. Our research suggests that key personality characteristics predict unethical leadership behavior. We collected personality data and supervisor ratings of ethical behavior (e.g., integrity, accountability) on 3,500 leaders across 30 organizations we had worked with. […]
Remote communication isn’t always easy. Do you recognize yourself in any of these examples? At 10 p.m., a corporate lawyer gets a text from a colleague and wonders (not for the first time) if there’s a protocol about work-related texts after a certain hour. After a long and […]
Collaborative work — time spent on email, IM, phone, and video calls — has risen 50% or more over the past decade to consume 85% or more of most people’s work weeks. The Covid-19 pandemic caused this figure to take another sharp upward tick, with people spending more time each […]
Ahsan R Khan et al. J Asthma. 2021. Abstract Objective: Several therapeutic agents have been assessed for the treatment of COVID-19, but few approaches have been proven efficacious. Because leukotriene receptor antagonists, such as montelukast have been shown to reduce both cytokine release and lung inflammation in preclinical models […]
by Erwin Danneels & Alex Vestal. in Journal of Business Venturing (2020) Highlights • Calls into question the common recommendation to embrace failure in order to promote firm innovation • Distinguishes two ways in which organizations cope with failure: (tolerance) and reflection (analysis) • Only analysis promotes […]
Author: John ArmstrongAuthor John Armstrong is a professor and philosopher at the Melbourne Business School and served as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. He has written several books on art, aesthetics, and philosophy. Among them, this book is evaluated as a masterpiece that showed new insights on […]
Author: Reed HastingsREED HASTINGS After co-founding Netflix with MARC RANDOLPH in 1997, he has been the CEO since 1999. Netflix, which started as a DVD rental business, changed its business to internet streaming service in 2007, and started to produce dramas starting with 〈House of Cards〉 in 2013, […]
Author: Yuval HarariAuthor Yuval Noah Harari was born in Haifa, Israel, and received a doctorate in medieval war history at Oxford University in England in 2002. His majors are medieval history and war history, the relationship between history and biology, whether justice exists in history, and whether people […]