Month: July 2012

Will the New CEO Create Change?

When a new CEO is appointed, how does his or her newness influence strategic changes? Does prior experience matter? David […]

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At What Level (and in Whom) We Trust

“For it is mutual trust, even more than mutual interest that holds human associations together.” –H.L. Mencken Forbes recently reported […]

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Stealthy Footsteps to the Boardroom

The Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) Editor’s Choice Collections highlight recent articles on some of the central topics in organization studies […]

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Women and Work-Life Balance

Shortly after Marissa Mayer’s appointment this week as CEO of Yahoo, news of her pregnancy opened a new chapter in […]

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Prison cell hands

Getting the Help They Need

For many, jails may be the only place providing regular access to essential health treatment. Upon release, both health services and medication regimens often abruptly stop with little or no follow up care

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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

Social Scientists protest biased study targeting LGBT parents, Chinese girls outperforming boys and more in this Weekly Overview of Social Science News.

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