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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
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The influence of power on prosocial behaviour
Fair leadership behaviour and decisions promotes prosocial behavior of employees.
RSM Discovery Magazine 33: out now!
Prosocial behaviour, trust in the workplace and the believability of online product reviews. RSM Discovery Magazine is out now!
Why a bad night’s sleep makes some people misbehave at work
For some people, a bad night's sleep makes it harder to keep their impulses in check. This can lead to unwanted behaviour at work.
Bias makes every forecaster either a ‘smoother’ or a ‘chaser’
There are two types of personal style for forecasters: ‘smoothers’ and ‘chasers’. How can the company overcome their biases?
Why managers should not treat nationality as ‘software of the mind’
Nationality does not predict behaviour, says Giorgio Touburg. Managers should explore the national cultural backgrounds of their teams.
Leaders who ‘walk their talk’ improve performance and profits
Behavioural integrity is effective, because it improves your communication. And you can develop it! research by Hannes Leroy.
Text analysis puts investment value on corporate social behaviour
Andy Moniz demonstrates how analysis of online texts can help investors put a value on a company's corporate social behaviour.
How the brain's sensitivity for emotions causes accounting fraud
Being sensitive to emotions makes some controllers vulnerable to social pressure from managers promoting their own personal interests.
Why unethical practices go unpunished in competitive markets
Unethical practices often go unpunished in competitive markets when there is a profit to be made. New research by Niek Hoogervorst.
Breaking bad behaviour – overcoming short-term temptations
Behaving morally requires the ability to act on long-term goals and commitments, and to overcome the lure of short-lived joys. How are we able to do that?
When will a customer purchase again?
Companies are often clueless about when their consumers will purchase again.
Embodied myopia and purchasing behaviour
The perils of pursuing profit
Understanding behavioural ethics