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The influence of power on prosocial behaviour
Fair leadership behaviour and decisions promotes prosocial behavior of employees.
Making diversity policies work
Often there is a mismatch between how organisations design diversity policies and how they implement them.
How ten minutes of mindfulness could make you more creative
How do you come up with innovative ideas in a stressful work environment? Ten minutes of mindfulness meditation can boost your creativity.
Team creativity: individual brilliance versus group collaboration
Should you give your creative star employee a bigger say in the final outcome? Research by Yingjie Yuan.
RSM Discovery Magazine 31: out now!
Selling flowers with analytics? Why do some companies manage to stay alive for centuries? Read all about it in our latest magazine.
The bots: You can’t beat them. Better join them.
RSM Discovery Live explored how organisations and employees can stay relevant and survive in the digital workplace. Read the report here.
Why it’s harder for women to be seen as authentic, effective leaders
Combining a masculine and feminine leadership style makes women come across as less authentic and effective leaders.
How retailers can influence the walking speed of customers
Floor markers can help retailers to influence how fast a customer walks through their shop. Research by Bram Van den Bergh
BLOG: Why we can’t assess Super Mario Run’s performance only by its revenues
Mobile games like Super Mario Run can affect Nintendo’s long-term success in the console industry. Blog by Joost Rietveld.
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.
Small companies benefit most from corporate soul-searching
Self-reflection helps companies -especially smaller ones- to identify new business opportunities, without losing track of business-as-usual.
During times of crisis, a leader's language should not reflect fear
In economic hard times, don't project fear as a leader! Instead, use words like 'progress', change and 'ideals' to gain support.
Using management buzzwords leads to company overvaluation
Mind your language! Using buzzwords could lead to your company being overvalued, says Patrick Reinmoeller.
Losing status hurts more than losing power
Losing status hurts more than losing power. Here’s why.
Why people find it hard to forgive leaders who say ‘sorry’
Sometimes saying 'sorry' is ineffictive. Duped employees are less likely to forgive when a violator with higher power apologises.
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.
Power to the people: the fine line between hands-on and hands-off leadership
Employees have different ideas about empowering leadership. Listen to them, says Prof. Steffen Giessner.
Can middle manager identification with bosses improve management innovation?
Middle managers foster & promote management innovations when they feel more like their superior managers.
The fairness perception of bonus payment allocations
There are two principal ways to approach bonus payments: objective & subjective. Read the pros and cons.
Learning to take the entrepreneurial plunge
Integrate entrepreneurship into management education to teach future leaders about business creation.