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The Deliberation Paradox: When Thinking Before Acting is a Liability

While deliberation may lead to better decisions, it is a liability when it comes to gaining influence, research suggests. What does that mean for leaders?

Shift Happens: Andrew Ward on Preparing for Societal Shifts

Lehigh Business professor Andrew Ward talks about societal shifts, and how your organization can actually plan for things like COVID-19 and a world pandemic.

Josh Ehrig on How a Start-up Can Survive a Pandemic

Tips on how start-ups can succeed while in the middle of a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic from Lehigh Business’ Josh Ehrig, self-admitted serial tech entrepreneur.

How to be Better at Working from Home: Tips for Team Leaders and Team Members

With so many people suddenly being forced to work from home due to the coronavirus, what does the research say about how dispersed teams perform? How can leaders and team members adjust their styles?

Libra Rising: Facebook’s Move into Cryptocurrency

The main barriers to Facebook launching its own cryptocurrency, called Libra, are political, not technological. That means now is the time to consider the implications for individuals, governments and the global economy.

The Catch-22 of Intra-Team Rivalry

Intra-team rivalry can, under the right circumstances, boost individual and team performance. But beware the dark side.

Thwarting Distance Bias in your Virtual Team

Have you ever felt out of sight and out of mind during a virtual team meeting? Distance Bias can be a key factor in holding back distributed teams.

Declaring Independence from Corporate Misconduct

Does having an independent company board really help protect against misconduct and corruption?

Being a Team Player in a Multiple Team World

Most employees today find themselves on multiple teams at work. Research is now looking at how these changes influence team outcomes.

Mute Button Strategy, Buddying Up, and Other Tips for Successful Virtual Meetings

Virtual work success is predicated on planning and intention, and this is especially true when it comes to virtual meetings.