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HBS Working Knowledge
Apr 03, 2020

Working (From Home) During a Crisis: Online Social Contributions by Workers During the Coronavirus Shock
This study shows that people working from home (WFH) make more online contributions to socially helpful topics, yet face higher psychic costs and anxiety about time constraints. Managers might consider giving WFH workers more temporal flexibility to deal with time constraints during this crisis.

HBS Working Knowledge
Apr 02, 2020

What Are Lessons for Leaders from This Black Swan Crisis?
Is it possible to prepare for a Black Swan event like COVID-19? What are the lessons for leaders in today's pandemic? asks James Heskett.

HBS Working Knowledge
Apr 02, 2020

What Are the Lessons of This Black Swan Crisis for Leaders?
Is it possible to prepare for a Black Swan event like COVID-19? What are the lessons for leaders in today's pandemic? asks James Heskett.

HBS Working Knowledge
Apr 02, 2020

Strategic Foresight as Dynamic Capability: A New Lens on Knightian Uncertainty
Creating strategy under conditions of uncertainty is not easy, so many managers rely on a single analogy to past experience to guide their decisions. This paper argues, by contrast, that imagining multiple possible futures can be a more useful guide to uncertainty.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 31, 2020

Controlling the Emotion of Negotiation


HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 30, 2020

Readers Ask: I Need Tips for Working at Home
Working at home brings with it confusing new rules of conduct. Remote work expert Prithwiraj Choudhury answers questions from our readers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 30, 2020

The New Rules for Remote Work: Pandemic Edition
Welcome to the new world of remote work, where employees struggle to learn the rules, managers are unsure how to help them, and organizations get a glimpse into the future.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 27, 2020

Novel Risks
Companies can manage known risks by reducing their likelihood and impact. But such routine risk management often prevents them from recognizing and responding rapidly to novel risks, those not envisioned or seen before. Setting up teams, processes, and capabilities in advance for dealing with unexpected circumstances can protect against their severe consequences.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 26, 2020

7 Leadership Principles for Managing in the Time of Coronavirus
Leaders managing their organizations through crisis show seven distinctive capabilities, says John A. Quelch. Call them the seven Cs.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 24, 2020

Free Riding in Loan Approvals: Evidence From SME Lending in Peru
This study shows that competing banks in Peru use one another's loan approvals as an input into their own approval process. Such "free riding" has great impact on market outcomes and might warrant policy intervention.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 24, 2020

These Coronavirus Heroes Show Us How Crisis Leadership Works
Now is the time for leaders to inspire their organizations to help the world through the COVID-19 crisis. Bill George has a list of authentic leaders who are up to the challenge.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 23, 2020

The Effects of Hierarchy on Learning and Performance in Business Experimentation
Do senior managers help or hurt business experiments? Analyzing a dataset of more than 6,300 experiments on the A/B/n testing platform Optimizely, this study suggests that involving senior executives in experimentation teams can have surprising consequences.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 23, 2020

Product Disasters Can Be Fertile Ground for Innovation
Rather than chilling innovation, product accidents may provide companies an unexpected opportunity to develop new technologies desired by consumers, according to Hong Luo and Alberto Galasso.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 20, 2020

How Small Businesses Can Survive the Coronavirus Outbreak
COVID-19 will put many small businesses on life support. Karen G. Mills, who has been advising policymakers on aid options, offers advice to owners on the brink of financial ruin.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 17, 2020

Is There a Winner in Huawei's Digital Cold War with the US?


HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 17, 2020

From Sweetheart to Scapegoat: Brand Selfie-Taking Shapes Consumer Behavior
Using a dataset of more than 280,000 user reviews on Yelp, this paper describes a series of eight studies exploring how brand selfie-taking affects consumers' behavior and sense of connection toward a brand.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 16, 2020

How the Coronavirus Is Already Rewriting the Future of Business
We asked Harvard Business School experts how the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to change business practice.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 10, 2020

The Little Understood Problem Confronting Diverse Workplaces
Knitting together a diverse workforce into a common fabric is a difficult challenge for managers—and even more difficult for the workers themselves, say and .

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 09, 2020

Warring Algorithms Could Be Driving Up Consumer Prices
Companies increasingly use software to conduct rapid price changes. Alexander MacKay explains why firms might benefit but consumers should be worried.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 09, 2020

Impact Investing: A Theory of Financing Social Entrepreneurship
The author provides a formal definition of organizational sustainability and characterizes the situations in which a social enterprise should be sustainable.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 06, 2020

A Great Teacher's Lessons for Leading
, a professor at Harvard Business School, explains in a new book what makes a great teacher—and manager.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 06, 2020

Consumer Protection in an Online World: An Analysis of Occupational Licensing
This paper uses new data collected by a digital platform to study the role of occupational licensing laws on individual choices and market outcomes.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 03, 2020

Do Universities Need 2U To Create Digital Education?


HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 03, 2020

How Schmoozing with the Boss Helps Men Get Promoted
Male employees who bond with their male managers move up the ranks of their companies faster, reinforcing the gender pay gap, according to research by Zoe B. Cullen.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 03, 2020

Nominal and Opportunity Effects of Managerial Discretion
This study of field data from a Chinese manufacturing company explores the consequences of subjective performance evaluations leading to bonuses and penalties. Results may help practitioners improve the effectiveness of incentive systems.

HBS Working Knowledge
Mar 02, 2020

Are Candor, Humility, and Trust Making a Comeback?
It feels as if core leadership values such as humility and transparency have been on the decline. Is this trend being reversed? asks

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 27, 2020

How Best Business Practices Can Improve Health Care
Why do Harvard Business School scholars spend so much time and money analyzing health care delivery?

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 25, 2020

Reinventing Retail: The Novel Resurgence of Independent Bookstores
Successful independent booksellers are differentiating themselves from online and big box competitors by tapping into a larger social movement that promotes the value of shopping local and a desire to cultivate community.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 25, 2020

For Migrant Workers, Homesickness Can Reduce Productivity
Workers in the global economy increasingly perform their jobs far away from home. It turns out, says Prithwiraj Choudhury, that homesickness is a significant barrier to their productivity. Here's what employers can do.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 24, 2020

Recovering Investor Expectations from Demand for Index Funds
The authors propose a framework that uses observed ETF trades to reveal the full distribution of investor expected returns. This approach can be applied broadly to provide a potentially useful signal of investor beliefs.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 24, 2020

The Hidden Vulnerabilities of Open Source Software
The increasing use of open source software in most commercial apps has revolutionized software development—but also created hidden vulnerabilities, say and .

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 20, 2020

Love in the Office Is Wonderful. Except for CEOs.
Finding love among your office colleagues can be a wonderful thing, and not inevitably career ending. Unless, of course, you are the CEO. Advice to the corporate lovelorn from Regina Herzlinger.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 18, 2020

Global Ocean Trust: Protecting the Blue Planet in New Ways


HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 18, 2020

A Preliminary Framework for Product Impact-Weighted Accounts
Although there is growing interest in environmental, social, and governance measurement, the impact of company operations is emphasized over product use. A framework like this one that captures a product's reach, accessibility, quality, optionality, environmental use emissions, and end of life recyclability allows for a systematic methodology that can be applied to companies across many industries.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 17, 2020

How Entrepreneurs Can Find the Right Problem to Solve
Identifying a customer's pain points is the first step for entrepreneurs in developing a new product. Julia Austin offers tips for choosing the right "job to be done."

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 17, 2020

The Impact of Technology and Trade on Migration: Evidence from the US
Both robot adoption and Chinese import competition between 1990 and 2015 caused large declines in manufacturing employment across US local labor markets (commuting zones, CZs). However, only robots were associated with a decline in CZ population, which resulted from reduced in-migration rather than by increased out-migration.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 13, 2020

Open Your Organization to Honest Conversations
When company leaders can't hear the voices of their workers, serious strategic mistakes are likely. Michael Beer discusses ways organizations can build powerful communication channels.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 11, 2020

10 Rules Entrepreneurs Need To Know Before Adopting AI
Business leaders are just beginning to adopt artificial intelligence and machine learning into their operations. Rocio Wu offers insights into how entrepreneurs can start riding the wave.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 10, 2020

6 Ways That Emerging Technology is Disrupting Business Strategy
How are AI, data analytics, and the Internet of Things changing the way business leaders think about strategy? Harvard Business School faculty members discuss how emerging technology has changed the rules of competition.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 10, 2020

Fostering Perceptions of Authenticity via Sensitive Self-Disclosure
By making sensitive self-disclosures, leaders can enhance how authentic their followers perceive them to be, leading to positive interpersonal outcomes and potentially organizational ones as well.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 07, 2020

The Old Boys' Club: Schmoozing and the Gender Gap
Over a four-year period, male employees assigned a male manager were promoted at a faster rate than their female counterparts, with no observable difference in performance. Male employees benefited from the higher rates of social interactions with their male managers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 06, 2020

What We Learned From Reading Jeff Bezos' Patents
By studying Jeff Bezos' personal patent records, Tricia Gregg and Boris Groyberg offer a unique glimpse into Amazon's strategy.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 04, 2020

Why Backstage Capital Invests in ‘Underestimated' Entrepreneurs


HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 03, 2020

Can an Organization Have Too Much 'Rebel Talent'?
Staffing your organization with "rebel talent" can produce energy, loyalty, productivity, and creativity. But is there such a thing as too many rebels? asks James Heskett.

HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 03, 2020

Competition in Pricing Algorithms
The adoption of pricing technology can lead to higher prices, by increasing the frequency of price changes and/or encoding pricing strategies in algorithms. This raises new antitrust questions for policymakers, as firms do not need to coordinate or collude to raise prices.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 30, 2020

The Upside of Highlighting a Product's Downsides
Companies want to show their offerings in the best light. Ryan W. Buell finds out what happens when they also embrace transparency, accentuating the positive—and the negative.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 28, 2020

Advanced Leadership Requires More Than Outside-The-Box Thinking
In a new book, Rosabeth Moss Kanter encourages leaders to "think outside the building" to overcome establishment paralysis and generate powerful innovation.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 27, 2020

Hard Work Isn't Enough: How to Find Your Edge
Life isn't fair, especially in the workplace. In Edge: Turning Adversity into Advantage, Laura Huang offers a new strategy for uncovering and showcasing your unique value in the face of obstacles.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 26, 2020

Clayton M. Christensen, Acclaimed Author and Teacher, Dies At 67


HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 23, 2020

Businesses Need a 'Catalyst' to Make CSR Practices Stick
Despite best intentions, many corporate social responsibility programs fail. One answer: Companies need community partners to sustain work over the long term, says Robert Kaplan.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 21, 2020

China-based Fuyao Glass Considers Manufacturing in the US


HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 21, 2020

Lessons for Retailers from the Rebirth of Indie Bookstores
Independent bookstores are resurging. How they did it offers lessons for all disrupted industries for competing against Amazon and other digital retailers, says Ryan Raffaelli.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 21, 2020

The Impact of the General Data Protection Regulation on Internet Interconnection
While many countries consider implementing their own versions of privacy and data protection regulations, there are concerns about whether such regulations may negatively impact the growth of the internet and reduce technology firms' incentives in operating and innovating. Results of this study suggest limited effects of such regulations on the internet layer.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 17, 2020

6 Traits That Set Top Business Leaders Apart
What do the best leaders do differently? Harvard Business School faculty members highlight the leadership skills and qualities that separate good from great.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 14, 2020

Engineering Serendipity: The Role of Cognitive Similarity in Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Production
By creating opportunities for cross-disciplinary scientists to meet and talk as part of a natural field experiment, this study analyzes and finds evidence for a systematic relationship between knowledge sharing and knowledge production in the sciences.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 14, 2020

The Business Case for Becoming a Jack-of-All-Trades
New research by Frank Nagle and Florenta Teodoridis shows that a jack-of-all-trades may be better equipped than a specialist to jump on novel knowledge.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 13, 2020

Managerial Recognition as an Incentive for Innovation Platform Engagement: A Field Experiment and Interview Study at NASA
What gets workers to go the extra mile in creative problem solving? A field experiment and interviews with NASA employees finds that employees respond to managerial appreciation above other incentives.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 13, 2020

Do Private Equity Buyouts Get a Bad Rap?
Elizabeth Warren calls them Wall Street "looting," but a recent study by Josh Lerner and colleagues shows private equity buyouts have both good and bad impacts.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 09, 2020

Rethinking Business Strategy in the Age of AI
For the first time in 100 years, new technologies such as artificial intelligence are causing firms to rethink their competitive strategy and organizational structure, say the authors of a new book, "Competing in the Age of AI".

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 08, 2020

NFL Head Coaches Are Getting Younger. What Can Organizations Learn?
Football team owners are hiring younger head coaches, hoping to unleash innovation and fresh thinking. How's that working out? Research by Boris Groysberg and colleagues.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 07, 2020

Can Capitalism Be Fixed by Making Companies More Just?


HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 06, 2020

From Know-It-Alls to Learn-It-Alls: Executive Development in the Era of Self-Refining Algorithms, Collaborative Filtering and Wearable Computing
The authors examine the future of executive education on a technological and cultural landscape that is imminent but different to the one we are accustomed to.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 06, 2020

Motivate Your High Performers to Share Their Knowledge
Companies are sitting on a largely untapped resource to improve employee performance, says HBS professor Christopher Stanton—the knowledge of their co-workers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 06, 2020

The Future of Executive Development: The CLO's Compass and The Executive Programs Designer's Guide
This paper guides providers as well as chief learning officers and chief talent officers who want to chart effective routes through the emerging landscape of executive development.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 02, 2020

Medicare for All or Public Option: Can Either Heal Health Care?
A public insurance option could use its scale to hold prices down, but only if the approach avoids the financing gimmicks that are undermining Medicare, say Regina E. Herzlinger and James Wallace.

HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 01, 2020

Why Not Open America's Doors to All the World's Talent?
The United States limits the number of skilled workers allowed to immigrate to the country. Is it time to expand the H-1B visa program? James Heskett asks.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 29, 2019

Read Our Most Popular Research Stories of 2019
Here are the most-read stories published by Harvard Business School Working Knowledge in 2019. Now it's your turn: What will be the biggest stories—the most significant business trends—of 2020?

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 28, 2019

Tech Clusters
This paper reviews what constitutes a tech cluster, how they function internally, and the degree to which policy makers can purposefully foster them.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 18, 2019

6 Skills That Wise Companies Harness for World-Changing Innovation
What does it take to truly change the world? In The Wise Company, Hirotaka Takeuchi shares the practices that help leading companies turn knowledge into lasting breakthroughs.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 17, 2019

Does Apple Anchor a Shopping Mall? The Effect of the Technology Stores on the Formation of Market Structure
How do technology stores, particularly those owned by Apple and Microsoft, affect retail sales and market dynamics at malls? Through modeling and simulation, the authors found that these stores helped malls draw more high-income consumers, supporting the entry of upscale stores and exit of midscale and discount stores.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 17, 2019

Under Pressure, Oxxo Rethinks the Convenience Store


HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 16, 2019

Taking on the Taboos That Keep Women Out of India's Workforce
Giving women in rural India more control over household finances reduced the social stigma of working, says research by Natalia Rigol.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 12, 2019

How to Turn Down the Boil on Group Conflict
Intergroup conflict can grind office productivity to a halt. Jeffrey Lees discusses how understanding psychological stereotypes can help divided parties compromise.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 11, 2019

When to Apply?
Using a series of experiments, the authors studied gender differences in how job-seekers perceive their own qualifications for different opportunities and how this affects their decision to apply. Results suggest that soft touch employer interventions can improve the diversity of applicant pools even if candidate beliefs about their own ability are unchanged.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 10, 2019

A Journal-Based Replication of 'Being Chosen to Lead'
Attempts to replicate experimental findings in economics and other disciplines have had a disappointing track record. This paper proposes and shows proof-of-concept for one way to ensure replication: contracting by a journal after a study is accepted for publication, but (ideally) before the actual publication occurs.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 09, 2019

Identify Great Customers from Their First Purchase
Using data from their very first transaction, companies can identify shoppers who have the best long-term value, says Eva Ascarza.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 04, 2019

Intelligent Design of Inclusive Growth Strategies
How companies, working with a catalyst, can redesign supply chains to achieve economic, environmental, and social returns.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 04, 2019

Pathways to Materiality: How Sustainability Issues Become Financially Material to Corporations and Their Investors
This paper provides a framework for understanding and predicting how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues become financially material.

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 04, 2019

Creating the Experimentation Organization
New tools allow companies to innovate on an unprecedented scale, in every aspect of business. But the organization must also change. Stefan Thomke discusses his fortcoming book, "Experimentation Works".

HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 03, 2019

Why CalSTRS Chooses to Engage with the Gun Industry


HBS Working Knowledge
Dec 02, 2019

How Can Leadership Best 'Mind the Gap' in Large Organizations?
Boeing's deadly tragedies with its 737 Max aircraft may have resulted from a "gap" problem after departments came in conflict. How can organizations mend their own gaps? asks James Heskett.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 27, 2019

Secrets for Creating a Long-Lasting Brand
Company brands can be magic in the marketplace. But just what are the components of a great brand? How do you build one? And how do they survive over time?

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 25, 2019

When Your Passion Works Against You
Passion is supposed to be the secret sauce that transforms average managers into dynamic leaders. The reality is more complicated, says Jon M. Jachimowicz.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 25, 2019

The Effect of Systems of Management Controls on Misreporting
This study by Susanna Gallani and colleagues provides insights for designing effective management control systems.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 20, 2019

It's No Joke: AI Beats Humans at Making You Laugh
New research shows people don't trust recommendations from algorithms—and that's a problem for companies that increasingly rely on AI-based technology to persuade consumers. Michael H. Yeomans explains how businesses can overcome that bias.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 19, 2019

Lessons from IBM in Nazi Germany
Geoffrey Jones discusses his case study, "Thomas J. Watson, IBM and Nazi Germany," exploring the options and responsibilities of multinationals with investments in politically reprehensible regimes.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 19, 2019

Gender Bias Complaints against Apple Card Signal a Dark Side to Fintech
The possibility that Apple Card applicants were subject to gender bias opens a new frontier for the financial services sector in which regulators are largely absent, argues

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 18, 2019

Do TV Debates Sway Voters?
Days before yet another Democratic presidential debate, Vincent Pons reports that TV forums don't influence voters.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 14, 2019

Design Rules, Volume 2: How Technology Shapes Organizations series


HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 14, 2019

Lifting the Lid on Turkey's Hidden Business History
The business history of modern Turkey has been largely hidden from view, but a new book edited by Geoffrey Jones and Asli M. Colpan pulls back the covers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 13, 2019

Shareholder Activism and Firms' Voluntary Disclosure of Climate Change Risks
Shareholder resolutions can influence corporate transparency even if they fail. After being targeted with shareholder resolutions on environmental topics, companies are more likely to publicly disclose their climate change risks—and that such disclosure increases these companies' valuation.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 13, 2019

Don't Turn Your Marketing Function Over To AI Just Yet
Lacking human insight, artificial intelligence will be limited when it comes to helping marketers open the black box of market prediction, says Tomomichi Amano.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 13, 2019

The Gender Gap in Self-Promotion
When required to assess their own ability and performance for potential employers, women systematically give less favorable assessments than equally performing men. The study rules out potential explanations for the gap and discusses implications.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 12, 2019

Corporate Innovation Increasingly Benefits from Government Research
Nearly a third of US patents rely directly on government-funded research, says Dennis Yao. Is government too involved in supporting private sector innovation—or not enough?

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 12, 2019

Tariff Passthrough at the Border and at the Store: Evidence from US Trade Policy
Collecting and analyzing microdata on prices and the reaction of importers, retailers, and exporters to US trade policy since 2018, this study finds most of the tariffs' incidence rests with the US firms.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 06, 2019

Torched Planet: The Business Case to Reinvent Almost Everything
With climate change scorching the planet, business leaders have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change the world—and make money in the process, says Rebecca Henderson.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 06, 2019

Why Does Business Invest in Education in Emerging Markets? Why Does It Matter?
This paper represents the first systematic attempt to identify and compare investment in education across emerging economies, specifically in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Turkey, and the Persian Gulf between the 1960s and the present day.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 05, 2019

The Economic Effects of Private Equity Buyouts
This study of 6,000 US buyouts between 1980 and 2013 finds that the real-side effects of buyouts on target firms and their workers vary greatly by deal type and market conditions.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 05, 2019

Can the Robin Hood Army Grow with Zero Financial Resources?
In 2014, Neel Ghose (MBA 2019) created the Robin Hood Army, an entirely volunteer-based organization working to get surplus food to hungry people. Just four years later, they had served more than 9 million people in 103 cities around the world, all while maintaining their "golden rule" of being zero-funds. Harvard Business School's Susanna Gallani and Ghose discuss the most pressing challenge facing the organization with its fast growth and no monetary assets: how to attract, retain, and motivate workers.

HBS Working Knowledge
Nov 01, 2019

Should Non-Compete Clauses Be Abolished?
Non-compete clauses bind employees to their employers, preventing workers from bringing secrets to competitors. But increasingly, NCCs are unnecessarily restricting job mobility for low-level jobs. Should they be banned? asks James Heskett.

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