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Employee misconduct unsettles companies


Can Companies, Political Groups or Organizations Have a Single Mind?

News of employee misconduct always creates a whirlwind for the companies involved — think of Enron, Goldman Sachs and UBS, for example. But are these firms responsible for the actions of their employees? Or do individual members have distinct and independent responsibility separate from a group’s actions? New research from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and Boston College find that members of a cohesive group are judged to have less responsibility for their own individual actions.... More>


Narcissists’ Self-Interest Makes Them Bad Leaders


Do narcissists or junkies make better leaders?


Engaged Workers Report Twice As Much Job Creation