Doing Good and Taking Chances: Winning Entrepreneurship Posters Explore Business Mindsets
Chen Ji and James Wages receive the 2023 Psychological Science and Entrepreneurship Poster Award, supported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
Inside the 3D-Printed Box in Texas Where Humans Will Prepare for Mars
Red sand shifts under the boots of the crew members. In the distance, it appears that a rocky mountain range is rising out of the Martian horizon. A thin layer of red dust coats the
Encouraging Innovation in Entrepreneurship
Drawing from his newest book, Stephen Reed explores the cognitive and social skills required for innovation, the transition from theory to practice, and more.
Back Page: The Executive Whisperer
Constance Dierickx discusses her work as an advisor to boards and senior executives in high-stakes leadership situations and her experiences helping psychologists learn how to be consultants.
Careers Up Close: Elizabeth Tenney on Power of Voice, Tenuous Funding, and Applying Psychology in Business School
Elizabeth Tenney, an associate professor of management at The University of Utah, discusses her research into overconfidence and biases that influence our social interactions and decisions.
Wharton Professor Adam Grant Makes Case for Four-Day Week
Executives looking to boost productivity on their teams might want to consider an experiment: cutting a day of work from the week. A four-day workweek could increase employee wellbeing while improving the pace of work inside