It’s Time to Make Business School Research More Relevant

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The first is what we called the “Lost in Translation” problem, which refers to the fact that almost no managers turn to academic journals (publications like the Academy of Management Annals, the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, to name a few) for advice on how to improve their skills or practices. spiderstock/Getty Images.

Workplace Wellness Programs Could Be Putting Your Health Data at Risk

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The majority of these firms also offered some financial incentive, such as the reduction of insurance premiums, for employees to participate. In a California Law Review paper , my coauthors and I found that there are insufficient protections for employee health data, leaving workers vulnerable to privacy invasion and employment discrimination. Although the workplace wellness program is a largely unregulated industry, employers should abide by voluntary ethical frameworks.

Morning Advantage: An Ivory Tower. or a Gilded Cage?

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In turn, there’s less incentive to perform cross-disciplinary research, which, traditionally, has served as a catalyst for innovation. Most resources go to ideas and techniques (and researchers) that have proven profitable in the past, while it’s harder and harder to get ideas outside the mainstream either accepted by peer review, supported by the university, or funded by granting agencies.". Tchaikovsky on Worth Ethic Vs. Inspiration (Brain Pickings).