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  • What the Data Tells Us About Immigrant Executives in the U.S.

    A lot of research has already been done on the significant contribution of immigrant scientists and engineers to the U.S. innovation system. Less research, however, has been done on the presence of migrant and immigrant leadership in corporate America. While there has been some research done on ethnic minorities’ representation in senior corporate roles in the U.S,.studies of immigrant leadership talent are still scarce.

  • Research: What JPMorgan Shareholders Should Know About Splitting the CEO and Chair Roles

    Shareholder activists are generally well-intentioned, but they're not always right. They don't always understand board-CEO dynamics or the firm-specific costs and benefits of splitting the CEO-chairman roles.

  • Why Do Great Ideas Take So Long to Spread?

    We don't always weigh all the evidence before we make a decision, and this is especially true if a change of opinion requires a wholesale overhaul of our worldview. Usually, we're defensive in the face of change, spouting alternative theories and contradictory data.

, Harvard Business Review Staff

  • Figure Out Your Manager’s Communication Style

    As you engage with your boss in everyday activities, try to identify the messages behind her speech and behavior. The words and deeds matter, of course, but the values that underlie them often mean more. Listening with a keen ear and observing with a sharp eye can make all the difference in understanding, not just labeling, your manager’s communication style.

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