couple in kitchen
The value husbands place on their wives’ contribution depends more on the social status the job offers than the money it brings in
workplace bullying

Far from harmless, workplace incivility can make female targets question their own parenting skills

traveller frustration

Does fierce competition lead to better quality products and services? The evidence in the airline industry suggests it does

woman leader

They tend to have “communal” priorities that shape corporate policies on social responsibility

surgical teams
A study by Queen’s researchers points to the need for more leadership training among surgeons and their colleagues
millennials working
Yes, Millennials march to a different drummer. But similarities among all generations are the key drivers of high-performing workplaces
Wednesday October 18, 2017 1:00 PM EDT
Agility is an outgrowth of simplicity. And simplicity comes from a laser focus on the customer
Session Leader(s): 
The cultural anchors that prevent a needed sea change in strategy
We can’t go five minutes without getting waylaid by text messages or emails. But there’s no need for shame: here’s how to make your tech interruptions work for you
If you need to kill complexity, here’s where you should train your guns
What astronauts can tell earthbound leaders on how to harness cultural diversity in their workplaces
Don’t rely on logic and reason alone. Emotions, expectations, and the environment can all inspire action
Making good public policy is hard enough without having to deal with peoples’ behavioural tics
Banking with Biases
Why data and behavioural science are a natural fit

Smith School of Business

Goodes Hall, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6

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