New research from Bradley Staats, assistant professor of operations, technology and innovation management, identifies three factors that increase the velocity at which we can master new information and skills without sacrificing quality.
As senior executive baby boomers look to retirement, companies must fill the pipeline with millennials, entry-level employees 28 and younger. And people in that generation communicate electronically and through social networking.
To reduce the negative impact of errors, companies need to make sure that help and expertise is available to frontline employees when they encounter complex problems.
In a scandal-plagued world, high-status people are targets for the media and the justice system alike, and banking your selflessness as you come up the ranks will serve you well when you reach the top, new research shows.