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Use network analysis to identify barriers to cultural change and spread new organizational values in targeted ways.
Organizational network analysis reveals more effective ways to be more inclusive of employees from marginalized groups.
Many businesses are unaware that they’ve been creating an exodus from the office by limiting individual workspaces.
Coworking arrangements might be the ideal choice for employers and employees alike in the wake of the pandemic.
New research exposes the conflicts working parents may face when weighing concerns about work and career geography.
Culture change starts with new actions, not with business leaders identifying or articulating a desired culture.
When managing a merger, pay attention to political disparities.
Female executives can command bigger pay increases than men by switching jobs.
Evaluators can be nudged to make less biased decisions in hiring and other contexts.
Early analysis suggests that three networking behaviors can drive inclusion in organizations.