A review of previous evidence suggested that a substantial proportion of managers may be expected to bring serious harm to others in situations where they feel it is proper behavior for their role. Further evidence was provided by the Panalba role-playing study, where 79% of the groups selected a highly irresponsible decision and none chose the decision that was free of irresponsibility. These results were … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Author: J. Scott Armstrong | Source: Wharton | Subjects: Ethics, Social Responsibility
The Forecasting Principles site seeks to summarize all useful knowledge about forecasting so that it can be used by researchers, practitioners, and educators. This knowledge is provided as principles (guidelines, prescription, rules, conditions, action statements, or advice about what to do in given situations). The evidence-based principles apply to
* operations research, and
* social sciences.
Content: Online Resource | Author: J. Scott Armstrong | Source: Wharton | Subject: Management
This independently managed site at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania was established by the Wharton School to identify and explore the best ways for companies to compete, survive and succeed in industries that are being created or transformed by emerging technologies. The site has four major sections: Research, Insights for Industry, Events and What’s New.
Content: Online Resource | Source: Wharton | Subjects: IT / Technology / E-Business, Trends / Analysis
Monthly digest from Wharton’s Center for Leadership & Change Management.
Content: Online Resource | Source: Wharton | Subject: Leadership
An independently managed web site of the Wharton School dedicated to building basic and practical understanding of leadership and change
Content: Online Resource | Source: Wharton | Subjects: Change Management, Leadership