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Repaying favors is the norm in our personal lives, but not in the workplace. Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer looks at why employers often don’t reciprocate employee loyalty and effort: stanford.io/1DHuPO7
Repaying favors is the norm in our personal lives, but not in the workplace.
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Companies need to be punished for acting in ways that are counterproductive, and which harm the environment, people, and even long term growth which is good for the community in which they operate. 
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"Investing more in innovation isn't necessarily the right strategy for everyone," shared Professor Chris Tonetti. Explore a model for how countries can think through the right balance between imitation and innovation: stanford.io/1nTDJOb
Technical innovation makes more sense for some countries and companies than others.
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“Highly competitive markets, over time, feature some of the world’s most capable and innovative companies.” Professor William Barnett discusses why business leaders should not avoid competition: stanford.io/1uUQR8U
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Bring on the competition!
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15 essential tips for building a great business, from ‪#‎StanfordGSBAlumni‬ entrepreneurs: http://stanford.io/1rqt5n3
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That's the way to grow 😄
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Even the experts are dissatisfied with CEO pay disclosure. Investors say proxy statements are too long and too difficult to read, according to new research from Professor David F. Larcker: http://stanford.io/1JomVOD
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Taking a coffee break on the job or meditating for 10 minutes can ultimately increase productivity. Lecturer Scotty McLennan explores the benefits of quiet reflection for people in business: stanford.io/1MavDPA
Many successful business people integrate religion into their careers.
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How you treat your colleagues matters more than ever today, believes Lecturer Amy Wilkinson. Offering help in even the most minor ways makes professional relationships stronger and more effective. stanford.io/1vtgqUl
How you treat your colleagues matters more than ever in the age of LinkedIn and Facebook.
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On building a great business: "What matters most is having a support system around you: cofounder, team, mentors," believes Roys Gureli (MBA '11), the founder of Turkish online retailer annelutfen.com. http://stanford.io/1DOM9SN
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Internet ads can be just as effective as television ads, according to new research from Professor Wesley R. Hartmann. http://stanford.io/1FGKsDf
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“Workplace stress may contribute up to $190 billion in health-care expenses and over 120,000 deaths each year.” In this Bloomberg Business article, Professors Jeffrey Pfeffer and Stefanos Zenios examine common job stressors, from lack of health insurance to long working hours: http://stanford.io/1CJLA7v
Workplace stress contributes to 120,000 deaths and up to $190 billion in health-care costs annually, a new study estimates
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A worthy sacrifice, that so many would give so much, for so little.
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It's important to keep the issue of nuclear disarmament at the forefront of policymaking, believes Governor of Hiroshima Hidehiko Yuzaki (MBA ‘95). Progress can be made even when global tensions are high. Read about his work to convince the world to abolish nuclear weapons: http://stanford.io/1CPyMyL

Pictured: Releasing paper lanterns in remembrance of the atomic bomb victims of Hiroshima. | Reuters/Kyodo
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"The potential for people to age well is greater than ever previously imagined.” From mental health to financial stability, how can we redesign the culture we live in today to incorporate our longer lifespans? stanford.io/1vFq2Mi
Researchers at the Stanford Center on Longevity explain that what we think about mental health, exercise, and financial stability is wrong.
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