Despite being a violent criminal network, how the Mafia uses ambiguity to gain and maintain the upper hand with outsiders can be an effective strategy that law-abiding organizations should consider emulating.
When refugees fleeing war, disasters, or persecution arrive in new countries, they are almost always seen as a problem. But businesses can benefit by viewing them as a skilled labor pool.
When cover-ups come to light, reputations can be tarnished and finances drained. But why do some individuals get punished severely for their misdeeds, while others get off lightly?
Resources for Academy of Management members:
• The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information page offers messages from AOM President Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro and official updates
• AOM Research and Resources Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic features AOM member research and resources on teaching and working remotely, crisis management, COVID-19 responses, business and finance, and unemployment and restructuring
• #COVID-19 resources offers additional updates and information via AOM Connect
• Support at AOM provides FAQs and a Request for Support form
• Research finds 4 signals to watch that can make diversity initiatives succeed
Why Diverse Workplaces Remain Elusive)
Research shows us workplaces need this level of diversity to prevent tokenism
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