Maryland Smith Research

August 7, 2017
Empathy for the Benevolent Underdog
Upstarts lacking a proven track record can offset their disadvantage by explicitly promoting themselves as highly moral. Sympathetic consumers will respond.
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August 4, 2017
Reducing Rule-Breaking in the Workplace
When employees cut corners at work, it might not be mischief or lack of a moral compass. Smith School research suggests it might be monotony.
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August 2, 2017
Mixing Apples and Oranges in Academia
Researchers can discover solutions to complex problems when they combine know-how from different disciplines, but they should understand the risks involved.
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August 1, 2017
Saving Your Superstars from the Team
Collaborative communities often conspire against high performers, but mindful managers can intervene to mitigate the risk.
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June 9, 2017
Inhibited About Bowling Alone
Many people feel embarrassed about doing fun activities alone. Companies that help solo consumers overcome their fears can tap into a vast and growing market.
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