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Research That Works in the Workplace: 5 Tips to Boost Your Job Performance

May 8, 2019

WSB faculty research how we think and act on the job, making them an ideal source for tips on how to succeed in the workplace. The next time you’re at work, try putting their research to work for you.

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Research Roundup: WSB's Department of Accounting and Information Systems

April 26, 2019

Takeaways from recent research by faculty in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems at the Wisconsin School of Business.

Working Hard or Hardly Working? Five Things to Know About Cyberloafing

March 6, 2019

What happens when organizations get serious about employee cyberloafing? Professor Sung Kim explains five key things to know from his study examining employee cyberloafing and an organization's announcement of formal internet controls.

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Assistant Professor Evan Polman's Research Featured in Harvard Business Review

November 16, 2018

Evan Polman's article, "Why It's Easier to Make Decisions for Someone Else," was published recently by Harvard Business Review.

For Project Managers, Fewer Reviews Might Yield Timelier Decisions

October 12, 2018

For managers, it's smooth sailing when a project is going well. But in uncertain environments, difficult choices must be made. WSB's Xiaoyang Long discusses these "continue or abandon" decisions and explains the role that limiting project reviews might play.

The Price Employers Pay for Employees' Financial Precarity

September 28, 2018

New research from WSB's Jirs Meuris suggests that when employees struggle financially, employers are also affected.

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