Francesca Gino is under scrutiny for allegedly fabricating data in at least four studies. Here’s what we know and the questions that remain unanswered.
The Many Co-Authors project is a new initiative, led by a group of Gino’s coauthors, aimed at reviewing of Gino-led studies to help address concerns surrounding the body of her coauthored work.
The possibility grid is a universal tool to draw attention to what is absent. It alerts you to think about rates of success rather than stories of successes.
We tend to assume creativity is a timeless human value. But creativity as the concept we know today emerged in the 1950s and ’60s, driven by the needs of the modern corporation.
To help higher education fulfill its mission in the near and long term: use behavioral science as a lens, see the system, and build behavioral science into organizations.
Discovering new planets is an imaginative process. Astronomers can decipher a planet’s weight and temperature, but it takes an artist to interpret the numbers into a place we can imagine and understand.
Teenagers get bored about a lot, but boredom is not a given. When it comes to engaging with difficult topics, it’s worth asking: Whose interests does boredom serve? What does it help people avoid?