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Stagnant syllabi, poor faculty, unemployable graduates, along with tepid industry demand have put an ultimatum before B-schools

Radio host Ken Coleman advises gaining proximity to your dream job through small, even uncomfortable, steps

For 'loony', path-breaking ideas, you don't need exceptional individuals but the right organisation, writes Safi Bahcall    

There is a method to this madness, says Steven G. Rogelberg in The Surprising Science of Meetings, a handy guide for leaders

Roger McNamee’s book Zucked charts the author's journey from an enthusiastic investor and supporter of the tech giant, to an anxious citizen

Joshua Gans, Avi Goldfarb and Ajay Agrawal use economic tools to discuss the power of artificial intelligence

Scott Page on how workplace diversity is not just a good practice but also one that yields a bonus

Chuck Klosterman argues that seemingly accepted beliefs will likely turn out to be absurd

Former FBI behavioural analyst Robin Dreeke decodes the method to inspire trust

Eddie Yoon on how to transform the insights of your most passionate consumers into a sustainable growth strategy

Gary Smith breaks down how misled assumptions are born and statistics is manipulated

University of Miami professor Caleb Everett on how the invention of numbers defines our perception of the world

Till Roenneberg takes a closer look at how our internal clock and sleeping pattern affect our lifestyle choices

Irene Yuan Sun on how Chinese entrepreneurs are transforming Africa into a manufacturing hub

Can incentives do more harm than good? Sante Fe Institute's behavioural science professor Samuel Bowles has the answer

Eli Pariser reveals how the Internet confines us to our own 'information cocoon'

Economists David Evans and Richard Schmalensee decrypt the market dynamics of platforms like Alibaba and Facebook

Santa Clara University's Meir Statman breaks down the tenets of behavioural finance to help you make smarter decisions

University of Wisconsin professor, Jordan Ellenberg, on how you can use math to make smart decisions in your daily life 

How does Economics affect our lives? Journalist Tim Harford explains more in The Undercover Economist

What makes for an 'authentic' work culture? Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones tell us more in Why Should Anyone Work Here

Nobel laureates George Akerlof and Robert Shiller on the non-economic motives that feature insidiously in our financial decisions  

University of Chicago professor Richard Thaler and Carl Sunstein of Harvard Law School show the path to refined decision-making

Social psychologist Adam Alter cautions against the allure of addictive tech devices 

The Atlantic's Derek Thompson reveals the elusive secret to marketing success in 'Hit Makers' 

Tara Books’ founder Gita Wolf explains why the credit for the growth of her international publishing business goes to collective action