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Research Papers  Perverse Incentives: The Limits of Metric-Based Evaluation

Cugueró-Escofet, Natàlia; Rosanas, Josep Maria As a manager, how should you evaluate performance? The recent trend is toward ever-more-sophisticated formal models. However, in the wake of several scandals, IESE's Natàlia Cugueró-Escofet and Josep M. Rosanas point to the dangers of modelling and rigid metrics. Instead, they argue, companies desperately need to rediscover informal methods of control. Read article

Articles and Opinion  Four Tenets to Fix Capitalism & Unlock Your Business's Potential Premium

Sisodia, Raj Free-market capitalism is under fire -- yet it is still the best system for social cooperation and human progress. In this article, the author casts his vision of Conscious Capitalism, refuting those who say Wall Street will never buy it. Using real cases, he argues that building ethical, sustainable businesses is possible. Read article

Research Papers  4 Reasons Humble Managers Rule

Argandoña, Antonio Does humility have a place in the upper echelons of business management? Absolutely, says IESE's Antonio Argandoña. In his research paper "Humility in Management," Argandoña explores this often crucially overlooked quality and its ramifications for leadership. Read article
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