Barasz, Kate; Kim, Tami; John, Leslie K.
You know you love action films and romcoms. But would you expect someone else to? Studies show that people mistakenly expect others to dislike dissimilar things -- which means missing out on the chance to offer customers a greater variety of choices. In this podcast, professor Kate Barasz describes her research on (mis)predicting others' preferences.
Asset allocation is one of the most important decisions facing investors. Finding the appropriate mix of stocks, bonds and other assets should be straightforward and intuitive, yet a bit beyond the old "100 minus your age" formula. Professor Javier Estrada offers a three-step approach to asset allocation he calls GHAUS.
Leadership and People Management
Las Heras, Mireia; Trefalt, Spela; Escribano, Pablo Ignacio
It doesn't cost much to train managers to engage in family-supportive behavior, and the payoff in terms of job performance and worker retention can be significant. These benefits cross borders, according to award-winning research by IESE's Mireia Las Heras and co-authors.