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Franciska Krings is a professor of Organizational Behavior. Her research interests include workplace discrimination, stereotypes, and justice.
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Corporate chameleons: How applicants adapt their assessment responses to get hired

Job applications are often highly competitive. Inevitably applicants will try to present the best, most suitable version of themselves to the hirer. But just how far will they go to appear an attractive applicant?

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The management detectives: an evidence based approach to investigating management problems

When chemists do drug development they tend not to rely on hunches. Fortunately for the unwell, they prefer the more scientific approach of clinical trials. Yet, when managers tackle business related dilemmas they seem happy to trust to gut feelings and intuition.

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