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Asking More Commentary: Perspectives from Mendoza College of Business

The Challenge of Making a Clean Break

by Mike Mannor

March 2, 2012

The News International case illustrates how family, loyalty and paradoxical biases can keep organizations from making a clean break from past ethics issues. Read More

Who says big ideas are rare?

by Mike Mannor

January 23, 2012

The work of Malcolm Gladwell shows that sometimes being clever is not just about being smart. Read More

Ignore Oz: Please pay attention to that man behind the curtain

by Mike Mannor

December 1, 2011

Great leadership isn't always a story about the person with 'CEO' by his or her name. Read More

Apple after its oracle is gone

by Mike Mannor

October 7, 2011

Steve Jobs' resignation is the best thing for Apple

by Mike Mannor

August 26, 2011

Jobs' has been a stellar leader for Apple, but his resignation removes the ever-present uncertainty hovering over the company this last few years. Read More

Warren Buffett: How Experience Can Sometimes Systematically Blind Us

by Mike Mannor

May 23, 2011

Mannor discussed the biases that might have led Buffett to make the wrong decision about David Sokol in the Lubrizol case. Read More