Given the importance of motivating employees based on their needs, expectations, and desire for equity, it’s no surprise that many organizational behavior professionals often spend a significant amount of time...
Bias is more common in the workplace than you might think. Bias is simply defined as “a tendency to view things in a certain way that is often inaccurate.” There are several primary types of bias: Types of Bias...
How people behave in an organization is often closely tied to how they feel about their work. This can be measured in two primary ways: job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Both of these can be analyzed...
Managing individual personalities is key to organizational success.
An examination of warehousing, transportation, and delivery in supply chain management.
A favorable work situation is undoubtedly best for both a business and its employees. A work environment where employees are challenged to constantly improve their skills and increase their knowledge results in higher...
Demand Forecasting Methods in Supply Chain Management: Techniques for Predicting Future Business Inventory Needs
A brief discussion of quantitative and qualitative statistical models used by supply chain managers to accurately forecast demand.
How To Persuade People: Top Ten Persuasion Psychology Tricks and Techniques You Can Use To Influence Others
If you want to know how to influence others, you need to understand a little about persuasion psychology, because subtle mental cues are the keys to influencing others. This article covers both the psychology of...
Literature encompasses and showcases many aspects of humanity, including philosophy, morality, and knowledge. This is especially true in early American literature. In the 1600s, even before ‘America’ existed as a...
The Mind-Body Problem and The Dualism vs Monism Debate: An Intro to Philosophy and Cognitive Psychology
A brief discussion of the Mind-Body Problem as it relates to cognitive psychology and modern philosophy. Topics covered include dualism, monism, intentionality, interactionism, and epiphenomenalism.