Envy at work: how organizations can improve productivity - HEC Paris Professor Tomasz Obloj - ©AdobeStock-psdesign1

Envy between employees can affect a firm’s performance. In their study, Tomasz Obloj and Todd Zenger investigate what makes us compare ourselves to others at work and what this means for the firm we work for. They find that proximity to those we envy can reduce individual productivity.

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CVC is a massive emerging phenomenon in France and worldwide. Although it is less in the spotlight than Venture Capital conceived by independent private funds, it has grown significantly in the past ten years  and prospects of growth (...)

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