Sustainability and Social Impact The impact of social class on wage inequality Apr, 2022 | Article András Tilcsik Ray Tsai Fang Your socio-economic background may influence your career choice and could result in a life-long wage gap. To address this inequality, companies need to re-think how jobs are valued. Talent Management and Inclusion Want to eliminate workplace bias? Watch your rating system May, 2019 | Article András Tilcsik Evidence of gender bias can be seen in student ratings of their professors’ performance. The effects depend on the type of rating scale used, suggesting a need for care when designing such assessments. Strategy and Value Creation The paradox of progress: why our systems fail and what we can do about it May, 2018 | Article András Tilcsik András Tilcsik, the co-author of "Meltdown: Why Our Systems Fail and What We Can Do About It", describes the common elements of systemic breakdowns and how to navigate them. Strategy and Value Creation Meltdown explores why crises happen, why transparency is key Apr, 2018 | Book András Tilcsik Professor András Tilcsik has developed an essential handbook on preventing and managing disasters. Governance and Risk Management Managing the risk of catastrophic failure Apr, 2018 | Video András Tilcsik To succeed in the long term, corporations and their leaders must develop a keen awareness of threats on the horizon. Survive and Thrive points the way forward. Talent Management and Inclusion How does your early career imprint shape your future success? May, 2015 | Article András Tilcsik The concept of imprinting isn't just for baby ducks — it applies to humans in the workplace too. Learn how the environment in which you begin your career shapes its trajectory, and how it might influence your job performance long-term.