London Business School Review

Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour

Avoid the common pitfalls and secure the package you really want

By Niro Sivanathan

You may not have heard of the dilution effect – but you will doubtless have made decisions under its influence

By Niro Sivanathan

Once you’ve committed to a business strategy, it’s strangely easy to ignore the warning signs

By Freek Vermeulen

Power shapes our every interaction – so better learn how to use it

By Ena Inesi

Humans will do almost anything to avoid feeling out of control – even if it means electing an aggressive alpha male as leader

By Niro Sivanathan

Not at all, say Margaret Ormiston and Niro Sivanathan, who offer tips on how to manage the individual experience of diversity

By Margaret Ormiston

Rankings are everywhere. But what does it mean? According to Niro Sivanathan, it matters a lot. And not in the obvious way you might think.

By Niro Sivanathan

"Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." Lord Acton's words have been quoted widely since he wrote them in the 1880s.

By Niro Sivanathan

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