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Max H. Bazerman is Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business
Administration at the Harvard Business School and the Co-Director
of the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School.
He is the author, co-author, or co-editor of twenty books
(including The Power of Noticing, Simon and Schuster,
2014, and Blind Spots [with Ann Tenbrunsel], Princeton
University Press, 2011) and over 200 research articles and
chapters. His awards include an honorary doctorate from the
University of London (London Business School), and both the
Distinguished Educator Award and the Distinguished Scholar Award
from the Academy of Management. Max’s external work involves
teaching and consulting in 30 countries.
Noticing: A Leadership Challenge
United Kingdom Immersive Field Course: Behavioral Insights
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Selected Publication Citations:
- Academic Journal/Scholarly Articles
Sezer, Ovul, Ting Zhang, Francesca Gino, and Max H. Bazerman.
"Overcoming the Outcome Bias: Making Intentions Matter."
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137
(November 2016): 13-26.
Conlon, Donald E., Max H. Bazerman, Deepak Malhotra, and Madan M.
Pillutla. "Celebrating the work of J. Keith Murnighan."
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 9.4 (November
Bazerman, Max H., and Ovul Sezer. "Bounded Awareness: Implications
for Ethical Decision Making." Organizational Behavior and Human
Decision Processes 136.C (2016): 95-105.
Bazerman, Max H., and Daniel Kahneman. "How to Make the Other Side
Play Fair." Harvard Business Review 94.9 (2016): 16.
Hildreth, John Angus D., Francesca Gino, and Max Bazerman. "Blind
Loyalty? When Group Loyalty Makes Us See Evil or Engage in It."
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 132
(January 2016): 16-36.