It was a chance friendship with a Taiwanese girl who offered to share her elementary school bus seat that gave Élida Bautista, incoming director of diversity & inclusion for Berkeley Haas, her first experience of “otherness.” “My friend was a Buddhist, and she was the first person I was aware of who didn’t believe in
Haas In The Headlines
Los Angeles TimesJan 12
Prof. Severin Borenstein says state's cap-and-trade program was designed to be flexible. “Regulations that are seen as overly harmful to the economy would set climate policy back both locally and globally.”
Fast CompanyJan 11
Asst. Prof. Juliana Schroeder of the Haas Management of Organizations Group found that when people watched or listened to someone express a view they disagree with they are less dismissive than when when they read the exact same opinion.
Harvard Business ReviewJan 11
Brandi Pearce, a Haas lecturer who researches team performance, writes that success with open offices may have as much to do with how people feel about the space—something called place identity—as with the space itself.