Emotions Are Data, Too

Petriglieri, Gianpiero
May 2014
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;5/9/2014, p2
The article discusses the role of emotions as sources of intelligence about organizational culture and work and mentions topics including the disadvantages of silencing emotions, ways in which roles often elicit emotions, and determining the purpose of emotions and who benefits from them.


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