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Nicholas Bloom's research shows that firms which set goals and hold workers accountable clearly outperform.

Aug 23 2016

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Firms that set goals and hold workers accountable “clearly outperform,” said Nicholas Bloom, an economist at Stanford University and co-author of a recent paper that used Census data to examine more than 32,000 U.S. manufacturing plants. He said they have faster growth, higher profitability and are less likely to go bankrupt.