Faculty News | Toronto Star | 14 May 2011
Nagging may have virtues in the office
Re: Tsedal Neeley
In the workplace like in life, repeating the request for a task is the best way to complete projects and get the job done, reports Harvard Business School professor Tsedal Neely and colleagues Paul Leonardi and Elizabeth Gerber from Northwestern University. As they put it: "Managers who are deliberately redundant as communicators move their projects forward more quickly and smoothly than those who are not."

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