Ethan Bernstein is an assistant professor in the Organizational Behavior unit and the Berol Corporation Fellow at the Harvard Business School. He teaches the second-year MBA course in Managing Human Capital, an MBA immersive field course in Tokyo on Innovation and Leadership through the Fusion of Digital and Analog, and various executive education programs. He also created and chairs HBX Live's inaugural multi-session course, Managing Your Career Development. He previously taught the first-year MBA course in Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LEAD) and a PhD course on the craft of field research.
Professor Bernstein studies the impact of workplace transparency—the observability of employee activities, routines, behaviors, output, and/or performance—on productivity, with implications for leadership, collaboration, organization design, and new forms of organizing.
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