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Max Beilby and Nigel Nicholson discuss the application of evolutionary psychology to the world of business and management. They cover Nigel Nicholson’s academic career, his books Managing the Human Animal (marketed in the United States as The Executive Instinct), Family Wars, and The “I” of Leadership. They also explore the impacts of the pandemic on the world of work. Also mentioned is Nigel’s Harvard Business Review article, “How Hardwired Is Human Behavior?

Nigel Nicholson is an Emeritus Professor at London Business School, where he has had wide-ranging involvements in research, executive education and business. Nigel writes, teaches, speaks and advises on leadership, family business, biography and legacy, executive development, management in finance, and interpersonal skills.

Max Beilby is a professional organizational psychologist as well as a member of the Human Behavior & Evolution Society and the Association for Business Psychology.

Max has written extensively for This View of Life Magazine and is a member of TVOL’s Business Action Group, which is focused on understanding and improving business from an evolutionary perspective. Anyone is free to join and take part of our networking events, discussions, and collaborative projects.

 

Published On: November 2, 2020

Nigel Nicholson

Nigel Nicholson

Nigel Nicholson is a senior Professor at London Business School, where he has wide-ranging involvements in research, executive education and business. He writes, teaches, speaks and advises on leadership, family business, biography and legacy, executive development, management in finance, and interpersonal skills.

Max Beilby

Max Beilby

Max Beilby is a professional Organizational Psychologist and author of the Darwinian Business Blog.

Max is also a member of the Human Behaviour & Evolution Society and the Association for Business Psychology.

Follow Max on Twitter: @MaxBeilby

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