How to get ahead in your job when you don’t know anyone

06 July 2018 | Research

Asst Prof Ruolian Fang and Asst Prof Daniel McAllister from NUS Business School shared that their joint study with the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, has shown that new hires with limited or no managerial connections, but who have strong ties with their co-workers and favourable self-evaluations, are just as successful in adjusting to their new roles as those with connections.