Professor, Author, Research Expert
The keynotes by Max Bazerman are often rooted in business psychology, a topic that he has studied intensively. He explores instances of accounting fraud, ethics and motivators to engage in unethical behavior. Bazerman's work is often published in academic journals and media publications, such as the New York Times.
Bazerman currently works as a Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, and co-directs for the Harvard Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership.
His latest book, 'The Power of Noticing,' serves as a blueprint for how to improve our observational skills and, subsequently, our leadership potential or effectiveness. In the past, his literary contributions to the field of behavioral psychology have won awards, such as the Silver Medal Axiom Business Book Award in Business Ethics for 'Blind Spots: Why We Fail to Do What's Right and What to Do about It.'