Behavioural decision theory
Mathew's research focuses on behavioural decision theory explanations of strategy and entrepreneurship decisions and outcomes. He's widely published and has featured in The Economist, New York Times and Fortune magazine among others. Mathew's teaching broadly covers strategy, entrepreneurship, innovation, negotiations and organisational behaviour. He's undertaken research and consulting work with firms including Dell, Ericsson, Intel, Jababeka (Indonesia) and Pearson.
Mathew Hayward's Articles
The pay cut smokescreen
CEOs worldwide are taking voluntary hits to their remuneration – but is it all born of benevolence?
Chief Emotional Officers
Embracing weakness and vulnerability might be a CEO’s greatest strength.
Why CEOs need to embrace fear
Vulnerabilities are an occupational hazard for CEOs. Fear is the manifest human emotion that comes with it.