Whether we are feeling fired up from the latest TedTalk, motivated to make major changes because of that one book we read, or about to make a major shift in our organization based on one academic article, how do we know if that claim is fully true? Are we certain that individual or research conducted had pure intentions and not just trying to sell more books? What do we do if we find ourselves in a situation where a big claim is untrue? On this episode, we're sitting down with the Dale M. Coleman Chair in Management for the Kelley School of Business Ernest O'Boyle, who shares how we, as leaders, have an obligation to vet major claims - especially when our decisions impact the livelihoods of people. He shares how to do enough research to prove a claim's validity without sacrificing our whole work day.