Associate Professor of Management Caroline Bartel recently conducted a series of studies on the link between leadership effectiveness and the ability to read a group. She and her co-authors developed an online assessment called the Emotional Aperture Measure, which rates a person’s ability to recognize group emotions.
New research from the McCombs School of Business finds that motivation to launch a company often comes from a singular, notable event or person.
Sometimes perfectly good words transform into jargon or business clichés through repeated abuse. McCombs professors explain why you should send the hip and high-tech facade of business jargon packing.
Herb Kelleher, former co-founder, chairman and CEO of Southwest Airlines, was the 2004 BBA Commencement speaker at McCombs. Ten years later, we revisit his entertaining and insightful remarks on leadership.
After a semester-long mentorship, graduate students represented McCombs with two impressive presentations at the 2014 Retail Industry Leaders Association conference.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's recent ban on telecommuting has spawned a heated debate. Vote in our poll about the merits of her decision, and share your own telecommuting experience with us in the comments.