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.
Your retirement savings don't have to bottom out even if the economy does. Between 2007 and 2009, financial markets lost more than 30 percent of their value — causing American households to lose roughly $16 trillion in net worth. People ages 55-64 saw their wealth drop by more than 30 percent, and middle- aged Americans’ net worth decreased by more than half.
Professor Robert Prentice was awarded the Distinguished Career Achievement Award at The Academy of Legal Studies in Business annual conference.
Over the summer, Associate Professor of Management Ethan Burris spent four months working as a visiting scholar at Google headquarters studying how employees speak up. Here's what he shared about the experience.
IROM Professor Guoming Lai has been awarded this year’s Wickham Skinner Early-Career Research Accomplishments Award, given by the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS).