Research & Opinion
Just in time for Father's Day we have the latest example of corporate merry making from chief comedian (unofficial title) at Cisco Systems, Tim Washer, MBA '96. It seems the perfect gift for Dad is industrial strength telecom gear
As smaller public companies hold out hope that Congress will exempt them from compliance with the external auditor provision of Section 404(b) of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, an academic paper may provide ammunition to the exemption's supporters.
With the rise of online shopping, social media interactions and other web activities, the Internet is quickly becoming a treasure trove of data that is rich in value. But sorting and using that information is a perplexing challenge for anyone hoping to take advantage of it.
OnCampus Research, a division of the National Association of College Stores (NACS), recently concluded a project with senior marketing students from The McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin (UT).
The Harvard Business Review print and online versions feature articles from Ethan Burris, assistant professor of management at McCombs. Burris studies how and why employees do or don't speak up at work.
The energy bill unveiled in the Senate earlier this month has begun to attract big attention from energy reform and industry interests, especially in the light of the recent Gulf Coast deepwater oil spill.
Are recent graduates of medical schools more patient-oriented than their predecessors? Some might say yes, given the changes in medical education over past decades.
Insurance coverage has taken center stage in health care reform conversations, but another big change is also a hot topic in the industry: electronic medical records. The recent stimulus bill earmarked $20 billion for health care IT. Many argue it's key to improving health care, but others are hesistant to start using new technologies.
Is there a more challenging industry for data management than health care? After more than 20 years experience analyzing medical care management and outcomes, Kristie Loescher thinks not.