Management Faculty Media Mentions

  • September 15, 2022

    Want to make the best possible impression on someone to boost your career prospects? Share the credit for your accomplishments. That’s the conclusion a team of professors, including Einav Hart, assistant professor of management, reached in research they wrote up for a paper currently under review for publication.

  • August 21, 2022

    "While cultural norms remain powerful barriers to change, research points to actions that women, and organizations, can take to boost women’s credibility and build their negotiating muscle," writes Suzanne de Janasz, management professor, and co-author Terri A. Scandura in a piece for Dialogue magazine.

  • July 4, 2022

    Management professor Suzanne de Janasz shares some of the underlying issues she sees that keep people from negotiating on an episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast.

  • August 2, 2022

    Victoria Grady, associate professor of management, was interviewed by the A Geek Leader podcast where she discussed her new book, Stuck: How to WIN in Business by Understanding LOSS.

  • June 17, 2022

    “Implementing remote work is really about re-imagining what it means for each and every person to be at work,” says Kevin Rockmann, professor of management, in an interview with BBC on remote work and wellbeing. "Employers need to balance flexibility, giving people the tools they need to remain productive and the social needs of employees."

  • May 31, 2022

    Dean Maury Peiperl discusses the seven principles for making responsible business leadership effective in EFMD GlobalFocus. “Looking forward – and indeed, looking at history – the best societal business leaders will be masters of coalition-building and the contradictions of “coopetition” (i.e. cooperation with rivals),” says Peiperl.

  • May 16, 2022

    Having a team where more than one gender is represented is always something that companies should strive for. “In business, you need diverse points of view, you need the benefit of different ways of looking at the world, and I will say I have had better learnings,” Dean Maury Peiperl says an interview with SHESKILLZGLOBAL.

  • May 2, 2022

    On addressing how to deal with your colleagues’ annoying habits or quirks Suzanne de Janasz, professor of management, says to “use phrases like, ‘Have you noticed?’ or ‘What’s your take?’” so the dialogue can be reframed as a “a joint problem-solving exercise,” in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

  • April 2, 2022

    Victoria Grady wrote an article for RealLeaders on individual and organizational change, and the challenges of getting unstuck at work. 

  • March 22, 2022

    “At George Mason University, we’re developing a wearable tech solution that would reduce dependence on job coaches and smooth the employment transition for many neurodiverse people,” writes Sarah Wittman, assistant professor of management, along with Vivian Motti, assistant professor in the Department of Information Sciences and Technology, in an article for Employee Benefit News.