- September 18, 2023
Associate Professor of Management Heather Vough's research into how a focus on passion in creative professions poses risks for employees was covered in Great Place to Work.
- August 18, 2023
When confronted with sexist humor at work, women are often left with no good option, explains Mandy O'Neill in an op-ed for Smartbrief.
- July 31, 2023
Einav Hart, assistant professor of organizational behavior in the management department, explains why you should ask sensitive questions in the workplace in The Academic Minute.
- July 10, 2023
Heather Vough, associate professor of management, and Benjamin Kessler write about how to keep social tension from tearing your team apart in the July 2023 issue of HR Future magazine.
- July 5, 2023
Einav Hart, assistant professor of management, appeared on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute podcast to discuss her research on negotiation styles.
- June 20, 2023
Sarah Wittman, assistant professor of management, was interviewed by The Business Journals in an article about workers who are biding their time for better offers instead of resigning - a phenomenon they call the "Big Stay."
- June 14, 2023
Management Professor Matthew Cronin contributed to a review article in The Conversation on mental health and work to see how scholars can best investigate these issues going forward.
- Before hiring a financial planner, catch them off-guard with smart questions that extract revealing answersJune 13, 2023
Einav Hart, assistant professor of Management, was interviewed by MarketWatch for an article about questions to ask prospective financial planners.
- June 3, 2023
Mandy O'Neill, associate professor of management, talked about the origins of anger in the workplace, its danger, and how to combat it on the June 3, 2023 episode of Business Matters from the BBC World Service.
- May 31, 2023
Former School of Business professor Suzanne de Janasz wrote an article for AACSB Insights on why it's important for Gen Z to learn negotiation tactics.