Faculty and business leaders discussed how companies were adapting to work expectations and needs that were accelerated by COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, rapidly increasing digitalization and political and economic challenges.
Augmented intelligence systems engage and develop employees by playing to their strengths.
Banks claiming to be more socially and environmentally responsible are in fact investing less money into home ownership among low-income communities.
Despite the fact that finance literature predicts most mergers and acquisitions (M&As) will fail, managers continue to complete these transactions.
Researchers can improve marketing strategies by learning how different neurophysiological responses can be used to predict distinct marketing outcomes.
Municipalities have been using zoning ordinances to purposefully keep specific businesses out of the community.
Consumers who made decisions based on emotional reactions or their social identities were more likely to choose environment-friendly options.
Businesses can shape the market environment by immersing themselves in the minds of their customers.
Ride-hailing services contribute to the spread and balance of real estate prices in urban areas.
Airbnbs have exploded across the U.S., having an impact on everything from housing prices to local tourism. However, its effect on crime rates is less well understood.
The supply chain, customer welfare and environment all benefit when manufacturers let their retailers refurbish lightly used electronics.
Firms can drive online engagement with consumers by strategically trademarking hashtags.
Athletes used social media to grow and expand their personal brands when faced with career interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given the ease of virtual communication in the modern age, business travel might seem unnecessary. Senior executives still think it is worth the price.
Banks that issue accounting restatements create less liquidity in the economy, but not for the reason that you might expect.