Anthony Di Benedetto provides budding scholars with advice to advance their careers in his newly published book.
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.
Susan Mudambi and Pallavi Chitturi provide strategic guidance on how B2B CEOs can garner widespread renown on social media.
Augmented intelligence systems engage and develop employees by playing to their strengths.
Mobile food pantries can increase food distribution and equity in underserved areas.
Although tattoo recognition technology is helpful to identify perpetrators based on their body art, critics voice concerns with false identification.
How often do firms in peripheral economies hire foreign inventors from core economies? How about vice-versa?
Depending on the production process, it may be worth it to pay more for workers in economically advantaged countries.
Jason Thatcher provides a three-step guideline to help researchers identify and restore outdated research constructs.
Live-problem projects and client-consulting projects should be integrated into learning, based on levels of student experience and readiness.
B Corporations have been mobilizing in innovative ways to overcome corporate resistance to social responsibility.
Researchers can improve marketing strategies by learning how different neurophysiological responses can be used to predict distinct marketing outcomes.
Kuang-Yao Lee has developed a new graphical modeling technique that can visualize relationships among multiple, large sets of non-normally distributed data.
Businesses can shape the market environment by immersing themselves in the minds of their customers.
Subodha Kumar proposes a framework that helps physicians personalize breast cancer treatment for patients and reduce their radiotherapy risks.