Goodbye, Black Friday
The holiday shopping season is upon us! But with a global pandemic, disrupted supply chains and more online shopping than ever—what will this season hold?
If you lead, will they follow?
What makes a manager, a CEO or a president a leader that people will follow? According to Lynne Andersson, associate professor of Human Resource Management, it all hinges on credibility.
The Economy of Sports
Jeremy Jordan, associate dean of School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, illustrates how COVID-19 has taken its toll on sports.
The Unintended Consequences of 2020
We leveraged the expertise of Fox faculty to provide insight into how aspects of the business landscape have fared, and speculate on what the future might hold.
Tourism: Today vs. Tomorrow
Yang Yang, an associate professor at Temple’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management discusses why tourism has been hit so hard and when the industry might return to a new normal during COVID-19.
Transforming the Business of Healthcare
Healthcare is changing, and not just because of the pandemic. For years, there has been a growing trend of consumerism in healthcare – meaning that the industry is shifting from serving “passive patients to empowered consumers,” as Kevin Mahoney MBA ’15, DBA ’18, explains. People are looking for convenient, quality healthcare within their own communities, […]
What does Biden Mean for Business?
“I see a lot of silver linings in the economy over the next three to four years. I think that there will be a more progressive tax structure. That will help ease the government spending problem and simultaneously take care of some of the inequality problems as well. I think another thing: the climate is […]