Dec 31 • 1 min read
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Whether it’s over coffee or on Zoom, social connections create companies, establish successful partnerships and launch industry-changing research projects. That’s why one of the biggest challenges we’ve had globally over the last year, as we sought to slow and stop the spread of the coronavirus, has been maintaining our social relationships with far-away friends and colleagues during the quarantine.

In the 2020 issue of On the Verge, we invite you to gather ’round the virtual water cooler and connect with your colleagues and friends on a deeper level. Using research from faculty and alumni of the Fox School of Business and School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, turn your small talk into real, meaningful conversations.

Featuring articles on

Pop Culture

To Binge or Not to Binge?
The Case for a Social CEO
How FOMO Drives Tourism

Management

Calculating Influence in the C-Suite
Managing Risk with Reward
Recipe For a “Just-Right” Workplace

Politics

From the Break Room to the Ballot Box
High Time for Legalization?
Changing the Channel on CSR
ERA to USA: Protecting a Fragile Future

Sports

If You Build It, They Will Come
Bias and Betting
Workaholics, Get a Life!

The Future of Translational Research
Shaping Business Academics for a Rapidly Evolving World

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