Mendoza School of Business

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  • October 9, 2018
    GE’s leadership problem goes beyond its CEO

    Management professor Tim Hubbard recently participated in a Knowledge@Wharton podcast about General Electric's decision to replace CEO John Flannery.

    Knowledge@Wharton

  • October 1, 2018
    GE replaces CEO and investors cheer, despite a profit warning and huge charge

    In a MarketWatch story, management professor Tim Hubbard weighed in on General Electric's stock price jump Monday morning following news that GE had ousted John Flannery as CEO and named Larry Culp as his successor.…

    MarketWatch

  • September 25, 2018
    Sidestepping the pitfalls of overconfidence with plausible deniability

    Although confidence can serve as both a blessing and a curse, new research from the University of Notre Dame shows how people can reap the rewards without risking the social penalties for overconfidence.

    Shannon Roddel

  • September 21, 2018
    Flourishing in Ministry program aims to counter pastor burnout

    Matt Bloom was interviewed by the National Catholic Reporter about his Flourishing in Ministry research.  "Most of what we're finding is that ministry work is getting more difficult," Bloom, who has been studying clergy work issues at Notre Dame since 2008, told NCR.…

    National Catholic Reporter

  • July 23, 2018
    Notre Dame Executive Education’s Inspirational Leadership program offered in Ireland’s historic Kylemore Abbey

    Leadership doesn’t always carry an executive title. A doctor juggling a busy practice, a lawyer overseeing staff, or even an academic professional can find themselves in demanding business leadership roles, just as any corporate CEO or director. Inspirational Leadership at Kylemore…

    Carol Elliott

  • July 23, 2018
    Commentary: Perhaps Trump should read ‘The Art of the Deal’

    Business professor Joseph Holt wrote an op-ed piece for the Chicago Tribune on President Donald Trump's negotiating skills. The goal in a negotiation is to satisfy your interests while improving, or at least not harming, your relationship with your counterpart. World-class negotiators know how to strike the right balance between their own interests and their relationships with their counterparts.…

    Joseph Holt

  • June 8, 2018
    Is Starbucks’ barista in chief brewing a presidential run?

    Management professor Tim Hubbard was interviewed for an OZY piece about the potential for outgoing Starbucks' executive chairman Howard Schultz to make a presidential run. Read the full story here.…

    OZY

  • June 5, 2018
    Howard Schultz, architect of modern Starbucks, to step down as executive chairman

    Tim Hubbard, an assistant professor in the Department of Management & Organization at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, was quoted in a CNBC story about the decision by Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz to step down. 

    CNBC

  • June 4, 2018
    Rex Tillerson’s failures should send corporate leaders soul searching

    In a commentary piece for Fast Company, Notre Dame business ethics professor Joseph Holt, who teaches in the Department of Management and Organization in the Mendoza College of Business, examines the corporate leadership model in light of Rex Tillerson's tenure as U.S. Secretary of State. …

    Joseph Holt

  • May 8, 2018
    The Moral Dilemma to Business Research

    The current business research model is unsustainable. That's why it's critical that schools realign their incentives to encourage faculty to produce credible research that is useful to society.

    William Glick, Anne Tsui and Gerald Davis