August 13, 2021New Diversity in Leadership program opens up paths to the C-suite
The cross-institutional program is designed to increase the number of ethnic minorities and women in executive roles in the public, private, nonprofit and social sectors of central Indiana.
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August 11, 2021Alumni Success: Terrell Turner, MSA ’08,
Terrell Turner, MSA '08, started a new business in January 2020 aimed at helping grow small business through providing on-demand training, podcast and shows for entrepreneurs and business leaders.
August 9, 2021The downside of loyalty: Study reveals why some organizational cover-ups go unchecked
New research from the University of Notre Dame management professor Timothy Kundro identifies two common types of cover-ups and reveals why some are allowed to continue unchecked.
August 8, 2021Active vs passive: 2 reasons why active wins
Live Wire covered ground-breaking research by finance professor and Dean of Mendoza College of Business Martijn Cremers which showed that only the most distinct and most patient funds go on to meaningfully outperform the stock market over very long periods.
August 2, 2021Why bond funds may be riskier than they seem
A Financial Times opinion piece examines research by finance professor Huaizhi Chen which found that almost a third of supposedly safe US bond funds are actually riskier than their classification would imply.
July 26, 2021Director retention does not necessarily facilitate post-acquisition firm performance, study shows
New research from management professor John Busenbark calls into question the wisdom of retaining at least one board-level director from an acquired company.
July 26, 2021Politics: The minders and Mandarins of capitalism
The Wall Street Journal reviewed management professor Jim Otteson's book “Seven Deadly Economic Sins," calling it a fine effort to introduce readers to the basic principles of market economics."
Wall Street Journal
July 26, 2021Has the threat of waiving COVID-19 vaccine intellectual property rights had its desired effect?
IT, Analytics & Operations professor and supply chain expert Kaitlin Wowak was quoted in a piece by European Pharmaceutical Review about the challenges to supply chains for PPE such as respirators and N95 masks.
European Pharmaceutical Review
July 22, 2021Tips and ‘service with a smile’ rules fuel sex harassment in restaurants, study says
"Much of the research and media attention has focused on why organizational insiders, or other employees engage in sexual harassment. It really didn't address why service employees were likely to face sexual harassment from organizational outsiders, like customers. We wanted to uncover what factors could be driving this given its prevalence." said management professor Timothy Kundro in an NPR piece.
July 22, 2021New studies blame tipping and service with a smile for stoking sexual harassment
Restaurant Business Online covered new research by management professor Timothy Kundro, which shows that sexual harassment within the restaurant industry is due to a combination of tipping and service with a smile.