The Management Department
Leadership in research and teaching are the top priorities of the Management Department, with an additional focus on outreach and service. Teaching and curriculum development that increases the potential contribution of our students to their employers in an increasingly complex environment requiring management of change and innovation in a globally competitive arena is emphasized, along with basic research designed to develop, test, or advance management theory or practice. Applied research, designed to provide practicing managers with relevant business tools and information based on recent advances in theory and research is an additional focus.
- Up Next: Compliance‘Building a Culture of Compliance’ Continues Executive Education Breakfast Series The Chief Operating Officer of a nuclear utility in Washington state noticed an employee trip on the stairs after catching her heel on some loose carpeting. The executive, laden with a full schedule of meetings and decisions, “stood guard” in the stairway until a repair... […]
- Women Underrepresented on Corporate BoardsHartford Business Journal – The role of women in leadership has, over the last few weeks, received a great deal of media attention. For example, is Hillary Clinton a presidential candidate, or a woman running for president? Should she play the gender card? Would Donald Trump have reacted to the GOP debate moderator in the same... […]