"Small Business No Longer Plagued by Recession Pessimism," Small Business Trends post by Scott Shane
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Businessweek post by Scott Shane, "Small business job creation is stronger than we think"
Strengths Movement Still in Act 1, David Cooperrider cited in Axiom News
Shane posts in Entrepreneur, "What an end to the health-care law could mean for small business"
Scott Shane posts "The Great Recession’s Effect on Small Loans to Business" in Small Business Trends
Shane cited in Harvard Business Review post, "The road to crowdfunding hell"
Scott Shane posts "Small Business's Share of Employment is Shrinking" in Forbes
Scott Shane quoted in Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Scott Shane comments on web-based "Crowdfunding" in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Alumni Notes - May
The Washington Post's WonkBlog quotes Scott Shane
Susan Helper's research sited in The Economist article, "Back to Making Stuff"
Sam Thomas quoted in Financial Times article "India cut: will consumers react?"
Sam Thomas quoted in beyondbrics post, India cut: will consumers react?
"The Best Government Invests in Small Business?" Businessweek Post by Scott Shane
J.B. Silvers quoted in "Insurance exchanges: Does it matter if they're designed by states or the feds?"
Weatherhead Finance PhD, Coauthors Win $25K from S & P
Read Financial Times 10 Questions with Diana Bilimoria
Leadership Deep Dive in Dubai
Alumnus in Jeopardy!?
After a two-day run on Jeopardy!, Sean Hansen, MBA ’02, PhD ’11, went home with $31,001. An assistant professor of management information systems at Rochester Institute of Technology, Hansen told his local newspaper he didn’t cram before the show: “My head is already full of useless information.” Watch Hansen give a CLE shout-out!
Fowler Center for Sustainable Value Featured on the AACSB International Resource Center
Richard Boyatzis Talks "The Resonant Team Leader" in Harvard Business Review Post
Creating Competitive Advantage by Embedding Sustainability (video clip)
Alumni Notes - April
Small Businesses Don't Choose Low-Tax States, BusinessWeek Post by Scott Shane
Nonprofit Management and Leadership Releases Spring 2012 Issue
Now online is the Spring 2012 issue of Nonprofit Management and Leadership, a leading publication in the nonprofit studies field. The lead article, "Grantmaking as Advocacy: The Emergence of Social Justice Philanthropy," identifies characteristics of foundations that are propelled by an activist progressive social reform agenda. Learn about the "radical flank" that influences the grantmaking agenda in the United States.
Talking with Walker
Goldilocks and Small Business Credit, Post by Scott Shane
Positive Renewal: Can you even keep going?
Positive Renewal: Can You Even Keep Going?
Inclusive Leadership: Effectively Leading Diverse Teams
Innovation's New Frontier: Start Leveraging the Power of a Large Group AI Summit