Easton was recently selected as one of 2016's Top Thought Leaders in Trust by the Trust Across America-Trust Around the World (TAA-TAW). The awards program is in its sixth year of celebrating professionals who are transforming business.
STRETCH: HOW TO FUTURE PROOF YOURSELF FOR TOMORROW'S WORKPLACE, BY KARIE WILLYERD, DM '03 & BARBARA MISTICK, DM '03
Reviewed by Financial Times and Library Journal, Stretch shows how to prepare for an unknown future, be fully engaged, and stretch to the next level to avoid becoming obsolete at work. Stretch identifies five practices that make it possible for anyone to advance in a skills market.
As President and co-CEO of Vontobel Asset Management, Hensler's doctoral dissertation research on how financial advisers reacted after the financial crisis is cited in The New York Times, "New Year, Old-Fashioned Investment Strategy."
Easton was recently named to Trust Across America-Trust Around the World (TAA-TAW)'s list of 2016 Top Thought Leaders. The awards program is in its sixth year of celebrating professionals who are transforming the way organizations do business.
The award was presented at the U.S. Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Annual Conference in San Diego. Ladd, a PhD in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems candidate, wrote "Is Business Model Validation Valid?" on the value of hypothesis testing.
Jess Shoop, current PhD in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems student, presented her research on the skills, behaviors and traits that characterize an effective senior leader within IT organizations at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) this December in Fort Worth, Texas.
William J. Paolillo, DM '15, recently published a book, The Glass Company: How to Lead, Hire and Sell in the Transparent World. Additional authors included in the book are program colleagues David Grogan, DM '15, Edward Straub, DM '15, and Solange Charas, PhD '13.