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  • Free women in leadership online course

    Diana Bilimoria, PhD, professor of organizational behavior, is teaching the MOOC Women in Leadership: Inspiring Positive Change May 15-June 15. Register today!
  • Emotional Intelligence MOOC one of 14 best free courses starting in May

    Richard Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor and the H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business, is once again teaching his massive open online course (MOOC) titled, “Inspiring Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence.” The course is considered one of the best and most popular MOOCs, according to Business Insider.
  • Sustainability's tipping point

    Chris Laszlo, associate professor of organizational behavior, argues for sustainability as an opportunity for students to study, scholars to invent, businesses to innovate, nonprofits to influence, and governments to legislate all in service of the democratic majority's desired outcomes.
  • David Cooperrider To Conduct Appreciative Inquiry Summit for Fathom

    David Cooperrider, Fairmount Minerals Professor of Entrepreneurship at Weatherhead School of Management, will be leading Fathom in a 3-day "Appreciative Inquiry Summit," his groundbreaking signature process to catalyze organizational change.
  • David Cooperrider receives CWRU Faculty Distinguished Research Award

    Cooperrider is one of five faculty members across the university to be recognized this year and will receive a plaque and a $10,000 one-time salary supplement.
  • Starbucks' #RaceTogether is part of a larger shift in global business impact

    The true significance of #RaceTogether goes far beyond the initiative of any one company. Progressive businesses are undergoing a fundamental shift.
  • John Paul Stephens on aesthetics in design thinking

    John Paul Stephens, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, discusses his recent collaboration with Brodie J. Boland on their paper, "The Aesthetic Knowledge Problem of Problem-Solving with Design Thinking" from the Journal of Management Inquiry.