Faculty Experts

  • Department Chair Dr. Diana Bilimoria discusses Organizational Behavior
    http://weatherhead.case.edu/phdob - Weatherhead's PhD in organizational behavior was the first of its kind. Created in 1964, it set the standard for universities worldwide. United by a passion for generating new knowledge of enduring consequence through scholarly inquiry, writing and research, and deeply reflective practice, candidates study in a department consistently ranked among the best in the world. https://weatherhead.case.edu/degrees/doctorate/phd/organizational-behavior/ Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management is located in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Executive MBA at Weatherhead School of Management
    Faculty and alumni of the Executive MBA describe the benefits of the program, including the emphasis on leadership. Learn more at weatherhead.case.edu/emba
  • The MOOC and Motte-Culem: A world where we can share everything with everybody
    Richard Boyatzis, PhD, Distinguished University Professor, H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business and professor of organizational behavior meets Marie Motte-Culem, one of nearly 200,000 participants around the world who had signed up for his massive open online course (MOOC) titled Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence. Motte-Culem was so inspired by the MOOC's topic of "resonant leadership" she flew from France to take additional courses with Weatherhead Executive Education to get her Emotionally Intelligent Leader certificate.
  • Sustainable Value
  • How Safe a Choice Would Janet Yellen Be as Fed Chief?
    For more on the Yellen confirmation hearing, BizAsiaAmerica anchor Phillip Yin is joined by William Mahnic, Associate Professor at Case Western Reserve University. Subscribe to BizAsiaAmerica: http://goo.gl/FMKaBj Follow CCTV America: Twitter: http://bit.ly/15oqHSy Facebook: http://on.fb.me/172VKne
  • Who Will Replace Bernanke as Chairman?
    CCTV America correspondent Jessica Stone takes an in-depth look at the Federal Reserve's recent economic expectations and the candidates for the Federal Reserve chair. Then anchor Phillip Yin and William Mahnic, Banking and Finance Professor at Case Western Reserve University, have further discussions on this topic.
  • Appreciative Inquiry: A Conversation with David Cooperrider
    Distinguished Visiting Professor David Cooperrider talks about Appreciative Inquiry and the power of strength-based leadership.
  • Leadership Deep Dive
    Immerse yourself in a leadership development program for senior executives that is rooted in ideas and practices developed by Weatherheads top ranked Organizational Behavior Department. Emerge from this transformational experience with a new realization of the power of your leadership. Join the hundreds of executives who have benefited from our proven approach to developing great leaders. Instructors Diana Bilimoria, Ph.D Richard Boyatzis, Ph.D. David Cooperrider, Ph.D. Ronald Fry, Ph.D. Melvin Smith, Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management Cleveland, OH
  • Doctors of Business: Ham and Egging
    How can a fresh entrepreneur struggling between the need for funding and the need for a product, achieve success in both? The Drs. Of Business Panel debates the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Case-Based Learning Benefits for Strategy Consultants
    Mike Chapman, Weatherhead alumnus '00, talks about how Weatherhead's case-based instructional process and frameworks have made him successful in his career as a strategy consultant. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Weatherhead Business Education's Impact on a Medical Career
    Dr. Diego Grauman, Weatherhead alumnus '05, talks about his educational experience at the Weatherhead School of Management and its impact on his career. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Is the Healthcare Industry Sustainable?
    Will the healthcare industry bubble pop, or is it simply speculation? Dr. J.B. Silvers, John R. Mannix Medical Mutual of Ohio Professor of Health Care Finance and professor of banking and finance at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses this issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Lean Operations Applied to the Healthcare Industry
    As healthcare industry costs result in increasingly expensive care, how can actively using lean operations change the system? Dr. George L. Vairaktarakis, William E. Umstattd Professor of Industrial Economics and professor of operations at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Urgent Care Centers' Role in Emergency Healthcare
    Are urgent care centers the answer to less costly emergency healthcare? Dr. Richard Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor, H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business, and professor of organizational behavior at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Millennials and Business Start-Ups
    Is it cause for concern that the younger generations are starting businesses at a lower rate with minimal risk? Dr. Scott Shane, A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies and professor of economics at Weatherhead School of Management discusses this issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Spurring Real Wage Growth
    Is real wage growth impacted by large or small businesses? What is the relationship between wage growth and productivity? The Drs. of Business Panel debates this issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: How Businesses Can Benefit Underserved Areas
    Where a business decides to locate impacts the entire community. Dr. Robin Dubin, Department Chair and professor of economics at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses how increased suburban economic activity impacts metropolitan areas. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Effect of Wearable Devices in the Healthcare Market
    As the technology of wearables slowly improves and expands, how will this affect our health lifestyles and awareness? The Drs. Of Business Panel debates this issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Healthcare Innovation
    As healthcare rises as a percentage of GDP, how will this impact innovation in this field? Dr. Scott Shane, A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies and professor of economics at Weatherhead School of Management discusses this issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Effective Leadership
    Is there a leadership style that is most effective in the workplace? Dr. Richard Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor, H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business and professor of organizational behavior at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Urban Sprawl and Inner-Ring Suburbs
    How does increasing urban sprawl affect the inner-ring suburbs of major cities (such as Cleveland Heights, Ohio)? Dr. Robin Dubin, Department Chair and professor of economics at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Lifestyle Changes Effect on Healthcare
    How will society's increasing emphasis on a healthy lifestyle affect the healthcare industry? Dr. Richard Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor, H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business, and professor of organizational behavior at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Doctors of Business: Are Cultural Centers Possible in Cleveland?
    As downtown Cleveland becomes a more attractive area to settle into, will there be a spur of cultural centers around the city? Dr. Robin Dubin, Department Chair and professor of economics at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University discusses the issue. During the Doctors of Business panel, Weatherhead School of Management provided some of the best prospective students from around the world an opportunity to ask our Doctors of Business questions regarding business, leadership, economic and financial policy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • Karen Braun, Associate Professor, Accountancy
  • Tim Fogarty, Professor, Accountancy