Steven Feldman's new book explores corruption in American-Chinese business relations
Steven Feldman, PhD, is a Youngstown native who focuses on business ethics as a professor of marketing and policy studies. He spent time teaching in Shanghai while conducting research for a new book, Trouble in the Middle: American-Chinese Business Relations, Culture, Conflict, and Ethics.
Weatherhead alumna Leigh Orne, co-founder of Activyst, helps girls in developing countries through sports
Weatherhead's Kip Lee delivers TED talk on design thinking
How to neuter patent trolls by professor Scott Shane
Crowdfunding and adoption? Professor Goldberg weighs in
Fowler Center's Business Prizing Process: Something waiting to be born
Bill Mahnic shares three reasons why 401K savings is a must
Three members of CWRU community speak at TEDxCLE today
Laszlo's insight flourishes in RMI's portfolio energy management themes
Scott Shane's latest Businessweek post focuses on IRS's worker-classifications
Hal Hamilton: Fifty in Ten: Stabilization of 50% of the Global Fisheries in Ten Years
Mark Votruba weighs in on Cleveland Clinic's recent Nashville partner
Leadership Deep Dive makes the leap to three continents
Applications are now being accepted for the upcoming Leadership Deep Dive flight starting June 11, 2013. This international program has attracted hundreds of senior business executives who have looked to move beyond the limitations of their functional expertise and become better leaders.
Weatherhead part-time MBA jumps to 30th place in latest rankings
Should designers fear design-thinking MBAs?
Current entrepreneurship trends
Trustees commit $10.5 million to Case Western Reserve University
J.B. Silvers joins MetroHealth and Cleveland Museum of Art panel to discuss The Waiting Room documentary
Professor Silvia Prina's research featured in CGAP Blog
Business as an Agent of World Benefit prototyping workshop featured in Axiom article
Michele A. Seyranian