Posted 3.24.16Research by a team from Babson College and Case Western Reserve University, including Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Organizational Behavior Richard Boyatzis, PhD, found the more empathetic the person, the more likely he or she is religious. The study also asserts that many people who have faith are not as smart as others, while atheists are most closely aligned with psychopaths.
Posted 3.22.16Dylan Beach talks about Net Impact, a student club at Weatherhead, and its aim to use business as a force for environmental and social impact.
Posted 3.21.16As co-founder and CEO of Caraa, a next generation omnichannel luxury fitness brand, Aaron Luo, EMBA ’08, is reimagining the world of fitness fashion.
Posted 3.21.16Kalle Lyytinen, faculty director of the Doctor of Management program, department chair and professor of design and innovation, delivered the inaugural lecture for the Department of IT Management at the Copenhagen Business School March 18.
Posted 3.18.16Books@Work, founded by Ann Kowal Smith, DM '10, is featured as one of the top five businesses that promote literature in Forbes. Books@Work connects companies with professors to talk about literature.
Posted 3.15.16The Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club, the largest young professional group in Northeast Ohio, announces the recipients of the 2016 Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Awards, and part-time MBA student Gabriel Malemud, Jeff Briggs, MBA '11, Matt Riehl, JD/MBA '15, and Karla Winans, BS '02 are among the recipients.
Posted 3.11.16New management-based research co-directed by Christopher Lyddy, an organizational behavior doctoral candidate suggests that injecting a corporate culture of mindfulness not only improves focus but the ability to manage stress and how employees work together.
Posted 3.8.16Michael Goldberg, assistant professor of design and innovation, launched the first episode of his podcast series. The podcast shares the stories of the entrepreneurs all around the world who have been impacted by the Beyond Silicon Valley MOOC.
Posted 3.7.16A fly-on-the-wall... or buck-on-the-wall... view of the most recent meeting of The Gorilla Group, Cleveland's premier entrepreneurial enterprise, named for Professor Richard Osborne and led by founding member Don Larson, MBA '01.
Posted 3.2.16Barone was recently appointed CFO of the Albert M. Higley Company.
Posted 3.2.16Cynthia Tomasch appointed the fifth member of the Olmsted Falls Board of Education.
Posted 3.1.16Burts-Cooper, President of Improve Consulting and Training Group and instructor for Weatherhead Executive Education, is featured in the Plain Dealer's Reinvention column for her shift from the chemistry lab where her career began, to helping people work better in teams.
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