Posted 1.31.17Alexis Hayman, director of Student Experience at Weatherhead, sat down with Muyiwa Oni, president of Net Impact student club and a second-year MBA student, as well as his Net Impact Case Competition teammates, to discuss their recent success in this national competition.
Posted 1.30.17David Cooperrider, PhD, will be honored as one of the founders of positive psychology by the Fifth World Congress On Positive Psychology.
Posted 1.20.17Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior Diane Bergeron pens this Op-Ed about the intangible functions of a job that often make it more difficult for women to advance in their careers.
Posted 1.20.17In this ongoing, monthly series, the Weatherhead School of Management will explore the challenges women and their employers face when trying to maximize their mutual success.
Posted 1.18.17J.B. Silvers, PhD, John R. Mannix Medical Mutual of Ohio Professor of Health Care Finance, has written op-ed pieces for The New York Times and Crain's Cleveland Business on the effects of the potential dismantling of the Affordable Care Act.
Posted 1.12.17Hartwick College President Margaret L. Drugovich has been named “2016 Citizen of the Year” by local media outlets Hometown Oneonta, the Freeman’s Journal, and www.AllOtsego.com. Drugovich is a 2004 graduate of Weatherhead's Doctor of Management program.
Posted 1.10.17Wondering how industrial designers can find fulfillment in a lifelong career? Find out how to bypass creative burnout by growing your leadership skills.
Posted 1.1.17Central to the Quantum Leadership Project proposition are personal and organizational practices that instill a new consciousness of connectedness in leaders and organizations. Through an evidence-based approach which complements the financial case for sustainability by emphasizing the emotional and relational basis of leadership, the Quantum Leadership Project shows that it is only through such a change in consciousness that businesses can develop profit strategies aimed at healthy environments and increasing well-being.
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