- January 24, 2023
Assistant professor Sarah Wittman talks about her research "Job Transitions and the Lingering Identity" on an episode of the Workplace Perspective podcast.
- January 12, 2023
Sarah Wittman, assistant professor of management, appeared on an episode of The Fix podcast to discuss her research on how work plays a huge role in shaping our identities, relationships, and sense of belonging.
- November 26, 2022
New research from management professor Einav Hart and Eric VanEpps shows that the way you ask a question determines whether you'll get a straight answer. This article in Psychology Today provides a summary.
- November 2, 2022
Lack of “fit” is often cited as a key reason why new hires fail in their roles. But Management Professor Sarah Wittman argues in the Harvard Business Review that “fit” doesn’t always stem from incompatibility, but rather can come from a failure to complete the psychological transition from one identity to another.
- October 3, 2022
"The gender wage gap often starts at the salary negotiations table. By teaching our students the right skills, we can help make that gap disappear—for good," writes Management Professor Suzanne de Janasz for AACSB Insights.
- September 15, 2022
Want to make the best possible impression on someone to boost your career prospects? Share the credit for your accomplishments. That’s the conclusion a team of professors, including Einav Hart, assistant professor of management, reached in research they wrote up for a paper currently under review for publication.
- August 21, 2022
"While cultural norms remain powerful barriers to change, research points to actions that women, and organizations, can take to boost women’s credibility and build their negotiating muscle," writes Suzanne de Janasz, management professor, and co-author Terri A. Scandura in a piece for Dialogue magazine.
- July 4, 2022
Management professor Suzanne de Janasz shares some of the underlying issues she sees that keep people from negotiating on an episode of the Negotiations Ninja podcast.
- August 2, 2022
Victoria Grady, associate professor of management, was interviewed by the A Geek Leader podcast where she discussed her new book, Stuck: How to WIN in Business by Understanding LOSS.
- June 17, 2022
“Implementing remote work is really about re-imagining what it means for each and every person to be at work,” says Kevin Rockmann, professor of management, in an interview with BBC on remote work and wellbeing. "Employers need to balance flexibility, giving people the tools they need to remain productive and the social needs of employees."