Professors in the News
- Prof. Pankaj Ghemawat discusses the impact of globalization among business schools (Biz Ed Magazine).
- Prof. Mike North discusses the phenomenon of companies "ghosting" job applicants. (Mel Magazine).
- Prof. JP Eggers is interviewed about rising executive pay (The Nightly Business Report).
- Prof. Melissa Schilling shares her views on the obstacles preventing the adoption of the electric vehicle (Fortune).
- Prof. Pankaj Ghemawat shares insights for business leaders in the wake of anti-globalization sentiment (HBR).
- Prof. Anat Lechner discusses findings from a new study looking at the impact of disruptive innovation on companies (The Canadian Mailer).
- Prof. JP Eggers shares his views on Amazon's recent aquisition of Whole Foods (The Washington Post).
- Prof. Rob Salomon discusses GM's entry into the self-driving vehicle market (CCTV).
- Prof. Claudine Gartenberg shares her joint research on corporate purpose (The Australian).
- In an Op-Ed, Prof. Melissa Schilling shares steps for companies to drive innovation (HBR).
- Prof. Rob Seamans shares his views on Universal Basic Income and entrepreneurship in an Op-Ed (Forbes).
- Prof. Michael North discusses how employers can acommodate older workers (Maeil Business Newspaper).
- Prof. Jason Greenberg's joint research on crowdfunding is highlighted (Bloomberg).
- Professor Deepak Hedge's joint-research on patent applications is featured (HBS Working Knowledge).
- Professor Robert Salomon discusses the Trump administration's proposed corporate tax cuts (Reuters).
- Professor J.P. Eggers comments on Mark Zuckerberg's ranking on the Forbes 2017 Billionaires List (Forbes).
- Professor Robert Salomon shares his views on U.S. trade policy (ICAS).
- Professor Ari Ginsberg discusses potential outcomes of President Trump's meeting with Xi Jinping (Inc.).
- Professor Pankaj Ghemawat discusses Brexit's potential economic impact (HBR).
- Professor Robert Seamans on the impact of robots and wages (Forbes).
- Professors Lisa Leslie and Nathan Pettit are named to the Poets & Quants "40 Most Outstanding MBA Professors Under 40" list (Poets & Quants).
- In an op-ed, Professor Michael North highlights the economic benefits of cooperation across generational divides .
- Professor Robert Salomon comments on the impact of GM's 2014 recall on the company (CCTV).
- In an in-depth Q&A, Professor Seth Freeman shares advice for effective negotiation (Psychology Today).
- In an op-ed, Professor Michael North shares his research findings about generational differences in the workplace (The Conversation).
- In an in-depth interview, Professor Pankaj Ghemawat addresses common myths about globalization (HBR).
- Professor Joe Magee shares tips for navigating leadership transitions in the workplace (MarketWatch).
- Professor Ari Ginsberg discusses the renegotiation of NAFTA (Inc.).
- Research by Professors Steven Blader and Nicholas Hays on generosity and status is featured (Psychology Today).
- In an op-ed, Professor Pankaj Ghemawat argues that digital technologies alone will not drive globalization forward (HBR).
- Professor Gavin Kilduff's research on athletic rivalry and performance is referenced (U.S. News & World Report).
- Professor Melissa Schilling explains why collective bargaining agreements for bank employees might result in diminished service for customers (Bloomberg).
- Professor Belen Villalonga shares insights on the profitability of family-run companies (Fortune).
- Professor Steven Blader's joint research on power and inclusiveness is featured (Scientific American).
- Robert Salomon shares his views on potential job growth in the US. (Nightly Business Report).
- Robert Seamans' research on robots and their impact on the economy is featured (Forbes).
- Claudine Gartenberg and co-author find that social comparison influences both compensation levels and the degree of performance sensitivity within firms. (Organization Science)
- Pankaj Ghemawat argues that digital technologies alone will not drive globalization forward. (Harvard Business Review)
- Gavin Kilduff's research on athletic rivalry and performance is referenced. (US News & World Report)
- Melissa Schilling explains why collective bargaining agreements for bank employees might result in diminished service for customers. (Bloomberg)
- Beth Beckhy shares insight on leadership transitions. (Fast Company)
- Robert Salomon discusses the potential implications of Donald Trump's efforts to incentivize companies to keep jobs in the US. (CBC Radio)
- Dolly Chugh illustrates the connection between power and empathy in the workplace. (The Washington Post)
- JP Eggers discusses the impact of automation on jobs and job growth. (Nightly Business Report)
- Sinziana Dorobantu highlights key takeaways from her joint research on the connection between firms' relationships with their stakeholders and their ability to weather crisis. (Harvard Law Blog)
- Pankaj Ghemawat is interviewed about his work on the DHL Global Connectedness Index with Senior Research Scholar Steven Altman. (Bloomberg View)
- Joseph Porac shares his views on Hackensack Meridian Health's appointment of co-CEOs. (Asbury Park Press)
- Pankaj Ghemawat shares recommendations for addressing anger in connection with globalization. (Harvard Business Review)
- Robert Salomon's book, "Global Vision," is named one of the "Best Business Books of 2016" by strategy + business. (strategy + business)
- Claudine Gartenberg's joint research on company performance and Professor Thomas Philippon's joint research on volatility is referenced. (Bloomberg)
- Joe Magee's research on leadership is featured (Boston Globe).
- Melissa Schilling is interviewed about Juno's entrance into the New York City ridesharing marketplace. (Bloomberg)
- Belen Villalonga discusses the growing interest in studying family businesses. (Crain's New York)
- Robert Salomon's research on the future of the telecom industry in light of AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner is referenced. (New China)
- Sinziana Dorobantu on Uber and and its latest political situation. (Motherboard)
- Dolly Chung's joint research on implicit bias is featured. (US News & World Report)
- J.P. Eggers worked with Aseem Kaul to explain why innovation is more likely done by large companies. (Harvard Business Review)
- Gavin Kilduff offers some insight into research on dominance. (The Globe and the Mail)
- Robert Seamans comments on companies' initiatives to expand internet access. (The New York Times)
- Lisa Leslie's research on women in business and trustworthiness is referenced. (USA Today)
- Rebecca Schaumberg emphasizes the importance of giving feedback to employees. (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland)
- Melissa Schilling weighs in on Uber's business model. (Bloomberg)
- Pankjaj Ghemawat analyzes the global implications of Brexit. (AIB Insights)
- Dolly Chugh is named a favorite professor by her former student. (Poets & Quants)
- Becky Schaumberg discusses the personality traits common among presidential candidates. (Fox 5 NY)
- Rob Salomon weighs in on Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo. (USA Today)
- Lisa Leslie's joint research on "stop the clock" work policies is referenced. (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
- Pankaj Ghemawat shares takeaways about globalization of platform companies from the sale of Uber China to Didi. (The Harvard Business Review)
- In an op-ed, Rob Salomon illustrates why Uber struggled to succeed in China. (Fortune)
- Mike North's research on ageism in the workplace is referenced. (The Washington Post)
- JP Eggers discusses his new joint research on established businesses and innovations. (MIT Sloan Management Review)
- Rob Salomon discusses Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo. (CBS News)
- Ari Ginsberg comments on Donald Trump's reputation among small business owners and his presidential campaign. (Inc.)
- Rob Salomon discusses the potential implications of "Brexit." (Forbes)
- In an oped, Pankaj Ghemawat illustrates how other regions can learn from "Brexit." (Fortune)
- Lisa Leslie's research on a pay premium for high-potential women is referenced. (Fast Company)
- Pankaj Ghemawat shares key factors for effective strategies for companies exporting products globally. (Financial Times)
- Steve Blader discusses the adoption of new systems to evaluate employee performance. (MarketWatch)
- Lisa Leslie's research on a pay premium for high-potential women is featured. (Fortune)
- Lisa Leslie is interviewed about her research on a pay premium for high-potential women. (The Huffington Post)
- Lisa Leslie is interviewed about her new research on a pay premium for high-potential women in companies with diversity goals. (Harvard Business Review)
- Jason Greenberg's research on the influence of networks during an MBA job search is featured. (The Atlantic)
- Jason Greenberg's research on the influence of networks during an MBA job search is referenced. (The Economist)
- Melissa Schilling's research on the pathway between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease is featured. (Bend Bulletin)
- Jason Greenberg's co-authored research on the influence of alumni connections in attracting MBA talent is featured. (Top MBA)
- Melissa Schilling's research on the pathway between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease is featured. (Diabetes News Journal)
- Nathan Pettit's co-authored research on the impact of status in theworkplace is featured. (PayScale.com)
- Jason Greenberg's research finds alumni connections and potential for growth are key factors in attracting MBA talent. (Financial Times)
- Rob Salomon's book, Global Vision, is featured. (Forbes)
- Dolly Chugh's research on bias is mentioned. (The New York Times)
- JP Eggers discusses the similarities and differences between young billionaires and seasoned business leaders. (Forbes Poland)
- In an op-ed, Rob Salomon discusses China’s M&A binge, pegged to themes in his book “Global Vision.” (CNBC)
- Melissa Schilling examines Sony’s new video game business. (Marketplace)
- Pankaj Ghemawat is interviewed about China's economy. (Foreign Affairs)
- JP Eggers comments on Avon's relocation of its headquarters to the UK. (Marketplace)
- Pankaj Ghemawat discusses global trade patterns in Latin America. (El País)
- In an op-ed, Rob Salomon illustrates why Uber is struggling in China. (Fortune)
- Jason Greenberg's research on crowdfunding is referenced. (Business Cornwall)
- Rob Salomon shares advice for companies looking to expand globally from his new book, "Global Vision." (MSNBC)
- In an in-depth profile, Pankaj Ghemawat discusses globalization and his book, "World 3.0." (AsiaOne)
- Deepak Hegde and Alexander Ljungqvist's research on patents andthe growth of start-up businesses is cited. (Inquisitr)
- Rob Salomon predicts less M&A activity in the coming year. (Fox Business)
- Rob Salomon identifies several causes for increased M&A activity over the past year. (The Atlantic)
- Beth Bechky shares leadership advice for new managers. (Fast Company)