Management and Entrepreneurship

The business world is on the cusp of using brain rewiring as a routine part of management development, according to new research by Professor of Management David Waldman.

Tailgate parties. Fantasy leagues. Promotions at neighborhood bars and restaurants. These are a few of the activities and specials we enjoy during professional sports seasons. Two professors comment on the other thing that gets us into the game spirit.

Is it better to stand out or fit in? It's a critical question for businesses. Recent research by Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Heewon Chae shows how being different can be a competitive advantage.