Management

When a company hires a new CEO externally or even from another industry, hopes for significant changes follow. Whether those changes are positive depend on the new executive's experience with board diversity, as two ASU researchers found.

Businesses should take note of new research by Assistant Professor of Management Ned Wellman that finds workers who feel insecure are more likely to do bad things that hurt the bottom line.

Outstanding Graduating Senior Juan Pablo Forno reflects on his time at Arizona State University, and where his W. P. Carey degree will take him.

Research by PetSmart Chair in Business Leadership Jeff LePine and his co-authors, sheds some interesting light on dynamics in the workplace.

The catchy Snow White tune with its hypnotic whistles has been engrained into many young minds over the decades. But, somehow, the message — we can find pleasure while working (or we can find stress) — hasn’t made its way into discussions of organizational management.