9 things you can do during your lunch break to guarantee a great afternoon

What gets one person motivated for the afternoon may not work for others. And there's more than what you do. An ASU management expert says what you eat matters, too.

Why 'rage quitting' is all the rage

Walking out of a job in anger can seem extreme — but there are often powerful motivations for doing it.

3 tips to avoid work-from-home burnout

With the sudden transition to remote work due to the Covid-19 pandemic, employers are worried about employee productivity. Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Blake Ashforth recommends maintaining physical and social boundaries.

It’s not just Boeing. More companies are splitting CEO and chairman roles

According to proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services, 30% of chairman and CEO roles at companies in the S&P 500 were split in 2005. These roles are separated 53% this year.

Arizona offers incentives to businesses with checkered histories

CBS 5 Investigative Reporter Morgan Loew interviewed Emeritus Professor of Management Marianne Jennings about Gov. Doug Ducey's decision to cancel $1 million in incentives that were part of a package meant to lure Nike to the city of Goodyear, Arizona.

Celebrity CEOs: Shackled by fame

Assistant Professor of Management Jonathan Bundy examines the mindset of famous executives who’ve been elevated to star status.

Triple threat: When one major just isn't enough

Trio of roommates are among the 39 ASU students tackling triple majors — for them, competition and value are their why

Sleep deprivation can have a negative impact on ethical decision-making

Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship David Welsh, who is a Lincoln Fellow, studies the effects of sleep deprivation on decision-making.

Dean wins Distinguished Educator Award

The Academy of Management honored Amy Hillman at its annual meeting.

Legalized sports betting could change fan experience

Will loyalty hold up with money at stake? Professors of marketing and management weigh in on the changes.