For those who are new to supervising remote workers, management and supply chain professors offer a few pointers for helping them feel noticed, acknowledge, valued, and informed.
Professors assess the coronavirus' effect on the weakest link in the supply chain — inflexibility.
A crisis and a need for clarity compelled Alexander Bick and Adam Blandin to collaborate on an ongoing national survey designed to bolster public knowledge about fast-changing employment trends during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three faculty are among the world’s most influential scholars in their fields for groundbreaking studies, challenging prevalent notions, and analyzing organizational change.
Virtual guests at the first-ever Annual Economic Outlook webinar, sponsored by the Economic Club of Phoenix, answered a set of questions about what's driving the local and national economy. Now you can answer.
Are you a label-reader, the kind of shopper who stands in a grocery aisle studying nutrition details and other product specifics of multiple items before you toss your choice in your cart?
Clinical Assistant Professor of Finance Atif Ikram shares his research on incentivizing corporate social responsibility and its effects on boards of directors, executives, shareholders, and other stakeholders.
According to new research by Associate Professor of Marketing Adriana Samper, the ‘level effect’ affects indulgent food choices.
The workplace can be a complicated setting when it comes to manager-employee relationships. Things sometimes can get downright territorial, especially when a supervisor suspects one of their team is about ready to jump ship.
Assistant Professor of Information Systems Victor Benjamin has created the Darknet Identification, Collection, Evaluation with Ethics (DICE-E) framework, appropriately pronounced “dicey,” to help researchers understand and prevent cybercrime.