Faculty Research

In addition to being outstanding educators with international business experience, School of Management faculty are also leading scholars in their fields.

Our faculty members publish their findings in respected academic journals and serve in editorial positions for scholarly journals in their discipline. Their research and expertise also is cited often by mainstream media worldwide, including The Washington Post, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes and Time.

Research Videos

Veljko Fotak on how lending to unethical firms affects your retirement (co-authored with Jiang Feng and Haekwon Lee).

Emily Grijalva on how narcissism varies in men and women and how it impacts the workplace.

Kate Bezrukova on how good team chemistry enhances performance (co-authored with Chester Spell and inspired by Warren LeGarie and Jeff Phillips).

Arun Lakshmanan on the ‘Aha!’ experience when consumers teach themselves to use a new tech product (co-authored with Shanker Krishnan).

Gabby Wang on whether high-performing CEOs make more money from trading their company's stocks.

Jurriaan de Jong on supply chain costs in the health care industry (co-authored with Nallan Suresh).

Paul Tesluk on how shared leadership builds better teams (co-authored with Chia-Yen (Chad) Chiu and Bradley Owens).

Sanjukta Das Smith on how to make cloud computing more reliable (co-authored with Anna Ye Du, Chunming Qiao, R. Ramesh and Zhouhan Yang).

4/11/17

Veljko Fotak on his research into how lending to unethical firms affects your retirement.

4/11/17

Emily Grijalva on her research into how narcissism impacts the workplace.

4/11/17

Kate Bezrukova on her research into how good team chemistry enhances performance.

4/11/17

Arun Lakshmanan on the ‘Aha!’ experience when consumers teach themselves to use a new tech product (co-authored with Shanker Krishnan).

4/11/17

Gabby Wang on whether high-performing CEOs make more money from trading their company's stocks.

4/11/17

Jurriaan de Jong on the impact of supply chain costs on the health care industry (co-authored with Nallan Suresh).

4/11/17

Paul Tesluk on how shared leadership builds better teams (co-authored with Chia-Yen (Chad) Chiu and Bradley Owens).

4/11/17

Sanjukta Das Smith on how to make cloud computing more reliable (co-authored with Anna Ye Du, Chunming Qiao, R. Ramesh and Zhouhan Yang).

Faculty Expert Webinars

12/21/17
First envisioned by Robert Greenleaf nearly 50 years ago, servant leadership has become a popular buzzword in modern organizations.
12/21/17
What's your career plan?
12/21/17
An ultimate challenge for technology entrepreneurs is the need for capital to continue to innovate, sustain and commercialize their innovation.
12/21/17
Businesses are collecting vast amounts of data attributed to the rapid rate of technological advancements.
12/21/17
Few things are more controversial — or complicated — than health care reform.
12/21/17
Learn to formulate effective business and supply chain strategies that lead to an actionable, proactive agenda for sustainability that will ensure profitability as well as social and environmental responsibility.
12/21/17
Each generation has a collective memory and unique set of values and beliefs, largely shaped by events in their formative years.
12/21/17
In 2012, Congress changed the rules for pension funding, allowing firms to contribute less to their pension plans. The the move was intended to free up funds for these firms to invest in domestic infrastructure and job growth.