December 27, 2011
Prof. Cohen discusses the problems facing Sears in 2012.
December 20, 2011
Prof. Gordon explains why Sprint and T–Mobile could create a much more competitive third option in the wireless market.
T–Mobile: Back to square one
December 06, 2011
On the Financial Times’ Women at the Top blog, Prof. Reuben discusses his research on men’s overconfidence and suggests that recruiters should not take male candidates’ claims about past performance at face value.
Who lies more to get ahead? Men or women?
December 05, 2011
The article features a study by Prof. Reuben that finds men’s honest overconfidence may play an important role in male domination in upper management and executive positions. This research was also featured in The Washington Post.
CEO Safety Net Invites Risk–Taking, Study Says
December 05, 2011
The School’s Nonprofit Board Leadership Program is showcased in an article examining the development of the next generation of nonprofit board leaders. Ryan Bell ’12, Tess Mateo ’97, and Sandi Wright, Director, Nonprofit Board Leadership Program are featured.
MBAs Lend Their Skills to Nonprofit Boards
November 28, 2011
Profs. Hitscherich and Wallen join Slate’s Negotiation Academy podcast to discuss how men and women differ in their approaches to negotiations. The professors are also featured on previous episodes.
November 15, 2011
Prof. Bontempo discusses negotiating power in the NBA lockout.
NBA Season on the Brink
November 07, 2011
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat and Chrysler Group, and Brent James, MD, chief quality officer of Intermountain Healthcare, were honored on Wednesday, November 2, as recipients of Columbia Business School’s second annual Deming Cup awards.
November 03, 2011
The article features a study by Prof. Pham that finds relaxed shoppers are willing to pay up to 15% more for goods than those who are less relaxed.
Just Relax, Then Buy More and Pay More For It
October 28, 2011
The article features the results of a study led by Prof. Bartel that tracks women executives and board members at the 100 largest publicly traded companies in New York state.
Women Hold Few Top Jobs At N.Y. Firms
October 25, 2011
Prof. Fraiman discusses the qualifications of IBM’s future CEO, Virginia Rometty.
October 13, 2011
The article highlights a new Master Class taught by Prof. Schorer that allows students to pursue solutions to city–related problems, like the supply–and–demand of taxis at NYC airports, in collaboration with city officials, private businesses, and other government entities.
Landing and Waiting