August 17, 2012
The column cites a paper co–written by Prof. Johar that examines goal setting in the context of financial decision–making.
Something for the Weekend Column
July 12, 2012
Prof. Netzer talks about how to collect and interpret different types of digital information from big data.
June 08, 2012
The article highlights research by Prof. Broadie on the relative contribution to scoring of the long game and short game, which challenges conventional wisdom about golf.
The Short Game’s the Thing? Nope
May 17, 2012
The article mentions research by Profs. Mayer and Piskorski on the design of mortgage modification programs.
Principal Reductions Won’t Solve the Mortgage Mess
April 16, 2012
Prof. McGrath shares her thoughts on what Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson can do to help his company re–emerge as a technology giant.
How Can Yahoo Revive Its Fortunes?
March 23, 2012
Prof. Broadie talks about his research on the PGA Tour and its real–world implications in business and management.
Why Scientists Love to Study Golf
February 28, 2012
The article features research by Profs. Lee and Pham that finds higher trust in an individual’s feelings may result in more accurate predictions about a variety of future events.
February 10, 2012
Retired general George Casey, the 36th chief of staff of the US Army, shared his expertise on strategic leadership with Columbia Business School students, including military veterans, on Tuesday, February 7, at the School.
January 30, 2012
The article discusses The Design & Marketing of Luxury Products, a joint Master Class offered by Columbia Business School and Parsons The New School for Design. The course is co-taught by Prof. Maisonrouge.
January 11, 2012
The article highlights the School’s Master Class, NYC: Innovative & Entrepreneurial Solutions to the City’s Complex Challenges, taught by Prof. Schorer.
MBA Electives Offer Hands–On Learning
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