In this Expert Take, Patricia Cortes, Associate Professor in Markets, Public Policy, and Law, discusses what her research suggests about gender-based differences in how and when job offers are accepted, and how these gaps can be narrowed.
Insights@Questrom Live: Who is James Rhee? And Why is He First on Everybody’s List?
Last week, Questrom School of Business welcomed CEO, thought leader, and social entrepreneur James Rhee to the stage at the Rafik B. Hariri Building to discuss his remarkable career in corporate finance and education. For over an hour, Rhee was interviewed by Kabrina Chang, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Clinical Professor, Markets, […]
Insights Interview: Competition and Management Theory – Richard D’Aveni (QUESTROM MBA ’79)
How has the thinking shifted on competition in the marketplace over the past few decades- and how is that shift illustrated in the 1972 classic film The Godfather? In this Insights@Questrom interview, Questrom alum and management theory luminary Richard D’Aveni ’79 reflects on his lifetime of contributions to management theory, which were recognized this year by thought leadership platform Thinkers50, and how these ideas can take shape in the most unusual settings.
Why have oil market prices risen, and what does this mean for the future? In this Expert Take, Richard Stuebi, Lecturer in Strategy & Innovation, explores the driving factors behind these price trends and what the future of the U.S. holds.
The rise of remote work has upended traditional office dynamics. How can employees and managers maintain teamwork and social cohesion under this new system? In this Expert Take, Questrom Lecturer Constance Hadley, explains how loneliness in the workplace has grown and what her research suggests is the best approach to fixing it.
David ‘Big Papi’ Ortiz Visits Boston University’s Questrom School of Business
Boston University’s Questrom School of Business recently hosted an Insights@Questrom Live event with Boston Red Sox legend David “Big Papi” Ortiz. Susan Fournier, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean of Questrom School of Business, spoke with the baseball icon about his success in both sports and business.
What is Behavioral Science in the Wild? In this Expert Take, Nina Mazar, Professor of Marketing, and Dilip Soman, Canada Research Chair at the University of Toronto, discuss the newly published book, Behavioral Science in the Wild, and how it can assist managers in implementing research findings on behavioral change within their organizations.
How has racial bias become more evident in customer service? In this Expert Take, Questrom’s Avi Seidmann, Professor of Information Systems, dives into findings he co-researched on racial biases in customer service across industries and offers a practical yet powerful recommendation for companies to address the issue within their own hierarchies.
Expert Take: The Future of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
What are Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) and how are they becoming the next big trend in cryptocurrency? In this Expert Take, Anne Connelly, Faculty of Questrom School of Business, breaks down the rapid rise DAOs and what they will bring to the future of work.