Yes, fireworks prices are skyrocketing, but there should be plenty of bottle rockets and sparklers for you and your family this Fourth of July
The Great Resignation: Historical Data and a Deeper Analysis Show It’s Not as Great as Screaming Headlines Suggest
The Wisdom of the Crowd and Prediction Markets
Trillions in infrastructure spending could mean hundreds of billions in fraud
Expert Take: Mapping Entrepreneurship Across the United States
Food Delivery Platforms: Worth the Bite Out of Revenue for Restaurants, or has the Relationship Spoiled?
Building Trust to Combat the Spread of Misinformation About Corporations
AI Technology and Its Role During COVID-19
What is the Metaverse and Why Should We Care?
MIT Sloan Management Review: When We Don’t Own the Things We Use, Will We Still Love Them?
Management Science: Scandal, Social Movement, and Change: Evidence from #MeToo in Hollywood
Harvard Business Review: Measuring the Impact of #MeToo on Gender Equity in Hollywood
National Bureau of Economic Research: Gender Differences in Job Search and the Earnings Gap: Evidence from Business Majors
New Research Shows People Can Substantially Improve Their Decision-Making by Observing Others
How to Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Accessible to Everyone
How Communities are Saving Lives with Clever Ideas and Cleaner Air
How a nondescript box has been saving lives during the pandemic – and revealing the power of grassroots innovation
Insights Live: How Corporate Innovators Thrive in a World of Constraints
Language of Business: Using Performing Arts to Help Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
Language of Business: Do the Right Thing
Has Hybridity Killed Teamwork?
Burnout and Loneliness: Workplace Problems, Not Worker Problems
BU Today: Training for the Hybrid Office
Employment Law Issues in 2021
Expert Take: Return to Office 2021 – Goldman Sachs vs. Citigroup
[Medpage Today] Will CVS Health Be a Positive Disruptor to Primary Care?
The Winners and Losers of the Proposed Insulin Cost Cap
Antimicrobial Resistance: What’s At Stake and What Are We Doing About It?
Managing the Risk in Human Brands
What’s The Cost of Opting Out of Internet Cookies?
Kirk’s Inconvenient Truth About ESG Investing
Questrom Panel on “ESG Financing” Features Insight from Academic and Private Sector Experts in Ethical Investing
Entergy New Orleans’ Failure to Protect its Power Grid and Customers Against Outages Following Hurricane Ida
Target – Plan – Finance: A Framework for Climate Policy in Federal Infrastructure Legislation
The Role of Green Manufacturing Costs in Consumers’ Willingness to Pay
Has Strategic Management Overlooked the Role of Purpose? What Experts Say
Stanford Social Innovation Review: The Dangerous Allure of Win-Win Strategies
Shifting Priorities in the World of Consumer Packaged Goods
Expert Take: Disclosure Issues: Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events
What Do We Know About Robo-Advising?
WalletHub: No Balance Transfer Fee Credit Cards
Why Companies Should Continue to Innovate in an Economic Downturn
Language of Business: The Disruptors
Tips On Preparing A Winning Business Pitch From An Expert Entrepreneur
When Data Creates Competitive Advantage…And When It Doesn’t
Government-Funded Research Increasingly Fuels Innovation
Questrom Team Learning
Negotiating Job Offers in Scary Times
American Sociological Review: Translating Expertise Across Work Contexts
Organizations as Healing Environments
How Social Media and Digital Technology Are Changing The Way Companies #Brand
Expert Take: Managing the Brand Relationship in Today’s Complex Environment
When Influence Goes Too Far: Social Media’s Effect on the Capitol Riots
New Recipe for Restaurant, App contract
Expert Take: What the Pandemic Revealed About the Global Medical Supply Chain
Welfare Implications of Congestion Pricing
From Fragility to Resilience: COVID-19 Lessons for IOT Enabled Supply Chains
The Supply Chains Behind Pfizer and Moderna’s Ambitious Vaccine Rollouts
Cryptocurrency and Travel – What you need to know
The State of Digital Transformation
The Challenges of Data Fragmentation in the Era of Privacy Protection
[Nature] Women are Credited Less in Science than are Men
[Journal of Financial Reporting] Corporate Sustainability: A Model Uncertainty Analysis of Materiality
[PNAS] A 680,000-Person Megastudy of Nudges to Encourage Vaccination in Pharmacies
ESG Investing Isn’t Designed to Save the Planet
How PayPal Gets Employees Invested in Innovation
Negotiating Lower Hospital Prices as a Self-Insured Employer
Do We Still Need Teams?
Harvard Business Review: Digital Transformation Changes How Companies Create Value
Is Starbucks’s Wage Increase a Shortsighted Strategy? What Experts Say
MIT Sloan Management Review: Are Your Team Members Lonely?
MIT Sloan Management Review: Accelerating Supply Chain Scenario Planning
Expert Take: Measuring the Impact of Online Advertisements
David ‘Big Papi’ Ortiz Visits Boston University’s Questrom School of Business
Expert Take: Behavioral Science in the Wild
Expert Take: Racial Bias in Customer Service
Expert Take: The Future of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
[The Economist] The Warm Glow
[Time] What Happens When Kids Learn That Racism Can’t Be Overcome
[Boston Business Journal] Best Bang for the Buck
[Techround] StartUp of the Week: Wisdomise
[Forbes] How Boris Johnson Managed His Crises Provides Key Lessons For Business Leaders
Nina Mazar, Professor of Marketing, and her colleagues recently conducted a megastudy with 689,693 Walmart pharmacy customers to ascertain whether text-based reminders would encourage pharmacy vaccination...