The Phillips Pathway Program: Learning to Advocate for an Inclusive Workplace
Continuing the legacy of the late Professor Katherine Phillips.
Brown shared some of the measures she’s put into place that address racial injustice and help move the organization toward a place of equity.
Bizcast is continuing our conversation with Management Professor Dan Wang about the connections between protests and business.
A look at the nature of protest itself.
Marketing Professor Elizabeth Friedman and Matthew Quint, director of the Center on Global Brand Leadership, offer insights on ways companies communicate both that they are open for business, and that they care about the well-being of their customers and employees.
Professor Rita McGrath outlines some scenarios that could help firms cope -- and eventually thrive.
Hubbard asks: Can we design a more effective plan, in case of a next time?
Director of Retail Studies Mark Cohen offers his view on the changes coming to large retailers, many of which had already seen declining sales and store closures before the pandemic hit.
Like many of his classmates, Dr. Faheem Ahmed started the spring semester, primed to put the finishing touches on his MBA. But after COVID-19 began to spread, he relocated to his home in London to complete his degree remotely and work on the frontline of the crisis.
Jacquie Henderson ’17 works in strategy and operations for a seven-hospital health system that serves communities in New York's Hudson Valley and in Western Connecticut.
Michael Mauboussin discusses the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic and how to use the expectations infrastructure to analyze companies.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of business, while bringing historical inequities and injustice into sharp relief.
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