How Leaders Can Improve Their Decision Making in Uncertain Times

In recently released research appearing in The Journal of Business Ethics, Rob Mitchell, associate professor of management at CSU’s College of Business, and his coauthors argue that leaders who fail to appropriately confront knowledge problems by engaging their stakeholders aren’t just closing themselves off from new ideas. They’re potentially being unethical and leaving their organizations worse off.

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How One Educator Took On Online: Helping Students and Faculty Make the Transition

It was the middle of spring semester and Ramadan Abdunabi’s students were faced with a challenge, their computer lab was closed due to COVID-19. Using the same cloud services that are becoming increasingly vital to remote work and study, Abdunabi created virtual computers so students could easily use their web browsers to operate machines with identical hardware configurations, programs and settings.

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