The marketing department’s Jonathan Zhang co-authored research examining how in-person purchases of “deep” products can lead to greater returns for retailers.
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Completing “the most complex study” in her roughly four decades of publishing research, Lynn Shore and her co-authors discovered that employees who feel valued and cared for by their organizations in Eastern-collectivist cultures see greater improvements in attitudes and behaviors than those in Western-individualistic cultures.
Business leaders seeking a competitive advantage may be writing off a major opportunity to redefine their firms’ capabilities if they ignore blockchain’s potential, according to research recently published in the Journal of the British Blockchain Association co-authored by faculty from CSU’s College of Business.
A team of six CSU College of Business MBA students took first place in the annual Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Case Competition, earning top marks from a panel of industry leaders and outperforming 10 teams from universities across Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
For some of the most dedicated and high-performing employees, burnout with remote work has been hidden by their continued achievements. That’s according to soon-to-be-released research in the Journal of Applied Psychology, co-authored by Dan Ganster, a professor of management at CSU’s College of Business.
This summer, every student in the CSU College of Business Impact MBA’s corporate sustainability track will be taking part in a large-scale, paid fellowship program matching each of them with an organization – primarily in Colorado – to identify, analyze, and address sustainability issues within the public and private sectors.
Supply chain management professor Susan Golicic shares her insights into the grounding of the cargo ship Ever Given and the implications of disruption – in all forms – on global trade.
In her professional life, Laura KinCannon has a few simple goals: be creative, be challenged and help people. Earning a Master of Computer Information Systems degree empowered her meet those goals.
As part of the College of Business’s celebration of Women’s History Month, Dean Beth Walker joined distinguished alumnae and business leaders to discuss the ways women’s roles in the workplace have – and have not – shifted, how progress has been achieved, what lessons they’ve learned from 2020, and how they see female leadership shaping the future of business.
The American Marketing Association (AMA) recognized CSU College of Business Dean Beth Walker as one of six distinguished scholars to be inducted as a 2021 AMA Fellow.