Faculty News

Apr 13 2015

Live: Dean Dutta Unveils Ranking of 143 Economies on Networked Readiness
The Global Information Technology Report ranks economies on their capacity to exploit the potential to leverage information and communications technologies for economic growth. 

Apr 13 2015

Johnson Professor Ya-Ru Chen appointed Academic Dean of China Initiatives
Cornell-Tsinghua MBA/FMBA to launch May 2015

Apr 10 2015

Johnson, sponsor at Fourth Annual Cornell China Conference 2015
Keynote speaker Dean Soumitra Dutta to share latest news on initiatives in China

Mar 31 2015

“Even in a high-frequency world, the race isn't always to the swift”
March Thought Leader Lecture, a popular draw for New York City alumni

Feb 25 2015

Johnson Professor Andrew Karolyi Selected as One of the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2014
Karolyi recognized by Thomson Reuters for his frequently cited research on global equity issuance and trading 

Feb 11 2015

Dean Dutta on How Business and Technology Can Lead to a Better World
Dean Soumitra writes in Global Focus on how business schools are developing managers, who can harness the power of business and technology to improve the world. 

Feb 03 2015

MBA Students Embrace New Curriculum, Now in Place at Johnson at Cornell University
New curriculum prepares students in two-year MBA program to lead, with emphasis on critical thinking, targeted leadership skills, and data analysis and modeling

Feb 02 2015

The Lingering Effect of Exclusion at Work
Being left out of a social group results in workers having negative perceptions of new teams and their role on them

Jan 07 2015

A Fresh Set of Eyes
Corporate clients value the insights they obtain from Johnson Immersion Learning teams

Jan 07 2015

Ethical Leadership: Why You Should Care…Even if You Don’t Care About Ethics
Research by Isaac Smith, assistant professor of management and organizations, suggests that unethical requests by managers negatively affect employee performance 

Dec 22 2014

Marketing Executive One-on-One Coaching: An MBA Student’s Perspective
The two-day coaching program inspired Sydney Chernish, MBA ’16, to surround herself with smart, like-minded people who will push her to excellence

Dec 03 2014

Professor Casanova named one of 50 Most Influential Intellectuals in Iberoamerica
Professor Lourdes Casanova , Senior Lecturer and Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, was recently named one of the 50 Most Influential Intellectuals in Iberoamerica . IberoAmerica comprises the countries in the Americas...

Nov 13 2014

We Can All Grow as Leaders, with General George Casey
General George Casey (U.S. Army Ret.), distinguished senior lecturer of leadership, writes on keys to continuously improving leadership skills. 

Nov 05 2014

Top Marketing Executives Converge for Career Coaching
Some 36 executives will provide one-on-one coaching to Johnson MBA and Cornell undergraduate students

Oct 22 2014

Faculty Research Showcased in "Johnson Scholar"
Published and accepted research papers and book chapters by Johnson faculty are compiled in the annual edition of the " Johnson Scholar ."

Oct 15 2014

Johnson’s Radcliffe Explores Ethical Leadership with Army Generals
Dana Radcliffe was invited by the U.S. Army to share principles of ethically wielding power and responsibility with top officers

Oct 07 2014

Johnson Marketing Students Present Recommendations to Tour Operators’ Board
Two teams from the Strategic Marketing Immersion were invited to share consumer insights gained through a sponsored project

Oct 01 2014

How Popular Are Your Keywords? Less Popular Keywords Better Suited for Paid Search Advertising
Consumers are more likely to click a sponsored link when their searched keywords are less-popular, according to new research by Johnson Professor Young Hoon-Park and his co-authors

Sep 16 2014

The Global Innovation Economy and American Competitiveness—Live from Washington, D.C.
Dean Soumitra Dutta shares insights on U.S. competitiveness from the Global Innovation Index at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation in Washington, D.C.

Aug 21 2014

Feminine Features are a Drawback at the Bargaining Table—Even for Men
New research suggests that people with feminine facial features are offered less in negotiations than those with more masculine ones, and are perceived as more cooperative.