A Fresh Set of Eyes Corporate clients value the insights they obtain from Johnson Immersion Learning teams ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 M... ›
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. ›
Top Marketing Executives Converge for Career Coaching Some 36 executives will provide one-on-one coaching to Johnson MBA and Cornell undergraduate students ›
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 ." ›
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 ›
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
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 ›
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. ›
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. ›
Johnson Professor of Operations Management Wins Award for PhD Dissertation Council of Supply Chain Management
Professionals honors William Schmidt with Doctoral Dissertation Award ›
The Political Economy of an Emerging Power: In Search of the Brazil Dream A new book by Johnson’s Lourdes Casanova
encapsulates Brazil’s role in the new order of emerging economies and the steps
the country needs to propel its economic growth ›
Holding Analysts Accountable for Stock Recommendations Johnson Finance Professor Roni Michaely gets behind TipRanks, an Israeli start-up that tracks the records of experts, who provide financial advice to investors ›
China Immersion Trip 2014 Slide ShowFaculty and Staff Delegation attend Announcement of dual degree MBA program with Tsinghua University, PBCSF ›
Global Innovation Index 2014 Unveiled in Sydney, Australia The report, co-authored by Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta, shows European countries the world’s most innovative, with encouraging signs from sub-Saharan Africa ›
The World's Most Innovative Countries--Coming Soon!Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta and his co-authors talk on video about the Global Innovation Index 2014, the leading ranking of nations' innovation capabilities, being released on July 19, 2014, in Sydney... ›
Insights on Doing Business at the Base of the Pyramid Johnson’s Mark Milstein shares lessons learned at Social Innovation Summit at the United Nations in New York City ›
Johnson Finance Professor to Advise Commodity Futures Trading Commission Maureen O’Hara appointed to CFTC’s chief advisory body to represent viewpoints of Cornell University and academia ›
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