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Lewis examines venture capital risks, rewards and the role of networks

Startups are risky and, as most entrepreneurs will tell you, not for the faint of heart. But the lure of success is strong. The startup...

Williams: Assertiveness comes with a price

EDITOR'S NOTE: This piece was originally published in The Wall Street Journal.  ... We found that women weren’t penalized for assertiveness that was expressed through nonverbal...

Scholar Spotlight: Jill Perry-Smith

Jill Perry-Smith, associate professor of organization & management, began her career as a civil engineer, which would seem a far cry from her current role as an academic and researcher in the field of organizational behavior.

Coffee with…Jackie Conner

When faculty members want help crafting a syllabus or using technology to enhance the learning experience, they call on Jackie Conner, director of academic affairs and instructional design (ID). Conner leads the instructional design team that works behind the scenes to support faculty and make the classroom experience seamless.

WSJ: The Price Women Leaders Pay for Assertiveness

Associate Professor of Organization and Management Melissa Williams notes nonverbal behaviors can paint a different picture of leadership, particularly for women in management positions.

Goizueta creates Scholarship of Excellence to support commitment to diversity

In an effort to strengthen its commitment to increasing diversity across all MBA programs, the Goizueta Business School has created The Scholarship of Excellence.

LCF students begin leadership training

For the first time this year, One-Year MBA, Two-Year MBA and EvMBA students witnessed what it truly means to be a leader during the Delta Air Lines Leadership Coaching Fellows Program training session recently.

Longhofer examines business, climate change

Climate change. The UN international treaty on climate change dominated the headlines in 2017. President Trump caused consternation for some, celebration for others, when in May...
Emily Bianchi, associate professor of organization & management

Goizueta’s Emily Bianchi discusses new findings about CEOs, recessions and ethics

Assistant Professor of Organization & Management Emily Bianchi shows recession graduates are more ethical, less narcissistic and stay with companies longer in a new article from Harvard Business Review

Knowledge Creation: A look at research from Spring 2017

Goizueta faculty, using rigorous methodologies, focus on researching important problems that affect the practice of business. The following is a sample of recently created new knowledge. To learn more, please visit goizueta.emory.edu/faculty.
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Differences in income connected to social behaviors

Research from Assistant Professor Emily Bianchi suggests those with higher incomes may be more likely to live more isolated lives. In her TedExPeachtree Talk,...

Knowledge Creation: A look at research from Fall 2016

Goizueta faculty, using rigorous methodologies, focus on researching important problems that affect the practice of business. The following is a sample of recently created...