Steve Case To Speak at 50th Anniversary of Lally School of Management October 21
As part of a series of special events marking major anniversaries at the Institute, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and Internet pioneer Steve Case will be the featured speaker.
In-Depth: An Exploration of Breakthrough Innovation
Gina C. O'Connor, associate dean for academic affairs and professor at Lally, gives an exiciting talk on breakthrough innovation at the Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil.
A Morality Tale on Business Ethics Education
Dean Thomas Begley explores business ethics through a case study example.
Using an Operations Management Focus to Improve Healthcare
There is great opportunity to provide solutions for the healthcare field by using an operations view to examine these challenges. Associate professor Christopher M. McDermott examines the application of this approach.
Consumer Preference Elicitation for Complex Products
Assistant professor Dongling Huang leverages adaptive question design to help with the challenges of understanding consumers’ preferences for complex products.
Lally School Hosts "Navigating Ethics for Commercializing Technology" Panel Discussion
The Lally School of Management kicked off an initiative to address navigating ethics for commercializing technology. This event featured a panel discussion on the ethical challenges and decision-making companies face related to commercializing emerging technology.
Understanding Tax Avoidance Activities in Corporate America
Corporate America has seen steady increases in tax avoidance activities. Why do some firms actively engage in tax avoidance activities while others do not? Assistant professor Qiang Wu shares his insights.
The Action Research Model of Organizational Change
The action research model of organizational change can be applied to many high profile business changes in recent history. Associate professor Hao Zhao highlights this model.
Becoming an Effective Quant
Assistant professor Brian Clark shares tips for gaining successful leadership opportunities for those with quantitative backgrounds.
Reasons for New Product Failure: A Behavioral Perspective
What factors reduce the high failure rates of new product introductions to the market? Assistant professors Dmitri Markovitch and William Tracy share some of their findings.
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