When the bully Is the boss
The New York Times
A boss who “demands” excellence is no more likely to produce it than the boss who requests or nurtures it, and likely less so, the research suggests. Demanding excellence often is just a handy excuse, said Bennett Tepper, the Irving Abramowitz Memorial Professorship at Fisher and a leading researcher of the effects of abusive leadership.
February 26, 2019
Advantages and disadvantages of middle-market firms
Do you know yourself? Oded Shenkar, the Ford Motor Company Chair in Global Business Management at Fisher and academic director of the National Center for the Middle Market, lays out the inherent advantages and disadvantages of middle-market firms.
February 22, 2019
Leadership: Vision and purpose
The Ohio State University
Tim Judge, the Joseph A. Alutto Chair in Leadership Effectiveness and executive director of the Fisher Leadership Initiative, shares his insights into some obstacles that may prevent individuals from becoming leaders with vision and purpose.
February 21, 2019
There's a Better Way Podcast: The better way to gift giving
Fisher College of Business
As part of the "There's a Better Way" podcast, Aravind Chandrasekaran, associate director of the Center for Operational Excellence, talks with Brian Mittendorf, the Fisher Designated Professorship in Accounting about gift giving, for companies and individuals, and the differences between cash and non-cash gifts.
February 5, 2019
When environmental regulations are tighter at home, companies emit more abroad
Harvard Business Review
Itzhak Ben-David, the Neil Klatskin Chair in Finance and Real Estate at Fisher, and his colleague find that global emission levels are lower for countries with tighter domestic environmental regulations. However, companies with overseas facilities tend to emit more abroad, particularly in countries with laxer environmental standards.
February 4, 2019