Emerging Thought Leaders

Our faculty develop groundbreaking management research and, through this video series, they share key insights and practical takeaways from their work.   

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on employee turnover.

Brandon Szerwo on how employee turnover can affect audit quality in accounting firms.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on apparel resale strategies.

Aditya Vedantam on which apparel resale strategies are the best for the planet — and profit.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on attractiveness in the workplace.

Min-Hsuan Tu on how attractiveness pays off at work, and one trick that can level the playing field.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on narcissism in the workplace.

Emily Grijalva on how narcissism varies in men and women and how it impacts the workplace.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on stock trading CEOs.

Gabby Wang on whether high-performing CEOs make more money from trading their company's stocks.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on supply chains and health care.

Jurriaan de Jong on supply chain costs in the health care industry.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on leadership.

Paul Tesluk on how shared leadership builds better teams.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on unethical firms.

Veljko Fotak on how lending to unethical firms affects your retirement.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on cloud computing.

Sanjukta Das Smith on how to make cloud computing more reliable.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on team chemistry.

Kate Bezrukova on how good team chemistry enhances performance.

YouTube video highlighting School of Management faculty research on the "a-ha" experience.

Arun Lakshmanan on the ‘Aha!’ experience when consumers teach themselves to use a new tech product.