The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) at Baylor University will launch a new podcast to promote top-tier research conducted by Hankamer faculty and students. The podcast, “Innovative Business,” will feature Business School faculty and students discussing their research on a foundational level.
Management professor Sara Perry discusses her recent research on the challenges for remote workers looking for a healthy and sustainable work-life balance.
Baylor Business Review: Ashley Otto explores how exposure to multiple brands makes consumers' purchasing choices easier.
Baylor Business Review: Gabriella Cacciotti connects the dots between resiliency and its importance to the field of entrepreneurship.
Baylor Business Review: Yulia Sullivan examines the role “executive functions” plays in how we navigate new information systems.
Baylor Business Review: Dorothy Leidner reflects on sailing uncharted waters when she developed the first PhD program in the Business School.
Baylor Business Review: Management faculty reap the benefits of friendly mentorships to further research and relationships.
Baylor Business Review: Matt Wood investigates the role time plays in innovators meeting the flow of consumer desires or needs.
Baylor Business Review: The Undergraduate Research Assistant Program draws upon a vast wealth of previously underused research help.
Baylor Business Review: Dean Sandeep Mazumder co-authors a more practical economics textbook to bridge industry and academics.
Baylor Business Review: Kaylee Hackney reflects on personal experience to study the impact of stress from perceived pregnancy discrimination.
Baylor Business Review: Lingjiang Lora Tu and JaeHwan Kwon study the reach of educational messaging and its impact on the audience.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Paul Mason, assistant professor of Accounting and Business Law, researches the impact of IRS monitoring on a manager’s likelihood to commit accounting fraud through financial misreporting.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Wen Zhang, assistant professor of Management, researches when the ideal time is to screen potential suppliers in an open-bid auction for re-sourcing to help reduce the procurement costs for a company.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Dorothy Leidner, Ferguson Professor of Information Systems, synthesized years of research to develop a theory diving into personal data being digitized and its implications on a person’s dignity.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Peter Klein, professor of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, researches the perceived disconnect between ownership and value creation with a new term in strategic management literature.
Innovative Business at Baylor: As Baylor University continues its pursuit of Research I/Tier I (RI/TI) recognition, professors in the Hankamer School of Business are doing their part by contributing to this vision.