Fortune: Professor of Management Blaine McCormick co-authored this President's Day piece in Fortune Magazine suggesting that America should celebrate inventive entrepreneurs for the growth and progress they have contributed to the country.
Business Review: Chris Meyer, a negotiation expert, challenges the win-win mindset, urging a shift to collaboration for sustained business success.
The New York Times: Cindy Wu, professor of human resource management, is quoted in this article about an energy challenge focusing on five science-backed ingredients for energy: rest, exercise, socializing, eating and finding enjoyment in your daily tasks. Wu talks about her research with Emily Hunter, department chair and professor of management, on how to feel more refreshed by taking better workday breaks.
The New York Times: Cited in this article is research by department chair of management Emily Hunter and professor of management Cindy Wu who found that people feel refreshed after taking a handful of longer workday breaks or several mini breaks.
Finding Genius Podcast: Mitch Neubert, professor of Management and senior associate dean of Research and Faculty Development for the Hankamer School of Business and The Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business, shares how his faith plays into his research and teaching, as well as how faith holds a connection to resilience.
The Wall Street Journal: In this WSJ Future View column, students, including Baylor Management major Icewarya Loganathan, discuss retail theft, criminal prosecution and low-trust public spaces.
The HR Digest: Offering guidance to worried pregnant employees, this article references research led by Management professor Kaylee Hackney about the negative effects of perceived pregnancy discrimination on expectant parents.
First for Women: This article about simple, effective ways to beat burnout cites research by Management professors Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, who studied the benefits of taking a 10-minute workday break between 10 and 11 a.m., found that such breaks help you experience less on-the-job stress, fatigue and burnout than if you wait till lunch to take your first break of the day.
Hankamer School of Business students enrolled in the Christian Ethics Applied to Business course have had their coursework published by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) website this semester as part of the WSJ "Future View" series, an editorial section that features student opinions on timely and relevant topics.
Supply Chain Innovators: Pedro Reyes, associate professor of operations and supply chain management, is interviewed about supply chain education.
Baylor Connections: Cindy Wu and Emily Hunter from Baylor’s Department of Management studied what constitutes a good workday break, and how can breaks impact both productivity and health—research which broke new ground and shattered a few long-held myths.
WACO, Texas (May 9, 2023) – Twelve Baylor University professors have been honored with Outstanding Faculty Awards for teaching, scholarship and contributions to the academic community for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Baylor Business Review: Sara Perry studies the relationship between supervisor biases and workplace safety enforcement.
Baylor Business Review: Best business practices have evolved over the years and so has how they are taught in the classroom.
Baylor Business professors Kaylee Hackney, Matt Quade and Dawn Carlson authored “5 Ways Leaders Can Support Adoptive Parents,” featured on hbr.org. The article examines how employees who perceive their organization as supportive of families tend to be more satisfied.
KWBU (NPR): Management professor Kaylee Hackney researched how pregnancy workplace discrimination and workplace stress can affect the mother.
KXXV (ABC): The impact of the truck driver shortage on inflation is discussed by Pedro Reyes, who is an associate professor specializing in operations and supply chain management at Baylor University. Reyes highlights that an increase in the number of students entering truck-driving programs could potentially lead to a decrease in prices.
Harvard Business Review: According to Baylor management professors, Kaylee Hackney, Matthew Quade, and Dawn Carlson, intentional efforts made by organizations to support adoption have a significantly positive impact on both employees and the organization as a whole. In their article, the authors suggest five ways in which leaders can enhance their support for adoptive parents.
KWBU (NPR): Featuring Matt Quade, the Kimberly and Aaron P. Graft Professor in Christian Leadership in Business in the Department of Management, this episode takes listeners into the importance and impact of workplace ethics.
Baylor Lariat: Business professors Forest Kim, Pedro Reyes and Gia Chevis are quoted in this article highlighting concerns that Baylor professors have about ChatGPT and its potential impact on students.
Baylor University announced today the appointment of Hannah Stolze as the inaugural William E. Crenshaw Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management in the Department of Management in Baylor’s nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business.
KWBU (NPR): In order to achieve high levels of productivity for employees, it is crucial to create a healthy working environment. Ted Kitterman shares the role that leadership plays in the wellness of employees
Phys.org: Sara Perry, professor of Management and remote/hybrid work expert, is quoted about the benefits and challenges of remote work.
Management professor Sara Perry discusses her recent research on the challenges for remote workers looking for a healthy and sustainable work-life balance.
Fast Company: Management professor Sara Perry is quoted in this article discussing how office gossip is different in fully-remote work teams.
Students and stakeholders will gather to participate in the annual Dale P. Jones Business Ethics Forum from Nov. 1-11, hosted by Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business at the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation. The two-week long gathering seeks to prepare students for the ethical challenges they will face in the marketplace.
Baylor Business Review: Management faculty reap the benefits of friendly mentorships to further research and relationships.
Students in the Leadership and Organizational Behavior course broke away from the classroom experience for a fun-filled night at the Mayborn Museum Complex on Monday, Sept. 19.
KXXV (ABC): Pedro Reyes, Baylor supply chain expert and management professor, remarks on shortages across the supply chain that aren't expected to improve anytime soon.
Management students participated in a scavenger hunt at the Mayborn Museum designed to enhance problem-solving skills and team-building exercises.
Baylor Business Review: Carissa Padilla shares her experience of overcoming adversity to carry on a family legacy of service.
Baylor Business Review: Baylor’s Women in Business group offers a nurturing environment for mentorship, networking and service.
Baylor Business Review: Ilka Gregory reflects on lessons learned from her time with Baylor’s rugby team and how they apply to her career.
Baylor Business Review: Women are using their business superpowers to elevate themselves and their companies to unimagined heights.
CNN: Emily Hunter, professor and chair of Management, is quoted in this article about workday breaks which, Hunter said, should be centered around something the employee enjoys, leading to an increased recovery level.
KWBU (NPR): Sara Perry, professor of Management, presents ideas for employers to better support employees working remotely.
KWBU (NPR): Matt Quade, professor of Management, discusses his research on behavioral ethics and ethical leadership in the workplace.
Robin: Management professor Sara Perry is interviewed about her research into the future of hybrid work.
KWBU (NPR): Research by Matt Quade, professor of management, has found that when the main focus of leaders is the bottom-line, such thinking can have negative consequences on the business.
Fatherly: Professor of Management Kaylee Hackney and an employee well-being expert discusses how to shift from work mode to family mode when working from home.
The Washington Post: Management professor Sara Perry is cited for her research on employee stress and remote work in this article about hybrid working.
Baylor Business Review: Kaylee Hackney reflects on personal experience to study the impact of stress from perceived pregnancy discrimination.
KXXV (ABC): Management professor and supply chain expert Pedro Reyes explains that the price of chicken is rising due to inflation.
Prevention: This article about the importance of workday breaks quotes Management professor Emily Hunter.
Prevention: Emily Hunter, professor and chair of Management, is quoted in this article about the importance of taking a break during the workday, which can increase productivity and lower burnout rates.
KXXV (ABC): Supply chain expert and Management professor Pedro Reyes is quoted in this story about disruptions in the grocery supply chain can be overcome but it's unclear how long or to what extent the problem will continue.
FOX & Friends Sunday: Pedro Reyes, professor of Management and supply chain expert, weighs in on how the Russian-Ukraine conflict will impact food supply.
KXXV (ABC): Professor of Management and supply chain expert, was interviewed on the possible supply chain issues associated with the conflict in Eastern Europe.
KXXV (ABC): Professor of Management and supply chain expert Pedro Reyes was interviewed for this story on supply chain issues with tire shops across the country.
Harvard Business Review: This article co-authored by Management professor Kaylee Hackney reviews her research which finds that pregnancy discrimination is linked to increased stress and an elevated risk for postpartum depression in pregnant working mothers.