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Graziadio Faculty Selected Scholarship

Graziadio Faculty Selected Scholarship

Abstracts to published, peer-reviewed scholarship by Graziadio Thought Leadership available by clicking on links.

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Graziadio Faculty Books, Blogs, and More

Graziadio Faculty Books, Blogs, and More

Graziadio Faculty books, blogs, and more that make an intellectual contribution.

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The Book Corner

The Book Corner

The Book Corner offers reviews by Graziadio School faculty for a variety of books on business topics.

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Is the Internet killing your creative potential?

Is the Internet killing your creative potential?

The managers’ capacity for true creativity and deep critical-thinking risks being diminished by our 24/7 connectedness in an information-intensive world.

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Decision Sciences

James DiLellio, PhD, MBA, Associate Professor of Decision Sciences A hybrid GNSS integrity design leveraging a priori signal noise characteristics. Journal of Navigation, 63(3), 513-526, (2010). Abstract The objective of this paper is to explore a hybrid Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) architecture that efficiently meets the stringent needs of safety of life systems. An […]

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Finance – ETFs

James DiLellio, PhD, MBA, Associate Professor of Decision Sciences Darrol J. Stanley, DBA, Professor of Finance and Accounting ETF Trading Strategies to Enhance Client Wealth Maximization. Financial Services Review, 20, p. 145-163, (2011). Abstract This study examines the performance of pragmatic ETF-only investment strategies published either in an investment newsletter, blog, or are otherwise available […]

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Teams

Jaclyn A. Margolis, PhD, Assistant Professor, Applied Behavioral Science It’s All Relative: A Team-Based Social Comparison Model for Self-Evaluations of Effectiveness. Group & Organization Management. (Forthcoming), with S. B. Dust. Abstract We apply social comparison theory (SCT) to the organizational context and develop a model explicating the social comparison process that occurs within organizational teams. […]

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Management Education

Owen P. Hall, Jr., PhD, PE, PhD, Professor of Decision Sciences Charla Charla Griffy-Brown, PhD, Professor of Information Systems Technology Management and Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Crowdsourcing Management Education Assessment, Journal International Technology Information Management, 25(2), (2016). Abstract Assessment is now at the center of the new business education zeitgeist. This focus […]

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Leadership

Jaclyn A. Margolis, PhD, Assistant Professor, Applied Behavioral Science Vertical flow of collectivistic leadership: An examination of the cascade of visionary leadership across levels. The Leadership Quarterly, 27(2), 334-348, (2016), with J. C. Ziegert. Abstract This study explores the connection between formal leaders and collective leadership in teams through the examination of how collective strategic […]

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IPOs

Joetta Forsyth, PhD, Associate Professor of Finance Thermo Electron Corp. [case study]. Harvard Business School Press, Case Study 9-292-104, (1992). with Carliss Baldwin. Abstract George Hatsopoulos, CEO at Thermo Electron Corp., is considering whether to issue shares in a subsidiary via an initial public offering (IPO). The company has developed an unusual corporate structure in […]

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