Welcome to a new issue of the Graziadio Business Review. This issue includes a variety of articles written by knowledgeable authors that we believe you will find informative, insightful, and engaging. Hiring Disabled Workers Bringing the Whole Community into the Workforce By MICHAEL CAFFERKY, DBA MDIV One of our most underserved and underutilized groups is the … Continued
Can’t see the above video? Click this link to watch. In this video interview, Ann Feyerherm, PhD, Professor of Organization and Management and Chair of the Applied Behavior Science and Organization Theory and Management Department, explores the psychological impact of losing a job and effective methods for bouncing back.
Can’t see the video above? Click here to watch or you can read the transcript. In this video interview, Kurt K. Motamedi, PhD, Professor of Strategy and Leadership at the Graziadio School of Business and Management, discusses strategy, strategy execution, leadership styles (including neurotic managers and their impact), keeping employees motivated, and the shift away … Continued
The results of the first GBR poll on the economy and workplace productivity are in! The majority of participants said their workplace has been affected in some way by the stress of the down economy 56% say that people are working harder to keep their jobs 15% say that people are too obsessed with what’s … Continued
The GBR Blog wants to know: [poll id=”3″] What’s going on at your work? Tell us in the comments. UPDATE: This poll was closed on March 30, 2009. Read our analysis of the poll and get “5 Tips to Boost Workplace Happiness During these Tough Times,” by Charles Kerns, PhD, Associate Professor of Applied Behavioral … Continued
This is the second of a series of four blogs devoted to the topic of customer retention. To read Part 1, click here. Employees get excited when management demonstrates a serious commitment to listening to customers and staff’s suggestions for serving them. Building customer loyalty is everyone’s responsibility and everyone’s input is critical. Sharing information … Continued