In this issue our authors went back to eight of our most popular and most timely articles to give us an update.
We are concluding 2011 on a great note. This year we upped our qualifications for publication and our rejection rate to approximately 67%.
We are excited to present more great articles in this issue of the GBR, along with a video interview and book reviews.
Graziadio Business Review Managing Editor Audra Quinn introduces the Spring 2011 issue, asking the question, “What makes you or your company distinctive?”
GBR Academic Editor Nancy Dodd introduces Volume 14, Issue 1 of the Graziadio Business Review, announcing new audio interviews with article authors, to be featured in the GBR blog.
With this issue we are delighted to introduce you to our new name, the Graziadio Business Review, and bring you our new design, which we think you will find much more user-friendly.
To stay ahead of the curve, if not just afloat, businesses must understand how to create new value from multiple divisions and perspectives.
The GBR bids a reluctant farewell to editor-in-chief Owen Hall, Jr., and announces its move to the Center for Applied Research, in which a brand new name and look will debut.
Editorial: Will commercial real estate will follow in the footsteps of the residential property market?
Residential property values have fallen as much as 40 percent and more in some markets. Will commercial property values follow suit?
An exploration of the potential of robotics for both increased productivity and ethical concerns, drawing on the history and looking toward the future of the industry.
Graziadio Dean Linda A. Livingstone compiles eight key attributes of effective leaders and words of advice from various speakers from the Dean’s Executive Leadership Series (DELS).
An editorial on how universities can contribute to developing long-term, balanced solutions to globalization by incorporating e-learning.
What does it take to write a good business plan? What should entrepreneurs avoid? Should business plans be put on hold until the economy picks up?
This editorial encourages California to utilize the talents of management retirees to help alleviate our ongoing financial woes.
It appears that more than just the American economy is bordering on breakdown. It is far more significant that America its culture and spirit is in total crisis and bordering on collapse.