Training in general and e-learning in particular offer the opportunity to enhance both employee and customer satisfaction throughout the government workforce. Furthermore, an e-learning environment offers a vehicle to provide training consistency across the myriad of government agencies, which is especially important in the arena of emergency management. Somewhat surprisingly, in light of the “training … Continued
The GBR is read by thousands each month. To continue our upward trajectory in the academic business publication arena, we have some watershed changes to announce.
Dr. Hesse has taught management science using spreadsheets since 1982 in both engineering and business schools, and at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
My son graduated from high school this spring. After the ceremony, he came to me and announced that he had arrived everything was accomplished in his life. Of course you know and I know that he’s only just starting there’s a lot ahead of him, and a lot of things he doesn’t know. The Graziadio … Continued
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 offers sound prescriptions for all companies, publicly traded or not.
A resource of common and not so common business terms to help you decipher business terminology.
The measurement trap represents a false belief that we can fully understand all aspects of our business strictly through measurement.
What matters about Information Technology (IT)? How does IT add value to a firm? Who should take responsibility for IT management?
The ease of doing business online for both customers and companies is at risk as the fear of becoming a victim of phishing grows.
Editor’s Note announcing the addition of Nancy Dodd as editor and highlighting the articles of this issue.
GBR Editor Charla Griffy-Brown gives her parting words after five years at the helm of the online scholarly journal.
Doing the right thing in the midst of ethical turbulence can help develop the ability to cope in other kinds of rough times as well.