Waco Family & Faith International Film Festival Launches With the Goals to Empower the Creative Spirit and Celebrate All
Professor of Marketing Tyrha Lindsey-Warren was interviewed about the Waco Family & Faith International Film Festival she founded in Digital Journal.
Out of Office: Is Remote Work Stressing You Out?
Sara Perry, professor of Management, discussed her research on remote work in Remotely One.
This Is the Worst Thing You Can Focus on When Managing a Team
A study by Matthew Quade, professor of Management, which found that supervisors focused on profits could be hurting employee productivity and respect, potentially resulting in damage to the bottom line, was referenced in an article in The Ladders.
NHL Brings New Look to Stadium Series With Air Force Academy Weekend
Kirk Wakefield, professor of Marketing and the executive director of the Center for Sports Strategy and Sales, was interviewed about the NHL and its search for new outdoor venues in Front Office Sports.
Companies Might Send Millions of Employees to Work From Home. Is That Such a Bad Thing?
2018 research from Management professors who found that the success of working from home depended on employees’ emotional makeup was cited in an Adweek article about working from home during the coronavirus outbreak.
Evidence From the Internet: How the Pandemic Sparks Sports Fans on Twitter
Kirk Wakefield, professor of Marketing and the executive director of the Center for Sports Strategy and Sales, discusses social media data that sheds light on how much sports fans miss the emotional outlet, socialization and competition of sports in a self-penned Forbes column.
Is Your Smartphone Hurting Your Relationship?
Research by Jim Roberts, professor of Marketing, discussing the harmful impact of ‘phubbing’ on relationships was reviewed in an article in The Good Men Project.
10 Ways Brand Partnerships Can Promote Sustainability in the Post-COVID Sports Industry
Kirk Wakefield, professor of Marketing and the executive director of the Center for Sports Strategy and Sales, authored a piece in Forbes about 10 ways brands can partner with sports teams to make changes for good.
Surveilling Employees Who Work From Home Could Do More Harm Than Good
Research from Dawn Carlson, professor of Management, and John Carlson, professor of Information Systems, found that employees of companies who monitor software usage report greater tension and less job satisfaction was cited in an article in Fast Company.
Losing Your Own Business is Worse Than Losing a Salaried Job
Research by Boris Nikolaev, professor of Entrepreneurship, was cited in a Brookings Up Front article in which he found that losing one’s business is more psychologically damaging than losing a salaried job.