The Gutierrez Energy Management Institute (GEMI) at Bauer College recently hosted a group of energy executives, faculty and thought leaders for an invitation-only symposium and workshop on the role of hydrogen in a transition to a low carbon energy industry.
Kristin Cullen-Lester, assistant professor of management and leadership at Bauer, is partnering with Bauer’s Gutierrez Energy Management Institute, the Center for Creative Leadership as well as the University of Georgia to examine how organizations engage mid-level management.
Bauer College Associate Professor Dejun “Tony” Kong wondered whether organizations with well-intentioned goals related to mindfulness training — reducing stress, improving safety and enhancing productivity, etc. — were truly receiving benefits relative to financial cost.
The Association of International Business (AIB) Executive Board has awarded Management & Leadership Department Chairman and Professor Steve Werner the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) Silver Medal, a formal recognition of his intellectual contributions.
The classic sales model is based on the assumption that customers are unknowledgeable, uninformed, and uncertain prior to meeting with a salesperson. However, increasing information availability has led to more knowledgeable and informed customers who often have a solution in mind.
Melanie Rudd, assistant professor of Marketing & Entrepreneurship at Bauer College, examines how people can attain a greater sense of meaning in life in a recent study, “Making Time Matter,” published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.