The latest news and an inside look at the people and ideas that drive the MBA community.
After meeting at Admit Weekend, two MBAs found a common passion and started a healthcare business for seniors.
A virtual program focused on interpersonal abilities boosts work satisfaction for women starting off in STEM.
In this episode, Michele Gelfand explains why social norms are the glue that keeps cultures together.
Many managers don’t convey the right amount of information, but those who undercommunicate pay a steeper price.
A new study finds that people’s involvement with Black Lives Matter stems from an impulse that goes beyond identity.
Dean says today’s business leaders have great opportunities to use modern technology for good while mitigating its harms.
An experiment with middle school students boosts their creativity and confidence.
For 25 years, GMIX has sent students around the world and out of their comfort zone.
Solving crimes with forensic genetic genealogy is slow and complicated. A new mathematical analysis could crack cases 10 times faster.