An acclaimed researcher and professor in strategic and entrepreneurial leadership will hold a newly created endowed chair in Clemson University’s College of Business.
Convenience, cost effectiveness and productivity are said to be benefits of a more digitized business world. However, research by a renowned Clemson University information systems professor suggests increased digitization isn’t inherently good for companies or consumers in some cases. The research, conducted by Varun Grover, Clemson University’s William S. Lee (Duke Energy) Chair in Information […]
If you know of a workplace supervisor who yells, insults or is generally abusive to employees, chances are they were treated similarly as a child, according to research by business school professors at Clemson University.
Being blackballed by fellow employees doesn’t mean a person can’t remain productive in the workplace — if they feel their employer values them, according to researchers at Clemson University.
Photo booths weren’t on Brendon Mullen’s radar when he received a degree in business management from Clemson University in 2011. Today, as partner of a burgeoning startup business, they are the focal point of his workday. Lets Booth It was founded in 2012 by Adam Malone, a graduate of Ole Miss. Today, business partners Malone […]
Unfulfilled promises — as perceived by employees — can exact a heavy toll on an organization and its employees, especially when a select group of workers feel they have been wronged by their employer, according to a Clemson University business school researcher.
Management professor Jason Thatcher recently joined elite company in the world of information systems researchers. The business school professor and director of Clemson University’s Social Analytics Institute has earned a spot on the MIS Quarterly Most Prolific Authors List. MIS Quarterly is a highly regarded, peer-reviewed scholarly journal in the field of Management Information Systems. […]
Kaitlynn Lewis and Jacob Young are students in business management, not construction, but an outside-the-classroom mission has the entrepreneurial pair building bridges in the international community for Clemson University. Their construction project involves building a relationship between Clemson University and the Canadian wood-construction industry aimed at creating synergies that will benefit South Carolina’s $18.6-billion forest […]
Jennifer Gerow has exercised a great deal of discipline in her young academic career. So, it’s no surprise that when she was hired by her current employer, which demands discipline, it would be a good fit. The Clemson University Ph.D. in Management (2011) has taken business technology to another level at Virginia Military Institute, and […]
Modesty may be the best policy — and pay dividends — for captains of industry, especially when they’re delivering quarterly earnings reports, according to Clemson University business school research.
Clemson University’s business school will begin offering a Master of Business Administration program in analytics starting in the fall semester of 2016, making it the first South Carolina university to provide a dedicated business analytics focus for graduate students.
The struggle for work-life balance exacts a toll on individuals and their families, but co-workers also bear the brunt of that stress and women are the most likely to dish it out, according to Clemson University researchers.
Austin Harley has gotten used to the looks of trepidation on his customers’ faces when they step onto his deep-sea fishing boat and see the captain about to take them 60 miles out on the ocean is a relative youngster. But as one who grew up on the ocean and a veteran of many fishing […]
Despite improving employment and economic growth, many housing markets across the country are not responding positively due to a lingering hangover from the economic downturn, a Clemson University researcher has found.
Have you ever been dissatisfied with a restaurant experience because the customer-service technology you had to use to reserve a table, order your food or pay for the meal wasn’t up to par? Clemson University researchers aren’t surprised.