Wednesday, April 9, 2014Strategic Human Resource Management BlogStriking for Gold: Understanding How Entrepreneurs Bring an Idea to Lifeby: Phillip Kim

In the “lore” of entrepreneurship, many of the notions that make up our conventional wisdom are untested. This is where I come in as a researcher. The unifying theme of the research I... Read More

Tuesday, March 18, 2014Strategic Human Resource Management BlogWho Makes a Good Entrepreneur? It’s Time to Update the Stereotypeby: Joseph Raffiee

When we hear the word entrepreneur, often what comes to mind is the stereotype of the brave maverick striking out on his own, taking a chance and quitting his day job to pursue his dream of founding a... Read More

Wednesday, February 5, 2014Strategic Human Resource Management BlogDoes Talking to a Friend Help? It Might Depend on Your Sense of Self-Worthby: Maria Triana

When people believe they have experienced discrimination at work, they commonly respond by talking to someone about it. On a basic, intuitive level, we all know that when you’re having a problem... Read More

Wednesday, June 19, 2013Strategic Human Resource Management BlogDiversity on Corporate Boards Can Impede Strategic Changeby: Maria Triana

We tend to think of increased gender diversity as always being a good thing, but in some cases it turns out that having more diversity can impede decision-making. In a study of 462 Fortune 500 firms,... Read More