Lifelong Lerner webinar series with a laptop Lifelong Lerner Webinar: AI and Healthcare Outcomes - Join us for the next Lifelong Lerner Webinar: Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare Outcomes on Thursday, April 15 for a discussion on the growing importance of AI in the healthcare industry.
This year’s Carol A. Ammon Case Competition focused on the 1914 Imperial Expedition of Ernest Shackleton and his crew on the Endurance. 2021 Carol A. Ammon Case Competition - The Carol A. Ammon Case Competition was held virtually for the first time this year, offering Lerner graduate students the opportunity to put their business skills to the test.
Shaping Women’s Entrepreneurship for Global Success - UD Professor of Management Amanda Bullough calls for a better understanding of gender and culture in positioning women entrepreneurs for worldwide success.
Lifelong Lerner webinar series with a laptop Lifelong Lerner Webinar: The Future of Sales - Join us for the next Lifelong Lerner Webinar Series: The Future of Sales on Thursday, March. 18 from noon to 1 p.m. (EST), when Lerner College faculty and alumni will discuss how selling has changed in the last few years.
sleesman team conflict Potential pitfalls of self-managed teams - New research from UD Professor of Management Dustin Sleesman explores the effectiveness of self-management for diverse teams.
A Call to Action for Gender Equity - In celebration of International Women’s Day, UD’s Women’s Leadership Initiative raises awareness for equity in the workplace.
A Hidden Story Behind High CEO Pay - New research from UD finance professor Hamed Mahmudi contributes to the increasingly hot topic of CEO pay. Mahmudi’s research found that when boards hire independent compensation consultants, CEO pay decreases.
business woman addressing colleagues Ethics and Leadership - Prof. Kyle Emich finds that ethical leadership isn’t required for success but is for a team to survive failure.
Finding the antidote to racial bias in the workplace - Lerner profs. Jennifer Joe and Wendy Smith co-authored an opinion piece for The Conversation on how white people can support their Black colleagues and address racial bias.
wendy smith photo Highly Cited Researcher: Wendy Smith - Lerner Management Professor Wendy Smith was among seven UD professors named to the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate, for the second year in a row.