Something quietly happened this summer amid all the hoopla surrounding Tesla’s soaring stock price and Elon Musk’s next visions that puts both the panacea hypothesis in stark relief and our efforts to promote sustainable innovation in context, according to UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Andrew Hargadon in his series for Capital Public Radio.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Donald A. Palmer writes an article based on his book, “Normal Organizational Wrongdoing.” The dominant perspective on organizational wrongdoing considers it to be an abnormal phenomenon; behavior that is rare, clearly aberrant, perpetrated by people who are abhorrent, and produced by a narrow range of out of whack organizational arrangements. However, new emerging theory and research on organizational wrongdoing present a fundamentally different perspective.
United States exports of LNG, refined products, condensate (and some day even oil) strengthen the United States’ ability to promote open trade in energy and capital investment in oil and gas resources around the world and to depoliticize the market, according to Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability for UC Davis.
Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability for UC Davis, writes that as a large consuming nation, the United States should insist that cross investment be a critical part of an overall framework that keeps all markets open to global trade and investment, including access to U.S. markets, in non-oil commodities, financial services and other goods.
Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability for UC Davis, writes about how oil price risk may have to be factored back into investment decision analysis.
Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability for UC Davis, shares her thoughts about 9/11.
Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability for UC Davis, writes about whether Northern American oil production increases can replace capacity losses as the result of the chaos and armed conflict in the Middle East.
Story about Davis Roots, a nonprofit business accelerator bridging the city of Davis and UC Davis. UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Andrew Hargadon helped found Davis Roots.
The bigger challenge with innovation is not coming up with new ideas, but rather putting yourself in the right position to see what’s already out there and bring it together in a way that works for you, according to UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Andrew Hargadon as part of his series for Capital Public Radio.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Kimberly Elsbach is interviewed about her research about crying in the workplace.
Story quotes UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Kimberly Elsbach, who studies the psychology of the workplace at the University of California, Davis, about how getting away from your desk can provide a boost in creativity.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Kimberly Elsbach is quoted in a story about how unspoken behaviors can have a big impact on negotiations.
Baked into most stories of technology revolutions is the misconception that new technologies disrupt older ones because of some distinctive advantage. Sometimes it’s just the opposite, according to UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Andrew Hargadon as part his series for Capital Public Radio.
Sometimes innovation requires constraints, according to UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor Andrew Hargadon in his series for Capital Public Radio.
Kimberly Elsbach, a professor at the University of California at Davis Graduate School of Management and Daniel Cable, a professor at London Business School, say their research shows that employees who work remotely may wind up with lower performance reviews, smaller raises and fewer promotions, even if they work just as hard and as long as colleagues who go to the office every day.
UC Davis Full-Time MBA Ranked among Nation’s Premier Programs for 19th Consecutive Year
MBA Programs among Top 9% in U.S.
Top 10 MBA Program That Leads to Jobs
(Davis, CA) — The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Full-Time MBA program is ranked among the premier business schools in the nation for the 19th consecutive year, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings released today.
U.S. News’ latest ranking places the Full-Time MBA program at No. 41, placing it among the top 9% of the 453 Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International’s accredited full-time MBA programs surveyed.
Start-up company Revolights, which has not one but two UC Davis MBAs in its ranks of seven, scored a $300,000 investment on ABC Television’s “Shark Tank” last Friday night.
“It’s been an incredible experience,” said Adam Pettler MBA ’11, chief financial officer for Revolights Inc., maker of wheel-mounted bike light systems. Pettler was a full-time MBA student on the Davis campus when he developed the Revolights business plan in an independent study course supervised by Marc Lowe, an adjunct professor.
Story about Adam Pettler, MBA 11, whose company Revolights secured a $300,000 investment from ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
Story cites study by Graduate School of Management Professor Brad Barber that found that trading less and making more thoughtful investment decisions has monetary benefits for women over men.
Organized innovation is the key to bringing the U.S. ecosystem together of universities, businesses and government, according to an op-ed from Steven C. Currall and Ed Frauenheim, co-authors of “Organized Innovation.” Currall is Dean of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.