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Professor Andrew Hargadon reflects on his time at Apple in the early 1990s and provides insight to the complex manufacturing ecosystem the company relies on.
When people personalize office space with pictures and mementos, they work better as teams, says Professor Kimberly Elsbach.
Professor Kim Elsbach offers guidance to those faced with the uncomfortable situation of shedding tears at the office.
UC Davis was the only program with a year-over-year, double-digit increase, jumping 11 places (from No. 61 to 49).
New study reveals a trend in companies reporting quarterly earnings at much higher than expected—and analysts may share the blame for these manipulations.
Hemant Bhargava, a professor in technology management at UC Davis, weighs in on the Netflix business model.
A new paper by Professor Paul Griffin outlines a system for voluntary environmental disclosure for fossil fuel firms.
A simple framework goes a long way in discussing trade-offs from economic decisions argues this op-ed co-authored by Research Professor and Dean Emerita Nicole Woolsey Biggart.
Noah Gift, an adjunct professor for the UC Davis MSBA program and founder of Pragmatic AI Labs, explains the raw ingredients for creating a vertically integrated AI stack.
Sara Howard MBA 19 shares her inspiration for launching Cognivive and the challenges of being a LGBTQ woman in business and technology.
It won’t move the needle much on fighting climate change, says Accounting Professor Paul Griffin in citing his proposal for a new voluntary environmental disclosure program for fossil fuel companies.
Professor Alan Taylor compiles a massive collection of historical data to show parallels with the Great Recession.
Questioning Exxon Mobil’s support of the carbon dividends plan, Accounting Professor Paul Griffin draws on his research to recommend a better approach.
Professor Prasad Naik shares insights on what he calls “Management 3.0.”
Nicole Biggart, a research professor, professor emerita and former dean, shares her experience with exploring the uncanny art cars festival.
Finance Professor Brad Barber plots a survival curve for individual traders and finds that 90 percent are gone in four years, according to research cited by Forbes.
Marketing Associate Professor Olivier Rubel talks with with Cara Bernstein of Millennium Live about going beyond the data to gain business insights and drive transformation.
New research by Professor Paul Griffin investigates company reporting results in the U.S. over the last 17 years and reveals a marked increase in “positive earnings surprises”.
The QS publication interviews Gupta about her career goals, UC Davis culture and our new Industry Immersion courses.