'Face Time' Bias may be Working Against Those Working from Home
'Face time bias' is a real phenomenon affecting employees working remotely, says Professor Emeritus Kim Elsbach, who found that bosses tend to favor employees who they can see at work, regardless of what they're actually doing.
Anti-Russia Sanctions Spur VCs to Unravel Ties to 'Toxic' Money
Professor Ayako Yasuda says that all future limited partner agreements with venture capitalist firms should include a contingency clause that spells out a mechanism for disclosing and potentially expelling "questionable" LPs from the fund.
Landing a Gut (Health) Punch with Artificial Intelligence
How AI can enable better health via food and make us better bosses of our bodies
Similar to how AI can help business leaders make better decisions about their operations and investments for better growth, AI can help consumers make better decisions about their food choices for better health and performance. AI can teach us how to be the bosses of our own bodies.
How does consumer engagement evolve when brands post across multiple social media?
Mastering the complex social media world is a lot like trying to get your footing in constantly shifting sand. It seems like a new social media channel makes a big splash every six months; meanwhile, algorithms intended to boost your exposure keep changing and becoming increasingly monetized.
“Even though it’s called the VC market, more and more of that money is not from VC investors,” says Ayako Yasuda, professor of finance at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management and Research Fellow of the Private Equity Research Consortium. “That
Global Consensus Needed to Develop Climate Risk Disclosures for Companies
Prof. Paul Griffin calls for a borderless mandate for company climate risk discourse in an article in the journal Nature Energy—a move in line with recommended actions from the recent UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
It's Not Only the Pandemic That's Making Labor Scarce
Lecturer Suzy Taherian says despite a low national unemployment rate of 4.8%, there's a labor shortage in California involving both low-skilled and high-skilled workers due to numerous factors, such as childcare, more people working for themselves