The War Over Work From Home: The Data CEOs And Workers Need To Know
In Forbes, Professor Emeritus Kim Elsbach says her research has found that when people are seen in the office, even when nothing is known about the quality of their work, they are perceived as more reliable and dependable than remote workers.
A New Beginning: My Journey to Grad School as First-Gen Student
My inspirations, dreams and aspirations
MPAc student Cievia Xiong describes her experience as a first-generation Hmong- American student, and how her family, friends and “ghost-mentors” inspire her to maintain a work-life balance while pursuing her career goals.
Disney Storyteller’s MBA Adventure: Tackling Challenges to Shape the Future of News
My experience navigating career, family, and education
Bay Area MBA and Emmy award-winning TV news director Joshua Hubbard reports how he manages to balance school, family and career and using his new skills to cover stories in the fast-paced news business.
3 Common Mental Health Challenges for Graduate School
How to avoid becoming overwhelmed
As you start preparing the life logistics of going back to school, don't neglect your most important asset: your mental health. Cleona Tsang MBA 23 shares tips on optimizing your mental health in order to reach your goals.
'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.
Discovering a New Path: From Engineering to Strategy
How a UC Davis MBA enabled my career pivot
After graduating with a degree in chemical engineering and getting a job at an oil refinery in California, I realized that a business role could present interesting problems and challenges much like an engineering role could.
UC Davis MBA program helps me learn business skills, lingo and apply it to my career
I know what words like “cash,” “credit,” and having a “balanced budget” mean in a personal finance context. But I was lost in my engineering job at a local utility company when co-workers used industry lingo to describe corporate budgets.