Jamie Ladge's co-authored study examines systemic inequities in the healthcare field and finds that a “hero” status isn't what medical professionals want. Photo: Brian Ach/AP Images for NYC Healthcare Heroes.
Here are a few ways you can respond. Whether the intent is to increase production or cause personal harm, the consequences of an intimidating boss tend to be bad for everyone. So concludes new research by Zhenyu Liao, an assistant professor of management and organizational development at D'Amore-McKim.
Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders says many hurdles must be overcome before the COVID-19 vaccines are available for widespread use.
Visiting Professor and Executive-in-Residence in Marketing Shubhro Sen's broad global experience builds on D'Amore-McKim's professor/practitioner model.
Akos Boateng, DMSB'22, and Erin Cowden, CSSH'21, are two of over 40 students sharing PPE and health tips with fellow community members during the COVID-19 pandemic. Student health advocates have distributed more than 6,000 masks and silver-plated adhesive hooks to hang the masks from, as well as 4,500 bottles of Northeastern-branded sanitizer.
Launched this year, the Bradford-Osborne Research Award is the first national award to recognize research published in peer-reviewed journals that contributes to advancing the growth of businesses owned by people of color. Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Venkat Kuppuswamy received the award for his co-authored 2017 Management Science paper, “The Colorblind Crowd? Founder Race and Performance in Crowdfunding.”
At PepsiCo, she was one of corporate America's most powerful women. Now she's paving the way for others.
In a university event co-hosted by D'Amore-McKim's Center for Emerging Markets and Women Who Empower, Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun welcomed Indra Nooyi, member of Amazon's Board of Directors and former CEO of PepsiCo, for a conversation about her career, lifelong learning, and workplace diversity.
Northeastern launches new degrees in the U.K. to help employers grow their digital talent pools–inside the company
“This is a new form of cooperative education for the university,” said Christina Jaracz, assistant vice president of corporate partnerships and D'Amore-McKim assistant dean of corporate and professional learning. Designed by Northeastern faculty and ServiceNow, the new degrees and certificates will help U.K. employers fill an immediate demand for skilled digital talent.
Computer science and business major Rohan Shayi, KCS/DMSB'23, shows off his mask in a student feature for News@Northeastern.
George Yip's most recent research shows China challenging the West in manufacturing-based innovation.