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Associate Teaching Professor Martin Dias discusses the leadership and logistical challenges Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has faced and lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey community resilience efforts.

Associate Professor Edward Wertheim examines the differences between President Trump's public and private negotiating strategies.

Assistant Professor Keith Smith highlights the importance of strategic survey design and the impact it can have on data-informed decision making.

Associate Professor Bert Spector examines President Trump's recent inaugural cabinet meeting as an example of how leadership personality and meeting style can impact overall organization function.

Associate Professor Bruce Clark discusses the future of Amazon after its monumental move to purchase Whole Foods.

Professor Timothy Hoff explains the impact of the changing payment landscape for healthcare professionals and how their task-heavy job roles are having a negative effect on worker happiness, increasing burnout, and creating new issues in the sphere.

Assistant Professor Yakov Bart explains the advantages that companies can receive if they invest in improving customer engagement.

Associate Professor Samina Karim explains the importance of a strong business foundation for technology and innovation leaders in today's evolving business world.

Professor Tucker Marion outlines a unique new learning model and partnership being used to teach innovation in our Masters of Technological Entrepreneurship program.

Associate Professor Edward Wertheim examines the unique and sometimes extreme negotiating style of President Donald Trump.