Interpreting Statistical Information
Statistics can be deceptive if you're not careful. Make sure you understand the data presented before basing an important decision on misleading information.
A Knowledge Revolution in Business
Benjamin Franklin started a knowledge revolution in business. Listen to the two-minute audio file from the Business Review.
Inventor or Entrepreneur?
Was Thomas Edison simply an inventor, or was he more of an entrepreneur? Listen to Blaine McCormick discuss the entrepreneurial sprit of Thomas Edison.
Trickle Down Stress
Studies show an employee dealing with stress can decrease customer satisfaction and retention.
Cell Phone Culture in Houston
KUHF-FM "Houston Matters": AUDIO LINK INCLUDED: James A. Roberts, Ph.D., professor of marketing and The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing in Baylor's Hankamer School of Business, is among the guests for Monday's "Houston Matters" radio program that focused on cell phone culture and how these devices have changed our lives in just a few short years. Roberts is the co-author of a recent study that found that cell phone and instant messaging addictions are driven by materialism and impulsiveness.
Work-Life Balance and Ethics
A good work-life balance may contribute to ethical decisions. This two-minute audio file explains the connection.
One Bad Apple
Could one person's attitude ruin the productivity of a whole team?
Starting a New Business Venture
Thinking about starting a new venture? Our podcast descibes four important things things to look for when starting a company.
Principles of Ethical Power
There are five important "P"s to remember when facing difficult decisions.
New Baylor Business Review: Management, Leadership and Strategy in the 21st Century
In this issue of the Baylor Business Review, we explore management, leadership and business strategy in the 21st century.