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Business Scholars Describe How to Rectify Managerial Malpractice That Discourages Employee Engagement
Professor of management, Gary Carini, and professor of marketing, Mark Dunn, have authored an educational parable that conveys the problems and solutions to managerial malpractice using the perspective of a fly on the wall.

When Work and Life Overlap: The Pros and Cons of Boundary Violations
Business News Daily: The focus of this article is on new research by professor of management, Emily Hunter, about the pros and cons of workplace interruptions by spouses.

When Your Spouse Calls and Interrupts Your Workday, Is That a Good Thing?
Science Daily: Research by professor of management, Emily Hunter, is reviewed, in which she finds that there are benefits and consequences to spouse phone calls during a workday.

When Your Spouse Calls and Interrupts Your Workday, Is That a Good Thing?
WACO, Texas (May 15, 2017) - A new Baylor University Hankamer School of Business study looks at the consequences and benefits of interruptions during work and family time.

How to Temper Smartphone Overuse
The Philadelphia Tribune: In this piece about curbing smartphone addiction, popular research on the subject by professor of marketing, James Roberts, is referenced.

How People Make Decisions When They Hate to Make Decisions
Innovative Business at Baylor: Ashley Otto, assistant professor of marketing, researches the decision-making process in people who have an aversion to decision-making.

Studies Show That Our Phones Are Wrecking Our Relationships, and Tell Us Something We Don’t Know
Yahoo!: This article makes reference to the findings of a research study by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about the social damage of "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," caused by smartphone addiction.

An Alternative Investment for Your Emergency Savings Account
The Wall Street Journal: Authored by William Reichenstein, professor of finance, this article discusses the benefits of an emergency investment fund and the research he co-authored on this subject with the Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, Terry Maness.

The Phones We Love Too Much
The New York Times: One of the featured experts in this story about societal addiction to smartphones is professor of marketing, James Roberts, whose research with Meredith David found that phone snubbing, or "phubbing," can harm relationships.

Will Downsizing Hurt Your Company?
Business Mirror: This article co-authored by the researchers, including professor of management, Patricia Norman, reviews their study which found that companies that downsize may increase the likelihood of bankruptcy, and the implications of their findings.

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