Increased Organizational Support for Employees’ Adoption Efforts Yields Positive Benefits At All Levels, Baylor Study Shows
WACO, Texas (June 14, 2021) – When an organization supports its employees who choose to adopt children, the employees, their families, the adopted children and the organization itself experience positive benefits and outcomes, according to new research from Baylor University.
Audio: The Pandemic Challenged Conventional Thinking About Work. Can We Go Back to Business as Usual?
Texas Public Radio: Professor of management and remote work expert Sara Perry discusses the future of work in a post-pandemic world.
Precarization or Protection? How Labour Policies Influence the Effects of Globalization on Informality
WIDERAngle (United Nations University): Lourenço Paz, professor of economics, co-authored a recent study on the impacts of globalization on the economy in Brazil and important findings as a result.
Baylor Professor Named "Emerging Scholar in Sport Marketing"
Lane Wakefield, a Baylor Marketing professor, has earned multiple national recognitions from the American Marketing Association (AMA).
Phishing Tests Are Necessary. But They Don’t Need To Be Evil
Harvard Business Review: Covered in this article is recent research by professor of information systems, Daniel Pienta who found that companies who use phishing tests with questionable tactics have the potential to harm the company's relationship with their employees.
Baylor Study: What Motivates People To Prevent COVID-19?
Baptist Standard: Professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David have found that fear of COVID-19 is the primary driving factor that motivates people to take preventive measures to safeguard against it.
A Fiscal “Big Brother”
Innovative Business at Baylor: Paul Mason, assistant professor of Accounting and Business Law, researches the impact of IRS monitoring on a manager’s likelihood to commit accounting fraud through financial misreporting.
Baylor Study: What Motivates People to Mask Up, Social Distance, Vaccinate?
WACO, Texas (March 29, 2021) – As the United States continues its march to vaccinate millions of citizens against COVID-19, marketing researchers from Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business have discovered a messaging model that motivates people to take preventive actions to battle the virus.
Hankamer Professors Share Grant-Gaining Advice
Innovative Business at Baylor: As Baylor University continues its pursuit of Research I/Tier I (RI/TI) recognition, professors in the Hankamer School of Business are doing their part by contributing to this vision.
Skin in the Game
Innovative Business at Baylor: Peter Klein, professor of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, researches the perceived disconnect between ownership and value creation with a new term in strategic management literature.