Study: Management Without Morals Can Lead to Employees’ Unethical Behavior
WACO, Texas (Jan. 28, 2021) – An organization that projects an ethical face but whose managers fail to respond to internal ethical situations sends mixed messages to its employees, which can lead to a lack of employees’ moral courage and an increase in unethical behavior, according to a study led by a Baylor University researcher.
Baylor Business Professor, Alumna Earn National Science Foundation Grant to Combat Human Trafficking
WACO, Texas (Jan. 27, 2021) - A Baylor University professor and a former student have received a National Science Foundation grant to address technological challenges that face law enforcement as they try to break up illicit networks and rescue individuals caught up in human trade.
Audio: Baylor Connections: Stacie Petter
In this Baylor Connections, Stacie Petter discusses information systems’ role in the fight against human trafficking and slavery.
Faculty Pivot To Meet Research Needs During the Pandemic
Baylor Lariat: Professor of economics Van Pham is interviewed in this article about how Baylor faculty conduct their research during the disruption of the global pandemic.
A Scale of Attraction
Innovative Business at Baylor: David Scheaf, assistant professor of Entrepreneurship, synthesizes years of research and develops a measurement tool for entrepreneurship teams to evaluate opportunity attractiveness.
Emerging as a Leader: The Impact of Contributions in Leaderless Teams
Innovative Business at Baylor: Stephanie Kunst, assistant professor of Management at the Hankamer School of Business, studies the relationship between a team member's constructive contributions and their appearance as a leader to the rest of the team.
Time is Money: Implementing Direct Flights Changes the Investment Game
Innovative Business at Baylor: Shane Underwood, associate professor of Finance, researches the relationship between direct flights between mutual funds and investment firms and the likelihood for more investment opportunities.
Who Are You: Finding Identity in IT
Innovative Business at Baylor: Stacie Petter, professor of Information Systems, researches the way employees use and explore the features of technology based on their individual IT identity to be more innovative and creative.
How Personality Affects Who Follows COVID-19 Rules
MedicalXpress: A study co-authored by Gabriella Cacciotti, professor of entrepreneurship, found that certain personality traits increased the likelihood of adopting guidelines meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Audio: Business Review: The Power of Nines
KWBU (NPR): Lora Tu, professor of Marketing, discusses the power of prices that end in nine and its impact on a buyer's perception.