Audio: Business Review: Getting to the Bottom of the Bottom-Line Mentality
KWBU (NPR): Research by Matt Quade, professor of management, has found that when the main focus of leaders is the bottom-line, such thinking can have negative consequences on the business.
Audio: Business Review: Making an About-Face in Business
KWBU (NPR): Entrepreneurship professor Matthew Wood shares data-driven predictors to help entrepreneurs decide when to pivot.
Audio: Dr. Matt Quade - Ethical Leadership, Moral Courage and Feedback Culture
Convos with Clay: Matt Quade, Director of Ethics and Leadership at Baylor Business, discusses ethical leadership and moral courage.
Audio: Business Review: Valuing Audiences of Color
KWBU (NPR): Marketing professor Tyrha Lindsey-Warren discusses the findings of her research into the unintended effects of minority discounts in the advertising space.
Audio: Business Review: Alumni Affiliation
KWBU (NPR): Professor of accounting Owen Brown discusses research on whether firms that hire former employees to audit them show bias.
How to Successfully Shift From “Work Mode” to “Family Mode”
Fatherly: Professor of Management Kaylee Hackney and an employee well-being expert discusses how to shift from work mode to family mode when working from home.
Hating Hybrid Work? Here’s How to Make it Less Painful.
The Washington Post: Management professor Sara Perry is cited for her research on employee stress and remote work in this article about hybrid working.
A (Not So) Textbook Case
Baylor Business Review: Dean Sandeep Mazumder co-authors a more practical economics textbook to bridge industry and academics.
Entrepreneurs Are Happier and Healthier Than Employees According to University Research Studies
Forbes: Professor of Entrepreneurship Boris Nikolaev is cited in this article for his research which found that as the number of small businesses increased, the health of the surrounding community improved.
Perceived Discrimination, Real Stress
Baylor Business Review: Kaylee Hackney reflects on personal experience to study the impact of stress from perceived pregnancy discrimination.