Providing Knowledge for Business Practitioners
Baylor University's new strategic vision, Pro Futuris, includes the university's aspirations to be a community recognized for transformational education, informed engagement, committed constituents, judicious stewardship and compelling scholarship-"where research discoveries illuminate solutions to significant challenges confronting our world and where creative endeavors reflect the breadth of God's creation."
Faculty at the Hankamer School of Business are directly supporting this vision by consistently producing compelling research, some of which is included in this issue of Innovative Business at Baylor:
- From the Dean
- Late Nights and Long Hours Don't Pay
- The Economic Motivation of Group Cohesion and Alienating Practices
- Smartphones in the Classroom: Learning Hindrance or Opportunity?
- The Gray Area: Degrees of Wrongdoing on Whistleblowing
- Construction on Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation Ongoing
- Work-Life Balance Can Affect Job Promotion Chances