The center’s cross-disciplinary research program will have faculty champions stationed throughout the Smith School to work with other educational institutions and leaders in business, non-profits, and government.
Areas of Research
- Executive coaching—process & consequences
- Embedded in 19-month EMBA program
- Coaching in multiple non-degree leadership development programs
- Active research team
- Executive Coaching Conference (June, 2009)
- Leadership, team empowerment, and knowledge-sharing
- Leadership of virtual teams
- Leading creativity/innovation
- Leading organizational change from multiple levels
List of Recent Publications
Smith Business Magazine, Spring 2010
Want to develop leadership for the next generation? Try stretch assignments.
Developing Managers with Stretch Assignments
Smith Business Close-Up, November 2009
In this edition of Smith Business Close-Up Paul Tesluk talks about how to help employees stretch to develop into top managers.
On-the-job experience can be a powerfully transformative tool for professional growth—in fact, research indicates it may be the primary vehicle for learning critical leadership skills.
The Smith School’s Center for Human Capital, Innovation and Technology (HCIT) explores issues at the intersection of these three key management resources and leverages this knowledge to help organizations develop their leaders to their fullest potential.
Creating the Best Environment for Knowledge Sharing
Smith Business Magazine, Spring 2007
Business success in the digital era is driven by information; knowledge sharing within organizations is crucial but not easy to achieve.
Understanding the different factors that motivate workers to share knowledge, and the ways that those factors interact, can help managers create an environment that results in the greatest amount of knowledge sharing, utilization and performance.
Smith Business Close-Up, September 2004
In this edition of Smith Business Close-Up Dr. Joyce Russell, professor and a recognized expert in organizational behavior and human resource management, discusses executive coaching.