Management & Organization
Marko Pitesa is an Assistant Professor in the Management & Organization Department at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. He teaches Managing People and Organizations in the undergraduate program. His research investigates 1) employees’ tendency to adhere to versus deviate from organizational policies, 2) discrimination in selection decisions based on candidates’ social group membership, and 3) factors that promote coordination in organizations, such as trust and effective communication.
Business and policy leaders looking for answers in the transformed world of social media need research that balances academic rigor with relevance, the Academy of Management’s new president-elect told participants Aug. 3, 2014, during the group’s annual meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.
Gosia Langa joined the Robert H. Smith School of Business faculty as a lecturer in Spring of 2008. Throughout her extensive teaching career she has focused on a variety of courses within management. She had opportunities to instruct undergraduate students in Management, Business Policy, Human Resource Management, Teamwork and Interpersonal Relations, and Cross-Cultural Management. She is currently involved in developing an Executive MBA level course in Negotiations.
College Park, Md. Sept. 13, 2007 - The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business today announced 16 outstanding faculty members have joined the school from leading universities to start the 2007-2008 academic year.
Anil Gupta, the Michael D. Dingman Chair in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, recently gave a talk on Indo-China relations as part of the Breakfast at the Asia Society India Centre series in Mumbai.
The Smith School's Anil Gupta, Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship, is featured prominently in a multichannel media report on how firms can develop successful business strategies for China and India. A full-page newspaper article, coauthored by Gupta and Smith School MBA alumnus Haiyan Wang, was published April 28, 2007 in the Wall Street Journal as part of its Business Insight report, which also includes video and audio interviews as well as an online discussion.