Participants in Smiths the Smith-GSBA Global Executive MBA Program recently had an opportunity to bring classroom lessons on global business and cross cultural management to life with a module in Beijing, China, December 11-22, 2006.
Research by Gilvan Souza
Research by Kay Bartol and Paul Tesluk
In the olden days—say, ten years ago—researchers studied human behavior using one-way mirrors and paper-and-pencil questionnaires. In the Smith School’s state-of-the-art Netcentric Behavioral Laboratory, researchers use sophisticated computer software to record the responses of study participants through computer keyboards, joysticks, and even special monitors designed to track human eye movements.