When you’re at work, there are two types of people you compete with: People with similar responsibilities at your own company and rivals with similar duties at other companies. How do those different flavors of competition shape behavior? According to new research from Smith professor Christine M. Beckman, being outperformed by the people in your own company is more
Smith is proud to be a founding member of a newly established Global Business Consulting (GBC) consortium. The GBC consortia member business schools are the University of Maryland, the University of Miami, San Diego State University, and George Washington University.
Most greenbacks are not green or even visible. Only about 10 percent of the U.S. supply exist as paper or coin. The rest move inside computers as binary code. Still, physical currency is important for a healthy economy. Kristen Fanarakis from the Smith School's Center for Financial Policy explains the life cycle of cash in digital
The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business has appointed Christine Beckman as the first academic director of the Center for Social Value Creation.