Paul Tesluk

Business Lessons Could Hold Clues to How Bin Laden’s Death Will Impact Al Qaeda, Economy

MEDIA ALERT: May 3, 2011

Business Lessons Could Hold Clues to How Bin Laden’s Death Will Impact Al Qaeda, Economy

UMD’s Smith School of Business Experts Offer Insights

With the 10-year U.S. manhunt for Osama Bin Laden ending in the terrorist leader’s death, the world is watching for the impacts. Lessons from business could hold clues to how the loss of the leader might impact the Al Qaeda organization and the global economic climate.

Organizational Effects

Professor Paul Tesluk weighs in on how Bin Laden’s death may affect the Al Qaeda organization.

Smith Business Close-Up: Shared Leadership in Teams

How do you build teams that are highly adaptive and best draw upon the knowledge, skills and abilities of team members in ways that achieve superior performance? Recent research turns traditional notions of leadership on its head.

In this edition of Smith Business Close-Up with the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, Professor Paul Tesluk shares how your organization can gain competitive advantage by cultivating shared leadership in your teams.

Featured Researchers

Gilvan Souza, associate professor of operations management, received his PhD from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His primary research areas are in technology management and supply chain management, including production planning, remanufacturing, reverse logistics, and closed–loop supply chain design.

Faculty Kudos

Edwin A. Locke, professor emeritus of management and organization, has won the James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award from the American Psychological Society. He received the award at APS 18th Annual Convention, May 25-28, 2006. Locke is the most published organizational psychologist in the history of the field. His pioneering research focused on work motivation and job satisfaction, and he is well-known for his publications on goal-setting theory.

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