Think your boss is a jerk because he or she treated you unfairly? It’s possible your manager just has too much to do, Maryland Smith research shows.
Transformational leaders can inspire individual followers to go beyond their own self-interest and benefit the group, Maryland Smith research shows.
Something is missing from the curriculum at many business schools, and that is learning how to think about the long-term impact of decisions
Conventional wisdom says innovation flows from the minds of mavericks, not protectors of the status quo. But traditionalists have a role to play.
The gender gap in earnings among science and engineering PhD graduates is 20 percent wider in academia than throughout the industry.
Today's dress codes are more flexible and more casual. But how casual is too casual? Maryland Smith's Rachel Loock offers a guide for getting dressed and getting it right.
The NCAA men’s basketball tournament will officially get under way next week, which means it's time to fill in your bracket. Maryland Smith's Sean Barnes shows you how to play to win.
The Chinese construct of moqi (pronounced MO-chee) provides a useful framework for understanding and improving supervisor-subordinate relationships.
Email, instant messages, video conferencing and Slack each have been touted as instrumental in improving communication for virtual work teams. But do these technologies really deserve the credit they get?
People who worry about income inequality “in and of itself” are focusing on the wrong question, professor Rajshree Agarwal argues in new resesarch.