It’s the lazy days of summer. And in many offices, deadlines, projects and even hiring will be stalled by the vacation days of key stakeholders. Why look for a new job now?
It was a kind of corporate whiplash last week when Barnes & Noble announced that its CEO had been fired without severance. Here's what the ailing bookseller must do now.
Before you walk out of the office on vacation, there are some important tasks you must attend to, Maryland Smith professor Cynthia Kay Stevens says.
Finding more pleasure in your time off boils down to some simple steps, Maryland Smith professor Nicole M. Coomber says.
If your organization relies on PowerPoint or similar software, it doesn’t mean your presentation is destined to leave your audience bored or surfing their smartphones for a distraction.
Images of vast islands of garbage in the oceans and recent revelations that much of the world's recycling isn't being recycled at all have some experts wondering whether society might be heading for a revolution in plastics and packaging.
Experts from the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business expose the best and worst ways to close a professional email.
Standing in front of the closet figuring out what to wear in the morning doesn't get any easier just because it's summer. If anything, it's harder.
The Smith School proudly presents its 15th annual Summer Reading List for Business Leaders, as recommended by faculty members. The 2018 edition covers everything from blind spots in statistics to the science of having a good day at the office.
We are watching a new and very different global Walmart take shape, the Smith School's Anil K. Gupta writes. Recent moves in the U.K., India and Brazil are "bold and brilliant," he says.