Boeing blames software for two recent disasters involving its 737 MAX narrow-body plane, but an information technology expert at Maryland Smith points toward design and marketing flaws instead.
Burger King and McDonald’s are responding to the changing concerns and palates of the consumer, particularly the millennial consumer. Here's how.
Ride-hailing services that want to grow revenue should share more with drivers and charge passengers less, a working paper from Maryland Smith shows.
For small to midsized businesses, like their larger counterparts, success correlates with being adept in an interlinked web of financial entities and networks, supply chains and ecosystems.
A new algorithm developed at Maryland Smith allows companies to stretch their budgets and optimize results when buying online display ads.
Attempting to conduct predictive modeling from sparse, binary data sets is complicated. Maryland Smith's Jessica M. Clark looks for a better way.
It took days of pressure from airlines, passengers, and policymakers and regulators around the world before the Federal Aviation Administration announced the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max-8. Here's what's likely to happen next.
How do high-performing organizations learn and adapt their routines and procedures? Do they look to constantly bring new information into their processes?
The burgeoning secondary market of online business-to-business (B2B) auction platforms connect retailers to deeper pools of buyers for their unsold or returned inventory.
Equal pay for equal work. It’s a simple notion, but one that’s surprisingly hard to implement without buy-in from upper management and quantitative tools for decision support.