Faculty

Business and All That Jazz

If you fall asleep in Jack McCarthy’s class it won’t be for long - a saxophone riff or blaring trumpet will jolt you awake soon. No, having a jazz ensemble in class is not a professor’s revenge on dozing students. That ensemble is here to illustrate how improvisation, creativity, and shared leadership create high-performing teams on the stage or in the office. More

Shuba Srinivasan Comments on GM Crisis in Financial Times

As news of the dozen victims of faulty compact cars emerged, General Motors CEO Mary Barra took a personal stand and changed the narrative, Srinivasan says. More

SMG Alumni Donate Gift to School, Endow New Professorship

Professor and Everett W. Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar David Weil adds “Peter and Deborah Wexler Professor in Management” to his title. More

Kabrina Chang in Bloomberg Businessweek: Ethical Leadership Starts With a Student

In the real world, Kant can't help. But here's what does. More

Susan Fournier Delves Deeper Into Social Listening in HBR

To tap social listening’s potential as a source of strategic inspiration, think like a market researcher. More