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ND business prof wins research award for study on product recalls

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Kaitlin Wowak's study examining how companies manage food recalls won a research award from the Decision Sciences Institute.

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Yu-Chi Chang

Areas of expertise: Business mathematics, Bayesian statistics, Linear regression analysis, Econometric models

Sandra Collins

Areas of expertise: Organizational Design, Organizational Behavior, Decision making, Conflict Management

Edward Conlon

Areas of expertise: Organizational Design, Organizational Behavior, Decision making, Conflict Management

Michael Crant

Areas of expertise: Proactive personality and behavior, Organizational behavior, Impression management and self-handicapping, Personality and technology use

Craig Crossland

Areas of expertise:Strategic Leadership, Corporate Governance, Executive Succession, Social Networks


Management News

Ten Years Hence LogoWhat's trending: Mendoza College lecture series looks at major developments in next decade

Mendoza College's annual Ten Years Hence lecture series brings in experts to discuss major trends in a range of industries in the next decade. MORE

Management FEATURE

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Why do good people make unethical decisions?

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel discusses her book, “Blind Spots: Why We Fail to do What's Right and What to do About it," which examines why individuals and organizations fail to make ethical decisions. Watch Tenbrunsel’s video interview. Read the NPR story about Tenbrunsel’s research: Psychology of Fraud: Why Good People Do Bad Things.