Faculty & Departments

Management Department Articles for '2010'

Want a happier workforce? Go green, says ND researcher

October 14, 2010

Research being conducted on sustainable dairy farms shows that employees are likelier to feel happier about their jobs when their efforts contribute to more than profit-making.
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The Value of Values: The New Business Education

September 24, 2010

Carolyn Woo, Dean of Mendoza Business School at Notre Dame says, "Giving Voice to Values is exactly what we need to help our students take action.
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Oil spill cleanup: After digging deep to kill well, BP faces long climb

September 20, 2010

Professor Jim O'Rourke, Director of The Eugene D. Fanning Center for Business Communication, is quoted in this article about the future of BP's image
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Notre Dame Calls Early Results Of IPad Study Encouraging

September 13, 2010

In late August, the University of Notre Dame handed 40 students an Apple iPad as part of a year-long study of e-readers.
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Doctors' tech adoption influenced by social circle

September 13, 2010

Article quotes Corey Angst, Ph.D., assistant professor of management about his research, "There are a lot more David hospitals out there than Goliath hospitals."
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Doctors' tech adoption influenced by social circle

September 13, 2010

Management professor Corey Angst in quoted in this article about his research on hospitals adopting electronic medical records
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Michael Seamon promoted to associate vice president

September 10, 2010

Michael Seamon (MBA, '94), (ND, '92)
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Going from paperless to the iPad

September 10, 2010

Notre Dame is leading the pack by creating and debuting the first paperless course
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Facebook Detox

September 9, 2010

Recently, Notre Dame University launched its first “eReader class,” where students not only use Apple’s iPad to download and read the required textbooks for the class.
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Notre Dame launches paperless iPad courses

September 8, 2010

The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university's eReader study and Notre Dame's first paperless class.
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