Faculty & Departments

Management Department Articles for '2012'

Testimony at Sandusky trial shows missed chances

June 16, 2012

This Associated Press article quotes Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel about why witnesses failed to report Jerry Sandusky.
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When Good People Behave Badly

June 11, 2012

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel’s research on why good people make unethical decisions is mentioned in this Huffington Post blog.
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Fourteen seniors receive national fellowships and scholarships

May 17, 2012

Nhu Phan (MGT ’12) receives a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to South Korea.
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Psychology Of Fraud: Why Good People Do Bad Things

May 1, 2012

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel is quoted in this NPR article about what people do when facing ethical decisions.
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'Green' Bank Branches Found to Be More Profitable

March 28, 2012

The research of management professors Ante Glavas and Ed Conlon showing that LEED-certified bank branches perform better is cited in this American Banker article.
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Notre Dame Tops List of Best College Business Programs

March 20, 2012

For the third year in a row, the Mendoza College of Business claims the top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of undergraduate business schools.
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Go-getters fall short in happiness and health, new study shows

February 29, 2012

Ambitious people may have prestigious careers and earn high salaries, but they don’t necessarily lead more successful lives according to Management Professor Tim Judge.
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Do Nice Guys (and Girls) Really Finish Last?

February 21, 2012

This blog in Psychology Today features Management Professor Timothy Judge's research on being disagreeable in the workplace.
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Business Schools Send Students Out of Classrooms

January 27, 2012

In this MBA Admissions: Strictly Business column, the Notre Dame MBA Business on the Frontlines is mentioned as an innovative course offering.
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Business Ethics and “Blind Spots”

January 25, 2012

Ann Tenbrunsel, Professor of Business Ethics, discusses her book “Blind Spots: Why We Fail to do What’s Right and What to do About it.”
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