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Georgetown McDonough students, faculty, and staff are newsmakers, whether being featured in the press, in the award-winning Georgetown Business magazine, or on social media. Learn more about the Office of Marketing and Communications, and find access to the school's media kit, downloadable images, and more.

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Christine Porath
Americans Are So Stressed They Don't Even Realize They're Being Rude to Their Coworkers
According to Christine Porath, Ph.D., a professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, that's likely because they're so stressed and overwhelmed that they don'...
Christine Porath
Rudeness Is On The Rise In The Workplace, And It Can Be Costly
Christine Porath has raised the issue of incivility in the workplace in an opinion piece titled “No Time To Be Nice At Work” which appeared in last week’s The New York Times Sunday Review. Over the...
Ed Soule
Spreading Eastward?
Indeed, companies that require their employees to work erratic work schedules often pay a price in terms of increased absenteeism, high turnover and poor customer service, says Ed Soule, an associate...
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Is It Time for a "She for He" Campaign?
In an op-ed, Professor of Management Catherine Tinsley advocates for looser social roles in parenting, including increased paternity leave.
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Social Marketing in a Changing World – A Celebration of Alan Andreasen

After more than two decades as a marketing professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, Alan Andreasen retired in June 2015. The school’s marketing faculty, led by Area Coordinator and...

Chris Rider
Do Prestigious Law Degrees Really Matter? Prestigious Schools Act as Career Insurance When Things Go Wrong

After graduation, many students think about going to law school. They consider the school's ranking, tuition, and location, among other things. Chris Rider, assistant professor of strategy at...

Marlene Morris Towns
Why Millennials Are Afflicted With 'Early-Onset Nostalgia'
“In terms of trends, what goes around, comes around,” said Marlene Morris Towns, professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “This generation is far more in touch with previous...
michael czinkota
How to Gain Access to 40% of the World's Economy Overnight?
“This is neither a Democratic nor Republican issue, it is a trade issue and the [politicking] is undermining the entire structure of trade negotiations,” Michael Czinkota, an associate professor of...
shari hubert
In the Spotlight: Shari Hubert
Each month we'll be featuring a different school professional for you to get to know. "In the Spotlight" lets you go beyond what users of GMAC tools and services do in their day jobs...
reena aggarwal
Fitbit Is Now Worth $4.1 Billion After IPO
"[The lawsuit is] already public information, so investor demand should already be reflecting the uncertainty associated with the Jawbone's claim," says Reena Aggarwal, professor of...
robert bies
Pope Francis Wants to Change the Way You Think About Climate Change
In an op-ed, Professor of Management Robert Bies discusses how the encyclical, Laudato Si, reveals the character of Pope Francis.
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Is Your Boss Mean?
In an op-ed, Associate Professor of Management Christine Porath discusses the negative impact of incivility in the workplace and the importance of politeness, respect, and sensitivity using her...
Europe’s Innovation Deficit Isn’t Disappearing Any Time Soon
An op-ed by Larry Downes, project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy: “In Brussels last month for the annual European Business Summit, I heard a lot of familiar...
With CEOs, Two Heads Aren’t Better Than One
“It’s really not in the human psyche of most folks,” says David Heenan, a visiting professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and a co-author of “Co-Leaders: The Power of Great...
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It’s Not a Railroad, It’s a Promotion
An op-ed by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business: “The U.S. Congress is having a vigorous–and healthy– debate on whether to grant President Obama more authority to conclude...
2015 MBA to Watch: Bret Peterson
Bret Peterson, MBA ’15, is one of 30 recent MBA graduates listed on Poets & Quants’ “MBAs to Watch in the Class of 2015” list.

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