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Using Twitter at Business School
Dr. Betsy Page Sigman is a distinguished teaching professor at the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University. She says, “Business schools need to be concerned about how they are perceived...
Chris Voss Comments on Navy Yard Shooting
Chris Voss Comments on Navy Yard Shooting
Adjunct Professor Chris Voss, who is a former FBI hostage negotiator, commented on the Navy Yard shooting.
Australia Does It: Should Americans Be Required to Vote?
Australia Does It: Should Americans be Required to Vote?
Jason Brennan was a guest on the program: Would requiring citizens to vote help get people more engaged in the election process? What are some of the problems with this? Without mandatory voting,...
Out of the Mouths of Babes
An op-ed by John Hasnas: Those engaged in political disputation will often assert that what they contend "is so obvious that even a child can see it." This statement is usually made for...
Damage Control After an Office Showdown
Damage Control After an Office Showdown
Merely observing rudeness in the workplace hurts bystanders' performance on both routine and creative tasks, according to research led by Christine Porath, an associate professor of management...
America’s Billionaire
The victory for common sense last week was not in Congress, but at Georgetown University. Speaking to an excited crowd of students and others Thursday night beneath soaring stained-glass windows, the...
Top Business School Deans Paving Way for Success in the DC-Area
Three local deans made the cut from Georgetown University, University of Maryland, and University of Virginia, each given a full page spread on the Financial Times' website. Here are a couple of...
Trusting Your Gut: Smart Management of a Fool's Errand?
Trusting Your Gut: Smart Management or a Fool’s Errand?
Building intuition into the management of people or a business can be tricky, said Rebecca Heino, professor of management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. It’s not exactly...
Smithfield Shareholders Approve Record Chinese Takeover
Smithfield Shareholders Approve Record Chinese Takeover
Charles Skuba, professor of the practice in international business and marketing at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, noted that U.S. corporate hopes of increased investment...
Why the Economist Should Stop Ranking B-Schools
Why The Economist Should Stop Ranking B-Schools
As if it couldn’t get any worse, one business school literally came out of nowhere, climbing at least 71 places to finish at a rank of 30th. The European School of Management and Technology in...
“Which MBA?” Ranking, The Economist
Georgetown McDonough’s MBA Program is #44.
The Top MBA Programs in the Untied States
Georgetown McDonough’s MBA Program is #33.
CEO Quits to Spend Time With Family
CEO Quits to Spend Time with Family-Really. AmerisourceBergen’s Dave Yost Tells why it was Right Choice
Jason Schloetzer, an expert on CEO succession at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, says Mr. Yost's experience sounds more orderly and thoughtful than most. While succession gets...
Shutdown Crisis: We Need a Hostage Negotiator
Shutdown Crisis: We Need a Hostage Negotiator
It’s time to call in a hostage negotiator. I met Voss at CNN after he was summoned in an inspired bit of booking for Christine Roman’s Your Money. After taping a segment, we sat down to talk in...
We Spend Billions a Year Maintaining Phone Lines
We Spend Billions a Year Maintaining Phone Lines (almost) Nobody Depends on. Should we get rid of them?
A back-of-the-envelope estimate by a Georgetown University researcher suggests that telecom companies may be spending as much as $13.5 billion a year maintaining their old phone networks. From that...
With Apples ‘Me-Too’ Product, Brand Equity Takes a Hit
An article by Ronald Goodstein: When a company has positioned itself on the foundation of innovation, the idea of not innovating in a new product – and instead offering a price-play product – can...

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