Catherine Tinsley, Raffini Family professor of management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and director, Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute, has been recognized for her research and thought leadership on gender and diversity by Harvard Business Review (HBR).

Her article “What Most People Get Wrong About Men and Women” has been selected for inclusion in the book, HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Diversity. It is co-authored by Robin J. Ely, Diane Doerge Wilson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School.

HBR’s 10 Must Reads Series present definitive collections of ideas and best practices around particular topics and ideas. Other titles in the series include HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself, HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Strategy, and HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Leadership.

 

  • Jim Reid George Yeonas Steers Center
    Steers Center For Global Real Estate Expands Leadership Team With Two Key Hires

    The Steers Center for Global Real Estate at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has appointed Jim Reid, past president of Americas Strategic Initiatives at CBRE, as executive in residence and Robert and Lauren Steers Chair in Global Real Estate and George Yeonas (B’77), former real estate advisor to builders, developers, and financial institutions, as managing director.

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    Tinsley’s Research Recognized In HBR’s 10 Must Reads On Diversity

    Catherine Tinsley, Raffini Family professor of management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and director, Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute, has been recognized for her research and thought leadership on gender and diversity by Harvard Business Review (HBR).

  • Brooks Holtom in Antarctica
    Holtom’s Antarctica Trip Marks Research on All Seven Continents

    With a recent consulting trip to Antarctica, Brooks Holtom, professor of management and senior associate dean for strategy, finance, and organization, has now conducted research on all seven continents — and this time, he got to see penguins, sea lions, calving glaciers, and enjoy the 28-degree Antarctic summer during his 10-day expedition to the continent last December.

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    #Trending: Quarterly Earnings — Generating Value For Stakeholders

    Quarterly earnings serve as a report card to investors. Georgetown McDonough experts discuss how the earnings reporting landscape has changed, as well as examine evolving metrics that denote success beyond the bottom line.

  • #Trending: Planning Travel
    #Trending: Planning Travel

    Are you too optimistic when planning your spring or summer travel? Georgetown McDonough professors discuss why paying amenity fees up front, or choosing not to redeem airline miles, may pay off in the long term.

  • Trending: Super Bowl and Oscars Ads
    #Trending: Super Bowl and Oscars Ads

    How have Super Bowl and Oscars advertisements affected post-Sunday night engagement on social media and in sales? Georgetown McDonough professors examine how brands are combining traditional and social advertising to reach the modern customer.

  • Illustration of Georgetown McDonough associate professor Vishal Agrawal
    5 Ways to Become a More Sustainable Consumer

    How you can better evaluate the sustainability of the products you buy and the companies you support.

  • Two men yelling at each other in an open office, with scared coworkers hiding nearby
    Civil Actions

    Rudeness at work can have a devastating effect on performance, Georgetown McDonough researchers have found. Thankfully, civility can do the opposite.

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    Miller Receives NSF Grant for Beer, Tuna Industry Research

    Nathan Miller, associate professor of strategy and economics, received a grant from the National Science Foundation to support his research on collusion in the beer and tuna industries. The $57,000 grant will support a graduate student in economics to help analyze the ways in which companies cooperate to distort pricing.

  • Jose Luis Guerrero Cusumano
    Guerrero Cusumano Receives Distinguished Educator Award

    Jose Luis Guerrero Cusumano, associate professor of operations and information management, received the Industrial Engineering and Operations Management 2018 Distinguished Educator Award for his research, education, and dedication to the field.