In the fashion world, ugly has somehow become a signal of taste, of the good life, of luxury and prestige. New research helps explain why.
Most employees today find themselves on multiple teams at work. Research is now looking at how these changes influence team outcomes such as productivity, job satisfaction, and performance.
Business analytics is changing the landscape of business today, and it is now a critical component of the core curriculum for Lehigh's College of Business and Economics undergraduate students.
A look at the changes in the new tax law that took effect this year, what they mean to us, and what steps we may want to consider before we usher in the New Year.
Virtual work success is predicated on planning and intention, and this is especially true when it comes to virtual meetings. Here are some tips to make your conference call meetings a virtual success.
Focusing on how digital transformation can create value across the platform, instead of just within an organization, is a win-win for both customers and companies.
Leading industry and academic experts will gather at Lehigh University in November to share their insights not only on the disruptive innovations affecting the supply chain today, but also on how to succeed in dealing with them.
A new California law requiring women on corporate boards should create a sense of urgency for boards across America to take action on their own.
Thinking about working from home? Here are the main pros and cons to consider before you broach the idea with your boss.
Elon Musk is clearly a visionary genius. So why is he wasting his talent by focusing on manufacturing efficiency at Tesla?
It’s not just workers who feel anxious and stressed by employers’ expectations that they respond to work emails after hours. Their spouses and significant others do, too.
As people live healthier and longer, the demographic shift toward an aging population poses significant challenges to businesses and workers that need to be addressed sooner than later.
Watch this insightful and candid interview with Wendell Weeks ’81, the CEO of Corning Incorporated. Having spent over 28 years at Corning, Mr. Weeks is known for his distinct focus on innovation and client-centric product design.
Occupational licenses are now required by various states for more than 1,000 jobs covering three out of every 10 American workers. Is that really necessary?
Rising inflation—provided the increase is modest—might actually be good news for workers who have seen little growth in their paychecks in recent years.
What do business schools have in common with potato farms? A lot more than you probably think.
The new wave of transformational innovation may well come from creating new mediums, platforms, and techniques to boost self-awareness in young people ubiquitously connected to social media.
One of the key benefits often cited by supporters of microfinance is that it empowers women. But some critics question the conventional wisdom. A look at some of the issues involved.
Research shows that companies that think a killer mobile app is the sole key to success in online shopping are likely to come up short when their customers check out.
There is a flaw in our nation’s current decentralized, state-by-state regulatory approach to air pollution: The wind doesn’t recognize state borders.
You may not know what drop shipping is. But if you shop online, you've probably done it without even knowing.
The failure of Congress to address our burgeoning national debt problem as part of tax reform could have dire consequences for our nation.
Tax reform legislation that will add at least another $1.5 trillion to the national debt over the next decade raises the question: Should we be adding any amount to our nation’s debt at this point?
Paid search advertising on Yelp can boost interest in small businesses that might otherwise get overlooked by consumers, research shows.