Corinne Post, chair of the department of management at Lehigh Business and her coauthors, had their paper, The Influence of Female Directors on Product Recall Decisions, published this past spring. Here is a look at what she has been talking about since that publication.
Lehigh College of Business executive education is training employees to be leaders in a crisis.
While deliberation may lead to better decisions, it is a liability when it comes to gaining influence, research suggests. What does that mean for leaders?
Watch this insightful and candid interview with Cathy Engelbert, the very first Commissioner of the WNBA and a Lehigh alumna class of ‘86.
"E to E," a new initiative that will prepare engineers to be executives, is just one example of how Lehigh Business continues to break boundaries between business and technology.
Does having an independent company board really help protect against misconduct and corruption?
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.
Elon Musk is clearly a visionary genius. So why is he wasting his talent by focusing on manufacturing efficiency at Tesla?
Research shows that emotional ambivalence can help managers make more accurate decisions and deliver better outcomes for all.
Our second episode features visionary CEO and Lehigh University alum, Sanjay Shah.