Some NFTs have fetched jaw-dropping prices recently. Does that mean they're a good investment? Not unless you have expertise or great luck, Andrew Ward cautions.
Research shows that supervisors who expressed care and compassion to employees at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic elicited gratitude beneficial to the employee and organization.
Shareholders clamor for diverse boards. So why aren’t they voting accordingly when the ballots are tallied in director elections?
Nicholas S. Gentile Jr. ’53 says he has always been proud of where he’s from. After attending Lehigh Business, Gentile followed in the footsteps of his immigrant father and became a home builder.
Study after study shows that having women on corporate boards brings a myriad of benefits to firms. So why does progress remain so slow?
Research suggests that employees are willing to go above and beyond expectations at work during a significant crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. And their managers can play a critical role in that.
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.
This is Charlie Stevens' research published in the Strategic Management Journal. The paper is called: "Avoid, acquiesce … or engage? New insights from sub-Saharan Africa on multinational enterprises' strategies for managing corruption" by Charles E. Stevens, Lehigh University and Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, University of Victoria.
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?
Lehigh Business professor Andrew Ward talks about societal shifts, and how your organization can actually plan for things like COVID-19 and a world pandemic.