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In this episode of the Business Review, Information Systems professor Stacie Petter explains how skills honed through playing online games can translate into the corporate world.


Architect and workplace strategy expert Leigh Stringer gives businesses advice on how to create a healthy work environment that fosters creativity and productivity in this episode of the Business Review.


It's all about relationships, says restauranteur Abraham Nardali. In this episode of the Business Review, he explains how genuinely caring about customers leads to greater success.


Is it better to focus on eating healthy foods or to avoid them altogether? The answer may surprise you.


How corporate social responsibility can be a win-win for consumers and shareholders.


Three key steps for start-up success.


Assistant Professor of Management, Matthew Quade, studied industries where employees have to deal with unethical customers and the effect that it has on them. Quade tells us more about his findings in this episode of the Business Review

Leadership expect Dan Rockwell says culture building helps to attract and reain the kind of people who are going to fulfill a company's mission in this episode of the Business Review


In this episode of the Business Review, Associate Professor of Accounting Jason McGregor took a closer look at what effect, if any, that filing times had on the quality of audits. 

In this episode of the Business Review, Assistant Professor of Marketing Meredith David talks about cell phone snubbing and whether or not it actually impacts relationship satisfaction. 

In this episode of the Business Review, happiness expert Amy Blankson explains why having something in common with others makes solid friendships, even if you've never met. 

Benjamin Franklin started a knowledge revolution in business. 

 


There are a number of challenges for women in IT today. Barriers stem from the fact that so few women are in the higher levels of organizations to begin with. In addition, the way work-family balance is viewed is still gender biased.  

 


When time spent texting or on Facebook gets in the way of activities or relationships, it's a sure sign consumption has gotten out of control.

New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Ken Blanchard, says great leaders inspire others to do what they do best. In this edition of the Business Review, Dr. Blanchard details how a change in thought patterns can help you become a highly effective leader and run a great team. 

 


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