News tagged as Management

Trulaske faculty secure Business and International Education grant, plan to launch Global Business Certificate

Jackie Rasmussen

Business and International Education (BIE) Program Grant Funding Secured

The Trulaske College of...

College honors excellence at annual Celebration of Success event

Casey Baker

On Monday, April 12, the Trulaske College of Business recognized excellence among faculty, staff and...

Workplace humor: It’s about more than having fun

Christopher Robert

I feel badly for people who study important topics that are nonetheless beyond the ability of most...

Opportunities for advancement: Gender bias in the workplace

Joel Andrus

Gender-based assumptions and stereotypes influence a wide array of social behavior. These...

Changing the tide: reducing gender bias at work

By Joel Andrus and Dave Sullivan

Gender bias in the workplace continues to negatively impact...

SEC leadership program to provide fresh perspectives, connections for Trulaske management department chair

By Stephen Schmidt

Like the supply chains he researches, land-grant universities are complex...

Three’s Company: Trio of Extension faculty members join Trulaske community this fall

By Stephen Schmidt

Three of the newest faculty members of the Trulaske College of Business...

(Don't) Leave me alone!

Some people prefer working in a quiet environment. For them, interruptions can be annoying...

The Reinvention of Study Abroad

Take a look at how the Trulaske study abroad program pivoted during the pandemic as well as upcoming...

Building a truly symbiotic relationship

MU research suggests an organization's attitude toward diversity is a key contributor to helping...