Eller Faculty Insights

 

Timely perspectives on critical business issues facing today’s working professionals.

Eller faculty have unique, leading-edge insight into business, and here they share information that can be immediately applied to your career and professional development.

Through webinars, white papers, blogs and more, these insights are also value-added if you are interested in learning more about Eller graduate business programs.

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The Case for High Impact Leadership

Joe Carella, Assistant Dean, Executive Education

In this webinar, Joe Carella, assistant dean of Eller Executive Education, provides practical tools executives can immediately deploy to improve specific capabilities and amplify business results.

Consumer Reviews are Key to Measure Quality

Anastasiya Pocheptsova Ghosh, Assistant Professor of Marketing

New research by Assistant Professor of Marketing Anastasiya Pocheptsova Ghosh shows that the quantity of product reviews is often more important than higher product ratings.

Contrary to what you’d expect, higher product ratings don’t always translate into better sales. Instead, the quantity of product reviews—regardless of whether those reviews are positive or negative—is often much more important in the consumer’s decision process.

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How to Stay Ethical in an Unethical Climate

Paul Melendez, Professor of Practice in Management and Organizations

In this webinar, Paul Melendez, professor of practice in management and organizations, reviews the latest thinking on practicing ethical behavior and provides tips on how to ensure that, even on your worst days, you are not acting unethically.

Women and Leadership: Assertion and Perception

Elizabeth McClean, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations

In this webinar, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations Elizabeth McClean leads you through her research on what happens when women speak up in the workplace and offers some behaviors that both women and men can adopt to support women at work.

Why a Cybersecurity Degree is Key to a Flourishing Career

Hsinchun Chen, UA Regents' Professor of Management Information Systems, Thomas R. Brown Chair in Management and Technology, Director, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Director, AZSecure Cybersecurity Fellowship Program

In this white paper, UA Regents' Professor Hsinchun Chen explores how to protect systems, networks and devices from cybersecurity threats; ways to develop skills to institute the best possible security measures; and preparing for your place in the Fourth Industrial Revolution with Eller's online Master's in Cybersecurity.