Mellie Pullman, Business Administration faculty, presented two papers, “Implementation of Collaborative Pricing in Agri-Food Supply Chains” and “Social Entrepreneurship in Supply Chain Management,” at the International European Operations Management Association Sustainability Forum, Milan, Italy, Feb. 26-27.
In the old days of MBAs, students would come to class, sit through lectures and then leave.
But these days, there's much more collaboration that goes on. It's a much more team-oriented approach. Students work together on projects, and after their classes are done, they stick around and continue collaborating — assuming they have a place to do that.
Lihong Qian, Business Administration faculty, co-authored an article titled “From Technology Race to Technology Marathon: A Behavioral Explanation of Technology Advancement” published in European Management Journal.
Jacen Greene, Business Administration faculty, was a panelist in three sessions at the Ashoka University Exchange in Miami, March 2-4: "Empowering Underrepresented Social Entrepreneurs," "Starting a B Impact Team: Collegiate Impact Assessment Consulting Teams" And "Measuring the Impact of Social Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship in Higher Education."
Overqualified employees often pose a flight risk, but there are ways to keep them in place, according to Berrin Erdogan, professor of management at Portland State University, who has run several studies on overqualified employees.
For a second straight year, the Portland State University chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) earned a top award in the Best Practices competition sponsored by Deloitte during the 2017 Northwest Regional Meeting held in Seattle.