A multipart model for ethical decision-making can prepare business leaders and other professionals to navigate a range of organizational challenges and personal choices.
Anyone who takes on a leadership position in an organization has a tough line to walk. So should managers choose compassionate leadership or “no more Mr. Nice Guy”?
More than 45 students in Michigan State University's 100%-online MS in Management, Strategy and Leadership program walked during the spring commencement ceremony.
Organizations are looking to change agents to execute new processes and help employees adjust to new ways of doing things in a business climate influenced by technology, globalization and shifting customer demands.
Tom Izzo is Michigan State's commander-in-chief. Known for remarkable consistency, Izzo is set to lead the Spartans to their 19th consecutive NCAA Tournament since taking over as head basketball coach in 1995. Izzo is known for his ability to coach teams beyond the expectations set for them and h...
The Michigan business owner and Bronze Star recipient says he's already applying leadership and management principles he learned at Michigan State's Eli Broad College of Business.
Getting everything you want is only one way to evaluate whether a negotiation was successful. Michigan State University's Dr. Donald Conlon explains some of the many other ways to evaluate success during a negotiation.
The business world is becoming more global every day. Thanks to advanced technology, nearly any business can grow into an international enterprise. That means more of us will be dealing with business people from other countries and cultures.
Language, cultural differences and misunderstandings are potential pitfalls when managers lead business teams from different cultures. In an intercultural workplace, supervisors need to acquire the ability to function smoothly with workers from different backgrounds.
Teamwork can be essential to any company's success and it is no accident leading organizations strive to make it part of the business fabric. With the right ingredients, you can instill a culture of teamwork that can spread through the entire organization.