Smith in the News!

The Smith School’s world-class faculty are routinely quoted in leading business and other media, while Smith’s innovative programs and research projects also receive attention. Here are some recent highlights:

Harvard Business Review – April 21 – Smith Dean’s Professor in Leadership and Management Hui Liao coauthors “When one person’s high performance creates resentment in your team.” Read

Washington Post – April 21- Rebecca Bellinger, managing director of the Office of Global Initiatives and Center for International Business Education and Research, writes Career Coach piece on “Tips for doing business abroad.” Read

ValueWalk – April 20 – Clinical professor Oliver Schlake describes how drones, postal customers and gas pump ads can shape the future of convenience stores. Read

Washington Post – April 19 – Dingman Center managing director Elana Fine gives strategy for coffee startup Javazen to market a compostable brew bag. Read … Previous Fine-Business Rx column topics: ‘Expanding an online startup targeting exercise/fitness consumers’ (April 12) and ‘Online subscriber-building for a juicery’ (March 29)

Bloomberg – April 17 – Entrepreneurship lecturer Jonathan Aberman comments on the D.C. region’s economic future: “Even as the tech industry in the region has been “really, really, really, really good at delivering innovation in the services model, the sector hasn’t yet adjusted as it should to a more product-oriented approach…What you have is a very clear picture of an innovation community that is configured completely wrong to deal with the coming tsunami of government spending changes on technology.” Read

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