Weatherhead School’s David Cooperrider named a top thought leader

Weatherhead School’s David Cooperrider named a top thought leader

David Cooperrider, the Fairmount Santrol Professor in Appreciative Inquiry and professor of organizational behavior, was recently named to Trust Across America-Trust Around the World’s list of 2016 Top Thought Leaders. The awards program is in

Find out how growing power of artificial intelligence, robotics will impact the workforce at Feb. 11 lecture

David Autor lecture flyer

What implications does the growing power of artificial intelligence and robotics have for the American workforce of the future? David H. Autor, professor and associate head of the MIT Department of Economics, will address that

After D.C., economics’ Susan Helper brings national experiences to CWRU

Susan Helper

Served key roles with White House Council of Economic Advisers and Department of Commerce As they interact with Susan Helper in the classroom and on research, students at Case Western Reserve University are getting a

Hear from LGBT-identified business professionals on workplace experiences

Work it Out flyer

  Interested in human resources or organizational behavior? Did you know that in Ohio, you can be fired for being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender? The LGBT Center and Office of Student Experience will hold Work

CWRU partners with Women in Manufacturing to produce leadership lab

Peter B. Lewis Building CWRU Weatherhead School of Management

Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management and Women in Manufacturing (WiM) announced the creation of a Leadership Lab for Women in Manufacturing, which will provide executive education and training to WiM members

PhD candidate, ITS staff member presents on effective leadership in IT organizations

Jess Shoop, a current PhD candidate in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems and senor project director in Information Technology Services, presented her research on the skills, behaviors and traits that characterize an effective senior leader

Competitive auctions drive women to bid—and value winning—more than men

Roman Sheremeta

In the heat of competition, women value winning more than men. Women also bid more in auctions than men—but only when competing against other women. Against men, women bid about the same as men competing

International students: Get winter clothes at local thrift shops on Jan. 16 excursion

Center for International Affairs Thrift Shop excursion

The Weatherhead School of Management and the Center for International Affairs will host an excursion to Ohio City for students who need winter clothes and want to experience American thrift stores. The trip—featuring stops at

5 questions with… music education nonprofit founder, senior Suneil Kamath

Suneil Kamath

When Suneil Kamath picked up violin as a child, he immediately felt a passion and appreciation for music—one that he’s carried with him ever since. But when he traveled to India in high school to

Visit Shanghai with MGMT 315 course this spring; put down deposit by Jan. 15

MGMT 315 course flyer

Join the Weatherhead School of Management this spring in a visit to exchange partner, Tongji University, in Shanghai. The expanding global economy and increased importance employers place on international experiences make programs such as