18 Maryland Smith Professors Named Among Top 2% Worldwide
A study of the world’s top researchers identifies 18 from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business in the top 2% of the most-cited scholars and scientists worldwide.
American Psychological Association Honors Hui Liao
Hui Liao, the endowed Smith Dean’s Professor in Leadership and Management at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, has been selected as a fellow by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. “This prestigious honor is in recognition of outstanding accomplishments in the profession of industrial and organizational psychology and is awarded to only a few select recipients,” the fellowship committee wrote in its notification letter.
Fearless Idea 15: Break the Spiral of Abuse
SMITH BRAIN TRUST — An abusive boss can make work miserable for anyone, prompting defiant employees to retaliate or flee. New research co-authored by Hui Liao at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business shows a third option.
The Freedom to Gripe About Your Job
SMITH BRAIN TRUST — Want to talk about who is overpaid or underpaid at your office, or gripe about long hours or working conditions? Want to even take those complaints to social media? You can, according to the National Labor Relations Board.
Creating a Culture of Self-Starters
SMITH BRAIN TRUST — Companies in which employees feel empowered to solve problems on their own, rather than simply follow rules, outperform peers where that doesn't happen — and employees at such companies feel a sense of self-mastery, which im
Shaming Your Highly Paid CEO
SMITH BRAIN TRUST — Can American companies be embarrassed out of paying their CEOs hundreds of times what the average worker makes? The SEC wants to find out.
Managers: Beware of Gender Faultlines
SMITH BRAIN TRUST -- Do you have gender "faultlines" in your organization? New research from the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business suggests that such fissures appear when gender differences solidify into cliques.