10 Questions to Find a Career You’ll Love
In the era of the Great Resignation, a lot of people are taking time to reflect on how happy they are in their career. After years of feeling bored, uninspired or underappreciated at work, they’re opting for change.
Can’t Do Inbox Zero? Try This Instead
Imagine beginning your workday with an email inbox that was nearly empty, and ending it in a Zen-like perfect state of emptiness. It’s the idea, of course, behind Inbox Zero, the meticulous email management system aimed at keeping the inbox message-free.
How To Avoid Tedious Meetings
With the return to in-office work comes the return to in-person meetings, and a reminder of how tedious many of those can be.
Presenting your idea in a way that it creates a lasting positive impression is incredibly difficult, but some people seem to be able to do this effortlessly. How do they do it? Experienced entrepreneur and professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, Dr. Oliver Schlacke, will share important tips and tricks that will help you make your ideas stick with your audience, and how to sell your ideas, products, or services, in an effective way using similar principles.
Maryland Smith No. 12 in US News & World Report’s 2022 Online MBA Ranking
Maryland Smith has solidified its status among top-tier online MBA programs with a No. 12 ranking in the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online MBA Programs for 2022.
Tributes, Memories for Professor Mark Wellman
Mark Wellman, a widely admired management and organization professor at Maryland Smith, died unexpectedly on Dec. 26, 2021. He was 59.
What Happens When You Feel Important at Work – and Then You Don’t.
Even the most powerful manager sometimes cleans up dishes in the breakroom, and even the least powerful employees in organizations sometimes get to make important decisions. These examples indicate that power is a dynamic state – we often feel both powerful and powerless at work on any given day. New research from Maryland Smith’s Trevor Foulk suggests that this fluctuating sense of power can have surprising effects on our well-being.
When Helping Hurts the Helpers and How to Avoid It.
Helping a co-worker seems like it would always be, well, helpful, right? That’s not always how it may be received, finds new research from Maryland Smith’s Jennifer Carson Marr. She says it depends on who is offering to help and what kind of help they are offering.
Maryland Smith’s Anil Gupta, Haiyan Wang Named Again to Thinkers50 List
Noted again as “global strategists, experts on entrepreneurship and the transformational rise of emerging markets, foremost China and India,” Maryland Smith’s Anil K. Gupta and Haiyan Wang, MBA ’95, were recently named in the 2021 Thinkers50 global ranking of management thinkers.