A publication of innovation, engagement and impact across the Poole College of Management
Study by Poole College professors Roger Mayer and Richard Warr finds causative link between diversity and workforce innovation.
Annette L. Ranft, dean and Stephen P. Zelnak Jr. Chair, celebrates recent Poole College faculty scholarship, engagement and impact.
World-class faculty, programs and students define the Poole College of Management. Discover the stats and strengths of Poole.
From The Wall Street Journal to Fast Company to Twitter, Poole College faculty are contributing expertise to topics impacting business and society.
Poole College faculty and staff shine, in the classroom and among their academic peers. Discover our community's latest honors and awards.
Following a national search, Poole College named Frank Buckless, KPMG Professor and Department Head of Accounting its first associate dean for faculty and academic affairs.
Professor Stacy Wood doesn’t have a crystal ball, but her research on the psychology of innovation and related trends helps companies around the world understand human behavior.
Professors Jeffrey Pollack and Bradley Kirkman research factors contributing to organizational innovation and success –– from two unique perspectives.
The research that Professors Bob Hammond, Thayer Morrill and Umut Dur conducted provided to North Carolina's largest public school system new algorithms to help alleviate the ability to manipulate the school assignment process.
Professor Christina Lewellen examines the effects of the much-maligned practice of firms incorporating in tax-haven countries while operating elsewhere. The results may surprise you.
Professor Rob Handfield mobilizes his teaching expertise and academic research to address real-world business problems and bring together teams to build a better supply chain.
Professor Tom Byrnes is passionate about bringing his real-world knowledge and insights to Poole College marketing students, in and out of the classroom.
The Jenkins Distinguished Professorship has helped propel Professor Jon Carr’s research, which focuses on entrepreneurship, family businesses and organizational behavior.