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Award-winning logistics companies report better revenue growth

How can receiving an award for environmental sustainability efforts or customer service accomplishments impact a business? Cuneyt Eroglu's co-authored study published in the Journal of Supply Chain Management found that logistics providers who win awards report better revenue growth and improved cost efficiency.


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At the intersection of work and family how do we define our identities

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Jamie Ladge has spent her career studying how working professionals view their identities in the office and at home—and how these identities often intersect. Her recently published research examines the dynamics of how different groups of working professionals view and manage their identities.

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Ladge selected as 2018 Kanter Award finalist

Jamie Ladge's co-authored research has been selected as a finalist for the 2018 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research by the Center for Families at Purdue University. The nominees were selected via a very rigorous process. A committee of over 60 leading scholars, examined over 2500 articles published in 83 leading English-language journals from around the world.


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Leadership development in the collaborative era

Joseph Raelin examines the increasing importance of a shift from individual leader development to group leadership development, where building leadership is a collective and immersive team process, for Chief Learning Officer.

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Why older kindergartners should run your mutual fund (someday)

John Bai, LinLin Ma, and their co-authors’ were recently featured in The Wall Street Journal for their highly praised research that identifies a link between mutual fund manager performance and kindergarten entry age, citing relative-age effect and confidence as factors for success.

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