Faculty/Staff Current Students

Alumna helps military build Afghan-US relations

Naheed Vadsaria, DMSB’02, served as a civilian social scientist with French and American coalition forces during the war in Afghanistan. During her time there, Vadsaria built relationships with Afghan women, reducing burdens on U.S. forces.

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In the media

Rising Stars in Family Business Research

Ruth Aquilera's article, "Global corporate governance: On the relevance of firms’ ownership structure," is featured by the International Family Enterprise Research Academy as one of the top 10 most-cited family business papers published in 2016.


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In the Media

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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Instagram takeover: The beauty of business

Nicholas Lara, DMSB'15, is taking over our Instagram account this week, reflecting on his time at D'Amore-McKim, his contributions to the university, and his current role as Chief​ ​Logistics​ ​Officer​ ​of​ ​Beauty​ ​Bakerie​ ​Cosmetics​ ​Brand. Read more about Lara here and be sure to follow @damoremckim Instagram beginning Monday, March 5!

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AI knows what customers want, transforms supply chains

Nada Sanders, D’Amore-McKim School of Business distinguished professor of supply chain management, comments on Zara’s retail success delivering off-the-runway looks to customers using innovative supply chain technology and artificial intelligence.

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Crowdsourcing innovation

Chris Riedl, an interdisciplinary assistant professor with D’Amore-McKim School of Business and Khoury College of Computer and Information Sciences, explains his recent crowdsourced innovation research for News@Northeastern.

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