A recent study from Edward Nowlin, marketing professor at Kansas State University looks at what influences employees’ job engagement, and how managers can best increase job engagement in their employees. Continue reading “Are your employees fully engaged?”
Category: Spring 2017 K-State Business Insights
Who perceives the ethical environment of their firm/company as stronger – CPAs employed at public accounting firms or those employed in industry? Continue reading “Ethical environments of CPAs – public accounting versus industry”
Forming a committee or task force is a common response to business problems, but is that always the best course of action? Continue reading “Are committees more perceptive than individuals?”
Assistant professor of entrepreneurship Saurav Pathak takes a look at the way cultural orientations can endorse different leadership styles. Continue reading “I am self-protective, self-centered and status conscious: Can I be an effective leader?”
Research by Hardy Johnson, assistant professor of finance at Kansas State University, has examined the rising proportions of small trades (defined to be trades under 100 shares, or odd lot trades), their impact on markets, and their use in various trading strategies.