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Pandemic Accelerated Remote Work, a Trend Likely to Remain
Researchers identified other potential effects of remote work, such as reduced physical cues possibly leading to better working relationships.
O'Leary-Kelly Named Chair of Walton Arts Center Council
Anne O'Leary-Kelly, senior associate dean and professor of management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, has been named chair of the Walton Arts Center Council.
Red Cross RSO President Receives Premier Honor
American Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern presented the organization's Red Cross Young Adult Leader Award to Wesley Smith, president of the U of A Red Cross RSO, via video.
New Normal: Surveying Student Responses to COVID-19
The Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation is seeking feedback from students about how they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and navigating their new normal for a research study.
Delery Named Editor-in-Chief of Human Resource Management Review
John E. Delery, head of the Department of Management in Walton College, is the new editor-in-chief of the quarterly journal Human Resource Management Review.
Authentic Behavior at Work Leads to Greater Productivity, Study Shows
Chris Rosen, a Walton College researcher, co-authored a study identifying different types of emotion regulation at work.
Walton College and TheatreSquared Host Change Management Lecture
Martin Miller, executive director of TheatreSquared, will share his change management experiences with instructor Chris Case on Nov. 21. The public is invited to attend.
Pressure to Help Might Be Causing Harm to Organizations, Study Shows
For some employees, however, an intrinsic motivation to help others buffered the negative effects of pressure to help at work.
German/Walton College Student Interning in Germany for Fall
Esther Heckmann, an Honors College student majoring in management and German, landed a semester-long internship with the German company Krones.
Companies Benefit From Giving Congressional Testimony, Study Finds
Researchers studied aspects of testimony, including witness status, length of testimony and regulatory jurisdiction of the committee.