This year in April we launched our EMBA Cohort 12, and Wine EMBA Cohort 9 (Wine 9).
2020 seemed to last forever, and despite the pandemic, wildfires and resulting power outages, the brutal social injustice occurrences, and a contentious presidential election, there are many silver
Are you generally optimistic, hopeful, and resilient? Or are you pessimistic, fatalistic, and defensive? As it turns out, your answer has big implications. Having a positive psychological orientation improves work performance, job satisfaction, and overall happiness.
Greetings from Bordeaux, France, where I am in the final days of a business trip for Sonoma State University. Prior to leaving, when I told my colleagues about my busy itinerary, they were completely unsympathetic.
Five reasons why some of you may undervalue your alumni network, and makes the case for reconsidering this situation.
There are compelling reasons for promoting women into organizational leadership roles. A well-known study concluded that gender (and racial) diversity on corporate boards has positive impacts on both ROI and ROA (Erhardt, et al, 2003). Why aren't more women applying for MBA programs and what can we do about it?
Devastating fires traumatized our community. The web of support in our North Bay region for responding to and recovering from a disaster strengthened, building confidence that our region will emerge from this disaster with greater resilience. What lessons can those of us with MBAs take from this experience?
A surprising career path that many of our graduates have embarked upon is the path of entrepreneurship. The most important theory of entrepreneurship that you never heard of (but is known by every scholarly researcher of the field) is called "effectuation".
In 2000, I shut down a lucrative business (sales and marketing of computerized industrial equipment), built over 15 years, that provided a great lifestyle. I rarely needed to work 40 hours per week, and had complete control of my schedule. I gave that up for a role in higher education in which I was working twice (or more) as many hours for one-third the compensation. I still work more and earn less than I did in the late 90s. What gives?