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How empowerment initiatives can help — and harm — employees 
MSU research shows effective empowerment initiatives depend on the management style of the person implementing them.
Broad College welcomes new faculty members for 2020-21 year 
Join us in welcoming 10 full-time faculty members new to five of our departments.
Meet Rachel Harman: Representing Broad on MSU’s 2020 Homecoming Court 
Rachel Harman (B.A. HRM ’21) has created change on campus and exemplifies what it means to be a Broad Spartan.
MSU research exposes discrimination against Black women with natural hair 
Research from Broad’s management department reveals how today’s professional standards perpetuate racial bias.
MSU research will be first to explore ‘leadership as event management’ 
Broad management professor receives U.S. Army Research Institute grant that could alter our understanding of leadership.
Meet the Broad College’s first MSU Foundation Professor 
Russell Johnson, professor of management, becomes the first Broad faculty member to receive this high scholarly honor.
Quinetta Roberson joins MSU as next Hannah Distinguished Professor 
This month, she begins a joint appointment in the Broad management and College of Social Science psychology departments.
Stepping up the grocery game in West Michigan 
Dennis Eidson (B.A. Business Administration '76) recounts the positive steps SpartanNash has taken amid COVID-19.
MSU’s Pi Sigma Epsilon chapter takes the spotlight at National Convention 
Coed business fraternity Eta Beta was honored with multiple awards and recognized at a national level for its growth.
Broad international student responds to COVID-19 with Spartan strength 
Rumaisa Sababa Rahman (B.A. Management ’20) reflects on her time at MSU as she prepares to return to Bangladesh.
Five is the magic number of people for making Zoom calls effective 
Management Professor John Hollenbeck explains why people aren't wired to have a 15-person virtual meeting.
Putting safety first, alumnus prioritizes needs of Home Depot employees and customers 
CEO Craig Menear (B.A. Personnel Administration '79) has taken a multipronged approach in response to COVID-19.
Alumnus donates $2 million in food products to to help feed America 
Greg Longstreet (B.A. General Business '92), CEO of Del Monte Foods, has remained focused on helping families in need.
Broad alumni among West Michigan’s top 50 influential women 
Four Broad College graduates were recognized this year by the Grand Rapids Business Journal.
Department of Management secures No. 1 rank for research productivity 
In the 2019 TAMUGA rankings, MSU tied University of Georgia for the highest number of publications in top-tier journals.
What makes a good team? Management professor dives into his expertise 
John Hollenbeck, professor of management, answers our questions on team dynamics and work motivation.
Management professors named as associate editors for leading journals 
D. Lance Ferris and Russell Johnson are both now associate editors for prominent academic journals.
Who customers blame depends on how businesses frame 
MSU research shows how subtle framing can impact customer views of businesses when something goes wrong.
Broad management students put course material to work locally 
Undergraduate students practice the art of negotiation while working with nonprofit and student-run organizations.
Faculty Spotlight: Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders 
Spend a few minutes getting to know Don Conlon, department chairperson and professor of management.
Faculty Spotlight: From Business Professional to Business Professor 
Spend a few minutes getting to know Glenn Hodges, Spartan alumnus and assistant professor of management.
Celebrating our faculty’s academic achievements 
The Broad College's annual Faculty Recognition Dinner and Investiture Ceremony took place on August 22, 2019.
Broad Spartan alum has kept his family business on a fast-growing track for past decade 
Mike Uckele's business makes Inc. Magazine’s list of America's 5,000 fastest-growing private companies for 10th year
Don't grin and bear it: Fake smiles at work could lead to unethical behavior, study finds  
Faking a smile at work could mean more than becoming someone that at the moment you’re not.
Keep to yourself! Don’t offer co-workers help unless asked, Broad College research finds  
If you thought that proactively offering help to your co-workers was a good thing, think again.