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COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL PARTNERS WITH INDUSTRY TO CREATE NEW IMMERSION EXPERIENCE FOR STUDENTS
Press Release | September 23, 2015
Immersion Seminar opportunity allows students to discuss real-world challenges and strategy with top practitioners across a range of industries.
How Sarcasm Is Linked to Creativity
Media Mentions | August 26, 2015 | ABC-TV
On Good Morning America, Professor Adam Galinsky discusses his research on the link between sarcasm and creativity.
Trump's Flawed Policies Would Threaten the Global Economy, Say Analysts
Media Mentions | August 26, 2015 | The Guardian
U.S. Presidential candidate, Donald Trump is saying things to foment American anger at Washington and China and if elected could do some things that would be troublesome for our economy, like a trade war with China, comments Professor Charles Calomiris.
The Workplace Culture That Flying Nannies Won’t Fix
Media Mentions | August 25, 2015 | The New York Times
Professor Adam Galinsky’s research on how power impacts the ability to understand another person’s perspective is cited.
Turns out Sarcastic People Really Are Better at Everything
Media Mentions | August 25, 2015 | Esquire
Research by Professor Adam Galinsky finds that sarcasm in the workplace can fuel creativity.
People Love Your Sarcasm, Really
Media Mentions | August 24, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal
Research by Professor Adam Galinsky reveals that people who express and understand sarcasm are more creative and better able to solve problems but to avoid conflict, sarcasm is best used between people who trust each other.
Introducing the MBA Class of 2017
Media Mentions | August 23, 2015 | Poets & Quants
The dynamic class of 2017 includes many students with strong entrepreneurial interests and from exceptionally eclectic backgrounds, says Amanda Carlson, assistant dean, Admissions.
That Time Your Boss Caught You Watching Cat Videos and Said, ‘Don’t Work Too Hard’
Media Mentions | August 10, 2015 | Fortune
Professor Adam Galinsky co-authors byline stating sarcasm at the workplace can inspire fun and creativity, but when used without balance, it can sting.
B-Schools Accelerate Women's Leadership Drive with White House Pact
Media Mentions | August 06, 2015 | Business Because
Creating an even playing field will require work in every stage of a prospective businesswoman’s career, and business schools are uniquely situated to effect change, says Dean Glenn Hubbard.
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