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How Not to Issue an Ebola Quarantine
Media Mentions | October 30, 2014 | Fortune
Professor Joel Brockner examines the toxic mix of “multiplying insult times injury” as displayed in the handling of the Ebola quarantine of Kaci Hickox.
One Extra Day in the Hospital Cuts Readmission Rates and Reduces Patient Deaths
Press Release | October 28, 2014
Columbia Business School research shows a 22 percent drop in pneumonia deaths and a 7 percent decline in readmissions for heart failure patients
So Much Growth, yet so Few Profits
Media Mentions | October 13, 2014 | Crain's New York Business
Vincent Ponzo, director of the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, discusses the competition for venture capital and how, instead of focusing on operations and making money, many companies are forced to concert huge efforts towards raising money.
How Fear of Ebola Could Impact the US Economy
Media Mentions | October 03, 2014 | ABCNews.com
Professor Amit Khandelwal says it too early to know if companies are changing their business decisions due to the Ebola fear.
Alibaba Investment Focus Will Be Logistics
Media Mentions | September 18, 2014 | Reuters Insider
Professor Kinshuk Jerath says, post-IPO, Alibaba will focus on using its enormous resources to invest in logistics and infrastructure as it globalizes its businesses.
The Revival of Executive Education
Media Mentions | May 11, 2014 | Financial Times
Michael Malefakis, associate dean for Executive Education, says that lower–cost online courses are changing the structure of the executive education market by making their services more accessible to the individual consumer.
Report Claims Nurse Overtime More Cost Effective than Temps
Media Mentions | April 16, 2014 | Staffing Industry
Research by Prof. Ann Bartel shows that an experienced nursing staff contributes to a higher standard of patient care and lower costs to the hospital.
Nurse Experience Linked to Shorter Hospital Patient Stays
Media Mentions | April 14, 2014 | Modern Healthcare
Prof. Ann Bartel’s research shows that a more experienced nursing staff leads to shorter hospital stays for the patients under their care.
Experienced Nurses Shorten Length of Stay, Improve Patient Outcomes
Media Mentions | April 14, 2014 | Fierce Healthcare
Prof. Ann Bartel’s research finds that hospital units with a more experienced nursing staff provide better patient care and are more cost effective.
Columbia Business School’s Deming Center Awards the Deming Cup to Chairman and CEO’s of SC Johnson and Tenaris S.A.
Press Release | October 30, 2013
Annual award recognizes Paolo Rocca and H. Fisk Johnson for their achievements in operational excellence
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