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Columbia Business School: An EMBA Smorgasbord
Media Mentions | June 18, 2015 | Poets & Quants
The School’s Executive MBA Program is profiled by Poets and Quants, who also sat down with Assistant Dean Kelley Martin Blanco ’02.
Qualified Black Women Are Being Held Back from Management
Media Mentions | June 11, 2015 | Harvard Business Review
Professor Katherine Phillips discusses how stereotypes about black women overlap with leadership qualities, but they are often overlooked for management positions.
Columbia Business School Admissions Director Provides Insight into 2015-16 Essays
Media Mentions | May 27, 2015 | Clear Admit
Amanda Carlson, assistant dean of admissions, discusses the subtle changes to the essay component and offers guidance to applicants preparing to embark upon the application process.
CEO Pay: SEC Rules Would Require Companies to Compare Executive Pay with Performance
Media Mentions | April 29, 2015 | International Business Times
Professor Fabrizio Ferri says philosophically everyone agrees pay for performance is desirable, where it gets complicated is how to define pay.
“We Checked off the Box”: How Token “Diversity Hires” Can Actually Work against Gender Equality
Media Mentions | April 24, 2015 | Salon
Research by Professor David Ross found a woman’s chances of being hired to an executive position decreases more than fifty percent if the company already has a woman on the top management team.
Finding Shakespeare’s Mark - ‘Token’ Female Leader No Solution
Media Mentions | April 19, 2015 | The Boston Globe
Professor David Ross’s research showing the presence of one woman on the executive team of a publicly traded corporation makes it less likely for the executive team to have a second woman is cited.
Like Starbucks, More Companies Expanding Benefits
Media Mentions | April 10, 2015 | Los Angeles Times
Professor Rita McGrath says employers, especially those in the service sector, are starting to see the advantage of investing in their workers by offering new benefits that help employees be more effective on the job.
One is Enough: Why There Aren’t More Women Executives
Media Mentions | April 07, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal
Research by Professor David Ross finds that a woman’s chances of securing one of a company’s five highest paid executive jobs drops 51% if there’s already a woman on the management team.
Fabrizio Ferri Wins Best Paper Award From John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance
School News | April 03, 2015
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