How Much Science Should a Manager Know? - Seidman Business Review

April 19, 2023

Human behavior can at times be a mystery to us all. Given the tremendous increase in knowledge about human behavior, even human nature, over the past thirty years, should we be educating managers to be more conversant with the scientific literature?

Dr. Alejandro Quiroga: Our Executive-in-Residence through 2023

September 11, 2022

The KBEI is pleased to announce that Dr. Alejandro Quiroga, the President of Corewell Health West, is our Executive-in-Residence through 2023.

Compassion as a 'Defiant Social Action': A Response to The Beauty in Breaking

March 25, 2022

Samantha Johnson's review of The Beauty in Breaking by Michele Harper sheds light on "the tightrope [Dr. Harper] walks between self-preservation and healing not only her patients, but the world."

The Sustainable Business Case for Solar on Brownfields

March 24, 2022

Dr. Kinch, the Executive Director of Michigan Energy Options and KBEI Executive in Residence, authors this article that explores the necessity for brownfields.

A Business Ethics Center Rethinks Its Role

March 22, 2022

This paper explores some of the reasons why we, as a business ethics center housed at a state university, are transitioning from being a largely neutral platform on business ethics topics to becoming an advocate for specific perspectives.

How a Yale professor's viral list pressured companies to pull out of Russia

March 11, 2022

The sheer volume of companies clamoring to join the list of corporations withdrawing business from Russia after President Vladimir Putin�s invasion of Ukraine came as a shock to Yale management professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.

Our Emersonian First Amendment: An Essay by Nathan Goetting

January 13, 2022

Nathan Goetting, Professor of Criminal Justice & Jurisprudence at Adrian College, presents a robust defense of the First Amendment as the rock upon which academic freedom is built, and his concerns for its future.

CVS Health, Walmart and Walgreens helped perpetuate the opioid crisis, a jury found, the first time retailers were held accountable.

November 23, 2021

Jan Hoffman, whose writing is centered around behavioral health and health law, discusses three of the nation's largest pharmacy chains' contribution to the opioid crisis in Ohio after a federal jury verdict.

New Inaugural Executive-in-Residence Program with Dr. John Kinch

September 30, 2021

The KBEI is pleased to announce that Dr. John Kinch, the Executive Director of Michigan Energy Options, has agreed to serve as our first designated executive under our new Executive-in-Residence program.

Keith Schneider's Visit to GVSU

May 4, 2021

Keith Schneider of the New York Times visited campus in Fall 2021 to discuss how Michigan will adapt to becoming an "environmental refugee" state.

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