Associate Professor Haya Ajjan shared how organizations are using artificial intelligence to make their brand experience more personalized and predictive.
Associate Professor Haya Ajjan discussed the Elon MBA and M.S. in Management organizational analytics concentration during the 2016 Pre-ICIS SIGDSA/IFIP WG8.3 Symposium: Innovations in Data Analytics.
The students reviewed data patterns and trends presented in the N.C. Global Engagement Snapshot at a recent N.C. Coalition for Global Competitiveness meeting.
The one-day seminar covered new developments in accounting, auditing and tax, as well as ethics, the economy and leadership branding.
The article explores the phenomenon of surface acting as a mediator between personality and work-related outcomes.
The Elon chapter of the honorary and professional business fraternity recognized 26 new members for their scholastic excellence in management.
Research co-authored by Professor Matthew Valle investigates the relationship between individual perceptions of negative organizational environments on moral disengagement and subsequent outcomes.
The article reviews conceptions of research legitimacy and impact as manifestations of the strategic intent of business schools.
Robert Moorman, Frank S. Holt Jr. Professor of Business Leadership, examines how contemporary treatments of trust enhance people’s understanding of how trust and Organizational Citizenship Behavior performance interrelate.
Brian Lyons, Robert Moorman, Elena Kennedy, Rosey Bao and Sean McMahon shared their scholarship during the association’s annual meeting.
Research co-authored by Alisha Horky, assistant professor of marketing, examines both annoying marketing and creepy marketing from a consumer’s perspective.
The assistant professor of marketing and her co-author examine the Facebook “Like" from a product and service perspective.
The associate professor’s session focused on the value of collecting data for the purpose of recognizing patterns in the retail and point-of-service business.
The assistant professors of marketing present a framework and model to evaluate the impact of promotions on company revenue and profit.
The award is presented to the most outstanding Elon MBA student in the Class of 2016.
DonnaLee DeMaio, president and CEO of United Guaranty, delivered the keynote address to the 41 students in the Love School of Business who received master’s degrees in business administration and management on May 20.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of marketing examines the situational influences on customers’ self-service technology decisions.
The North Carolina Association of CPAs recognized accounting professors Linda Poulson and Paula Weller for their presentation, “Improving Student Writing Skills in Accounting.”
Top business students were inducted into Elon’s international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International.
The study examined the effects of promotion focus and prevention focus on work engagement.
Participants learned from industry experts how to turn business analytics into profitable insights.
An annual awards program held April 21 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The associate professor’s work on off-duty deviance was recently cited in an article on predicting arrest rates of NFL draft picks.
The professor of management served as a panelist in a discussion on fostering change-making leaders on campuses.
The associate professor of marketing shared his insights on the effects of color preferences among consumers in modern society.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of management information systems examines social media use by women entrepreneurs in Egypt and was published in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.
Matthew Valle, the Martha and Spencer Love Professor of Business and Professor of Management, has presented research at three international business/management conferences.
The professor of management and co-authors found that the political skill dimension of perceived insincerity influences managerial ratings of performance and promotability.
The professors of management describe a classroom exercise to explore and teach the fundamentals of adaptive project management.
The professor of management received honors during the society’s spring conference.
Elon Law and MBA students met with top business and law leaders in China through a collaborative international business course.
The international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business reserves the designation for college campuses "where academic excellence is valued."
Elon’s chapter of the management fraternal organization welcomed 27 members earlier this month.
The new ranking places Elon #17 among the nation’s 74 best part-time MBA programs.
The Princeton Review gives top marks to the MBA program of Elon's Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
Horton will provide administrative assistance for the graduate programs.
As the new associate director of career services for the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, Buffington will guide students in their career exploration process.
The senior lecturer in accounting was honored for her original narrative on Colonel Arthur Forbis.
The professor of management will help guide the multidisciplinary association over the next three years.
The senior lecturer in operations and supply chain management was quoted in the High Point, N.C. newspaper about variations in local gas prices.
From Pocahontas to Eeyore, life lessons derived from some of The Walt Disney Company’s most popular characters highlighted a Friday Commencement address by Duke Regional Hospital President Kathleen Galbraith to the newest graduates of Elon’s MBA program.
Business managers and professionals in the local community attended the March conference to learn about the latest analytics trends and applications available to support companies.
The professors’ research explores the effects that corruption and diversity have on innovation across countries.
The senior lecturer in business law presented her case study on human resource management dilemmas in a professional office setting.
Elon Law and MBA students met with top business and law leaders in Singapore and Vietnam through a collaborative international business course.
Two Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors recently published an article on executing a model for a study abroad course that targets a single global industry in a single country by developing a close relationship with a host university.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors presented on designing an MBA/JD study abroad course to Cuba and the Cayman Islands.
The Martha and Spencer Love Professor of Business presented his latest scholarship on organizational politics at the annual conference.
The professor of management discussed innovation solutions for management during his presentation at the annual conference.