Organizational Behavior

Professor Michelle Barton on What Wildland Firefighters Can Teach Us about Crisis Management

Boston University School of Management Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior Michelle Barton’s recent research takes a unique approach to exploring crisis management.  Along with co-author Kathleen M. Sutcliffe, Barton analyzed teams of wildland fire fighters, gleaning clues about the leadership... More

New Book Spotlight: Barry Dym’s Managing Leadership Transition for Nonprofits

Boston University School of Management’s Barry Dym sees a watershed moment approaching for nonprofits across the U.S., one that could have repercussions for the nation’s broader economy. Dym is Founder and Executive Director of the School’s Institute for Nonprofit Management &... More

OB Faculty Win RULE Grant for Innovation in Undergrad Curriculum

The Organizational Behavior faculty for the School of Management undergraduate OB221 class, “Dynamics of Leading Organizations,” have been recognized for curricular innovation based on recent enhancements to the course.  They have received a prestigious Boston University RULE grant supporting “innovative... More

Fall Lineup Announced for Cross-Functional Speaker Series

Fall Lineup Announced for Cross-Functional Speaker Series

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Professor Kathy Kram on Obama, Anger, and Leadership

Professor Kathy Kram on Obama, Anger, and Leadership

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