Month: July 2014

Want a job as a marketing professor?

Listen up. Doctoral students and post-docs hoping to score an assistant professor job in marketing will soon be headed to the AMA’s Summer Educator Conference. There they will participate in a round of short interviews in which they present their research. Dan Goldstein of Decision Science News has some advice for aspiring marketing professors. Read […]

Behavioral Decision Research in Management – in London

The Behavioral Decision Research in Management conference (BDRM) begins tomorrow – in London. And I will be there getting my nerd on. BDRM is the leading conference for behavioral research conducted in business schools. BDRM is held biennially and brings together the best of behavioral research within, but not limited to, the areas of consumer […]

Welcome me to LinkedIn’s publishing platform

Quick post today. I was invited to join LinkedIn’s new publishing platform. You might be sick of hearing about it by now, but I used the opportunity to (re)post my op-ed about humor in organizations Hope you like it (again). An excerpt: Humor isn’t part of most mission statements. Organizations are busy with the serious […]

Sabbatical report: Part 2

About this time last year my sabbatical was coming to an end. I wrote a sabbatical report in which I reflected on seven successes and failures during my time away from my “normal” professor gig. Spoiler alert: most were successes (thankfully). The last item asked what might be in store for me after the publication […]