Wisconsin School of Business faculty members achieve global recognition for their groundbreaking research. Read about their findings, which provide answers to important questions and deliver key business insights.

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WSB’s Mark Eppli and Alumna Jill Hatton Discuss COVID-19 and the Future of Real Estate

July 2, 2020

What might we expect from the commercial and residential markets as a result of COVID-19? WSB's Mark Eppli and WSB alumna Jill Hatton share their insights during this special virtual series for UW-Madison alumni, "The UW Now Livestream."

International Women's Day 2020: Highlighting WSB Women in Research

March 5, 2020

International Women's Day is March 8, 2020. In keeping with celebrating women’s achievements globally, the Wisconsin School of Business shines a spotlight on research by female faculty members.

New Installation Celebrates WSB's Gaumnitz Research Award Winners

October 18, 2019

WSB's Gaumnitz Research Award winners from 2009 to the present are on permanent display in a new installation in Grainger Hall.

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Research That Works in the Workplace: 5 Tips to Boost Your Job Performance

May 8, 2019

WSB faculty research how we think and act on the job, making them an ideal source for tips on how to succeed in the workplace. The next time you’re at work, try putting their research to work for you.

3 Ways to Help Leaders Develop

March 16, 2018

Are leaders born or made? Any employee could display a natural sense of confidence, charisma, or a desire to lead; however, research shows that the best leaders possess some combination of self-concept, emotional intelligence, and …

Preparing for Life After the Family Business

February 12, 2018

For a business owner, preparing for retirement is typically focused on financial and business succession planning, while the personal side is often overlooked or deemed less important. Chris Snider, the CEO/President of the Exit Planning …

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