Business training for seminarians: Andover Newton at YDS partners with SOM

August 26, 2022

Andover Newton Seminary at Yale Divinity School is the first in the country to require all M.Div. graduates to take classes in business administration.

How does inflation change consumer behavior?

August 24, 2022

In a brief Q&A, Yale School of Management’s Ravi Dhar discusses how the perception of rising prices affects buying behavior, and how companies can respond.

How Grammy wins and losses shape artists’ creative trajectories

August 16, 2022

A Yale SOM co-led study finds that while winners tend to branch out in new directions afterward, nominees who don’t win become more creatively cautious.

Leading after Roe

August 9, 2022

Amanda Skinner ’08 M.B.A., CEO and president of Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, discusses the consequences of the Supreme Court’s ruling.

Do homebuyers’ expectations align with reality?

August 9, 2022

Predictions of long-term home price growth were wildly optimistic in the early 2000s but have become more cautious since the Great Recession, a new study finds.

To be happier at work, think flexibly about your job — and yourself

August 1, 2022

Well-being can be enhanced by pairing a shift in your job mindset with changes in how you think about your own strengths and weaknesses, new research finds.

Is Elon Musk right about the bot problem on Twitter?

August 1, 2022

In a Q&A, Yale School of Management’s Tauhid Zaman, who has studied the impact of bots, weighs in on how much they skew the experience of Twitter users.

PODCAST: The social entrepreneur’s guide to making change

July 26, 2022

Yale SOM’s Teresa Chahine joins the show to discuss how social entrepreneurs can help create self-sustaining solutions to public health and other problems.

How superintendents can restore public trust in schools

July 25, 2022

Amid the pandemic and school board politicization, trust in education has taken a hit. Caitlin Sullivan ’13 M.B.A. is helping superintendents to rebuild it.

Startup founders are at a disadvantage when applying for jobs

July 19, 2022

Companies say they want employees who are entrepreneurial and innovative, but firms are actually less likely to reply to applications from startup founders.