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UI professor: Let the federal government do our taxes for us

Tuesday, January 30, 2024
Ryan Wilson on Radio Iowa about the possibility of introducing ReadyReturn filing in the US.
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The productivity boost missing from your to-do list

Monday, January 29, 2024
Amy Colbert in The Wall Street Journal about how creating a "done" list can motivate you.
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Forget brainstorming. Try brainwriting.

Friday, January 26, 2024
Eean Crawford in Axios on how the brainwriting process makes sure that all ideas are brought to the table and all voices are brought into the conversation.
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Need workplace changes? UI study says to ask manager, don’t tell them

Thursday, January 25, 2024
Daniel Newton on Radio Iowa about a technique for employees to get their ideas through.
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Questions are the key to meaningful results

Wednesday, January 24, 2024
Daniel Newton in the Daily Herald about how tapping into a style popularized by the game show Jeopardy, employees can come across as less assertive, which is especially effective when reporting to a dominant leader.
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Teamwork! Teamwork!

Sunday, January 14, 2024
Ken Brown in the Gazette about the efficacy of motivational posters.
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Embracing big ideas

Monday, January 8, 2024
Daniel Newton in the Society of HR Management about employee reluctance to offer ideas.
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Misplaced confidence

Wednesday, November 15, 2023
Tippie researcher Paul Hribar finds company earnings guidance is wrong about 70% of the time.
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5 types of stories leaders need to tell

Friday, September 22, 2023
Nick Westergaard in Harvard Business Review on why storytelling is an important leadership skill, and how executives who want to succeed should master five types of narrative: vision, values, action, teaching, and trust stories.
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The journey is the destination

Tuesday, July 25, 2023
Those consumer loyalty cards filling our wallets that give you a free sandwich or cup of coffee tend to lead to disappointment. A new study shows that for many, filling the card is more fulfilling than the reward.
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Incompetent bosses

Monday, May 8, 2023
A new study from the Tippie College of Business finds that workers respond differently to incompetent bosses, depending on whether they are younger or older than themselves.
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When rural hospitals stop delivering babies, fewer mothers receive adequate pre-natal care

Friday, April 28, 2023
A new Tippie College of Business study of hospitals in Iowa finds that when a rural county loses its last labor and delivery unit, fewer expectant mothers who live there get adequate pre-natal care, even though that care is still available.
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Detecting delirium

Thursday, April 20, 2023
Researchers at the Tippie College of Business have developed a new algorithm that could help health care professionals more easily identify elderly patients in the ER who are at risk of delirium.
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Should you go along to get along?

Monday, April 3, 2023
When should you disagree with a co-worker and when should you keep quiet? Many studies suggest workers should just let it go when they have an office disagreement, but a new study from a workplace conflict expert at the Tippie College of Business looks at circumstances when a worker is more apt to find success by speaking up and expressing disagreement.
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Wartime economics

Tuesday, February 28, 2023
The Tippie College of Business is helping a Ukrainian economist continue his research during the country's war with Russia.

You're (re)-hired!

Wednesday, February 15, 2023
What can employees who left their jobs as part of the Great Resignation expect if they return to their old jobs? Chad Van Iddekinge studies these so-called boomerang employees and says employees and employers can largely expect more of the same.
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Helping nurses cope when patients bring them down

Friday, February 10, 2023
Nurses work for the good of society, and a new study from the University of Iowa finds they are more likely to feel better about their jobs when hospitals remind them of that, according to a new study from the Tippie College of Business.
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Why shareholder lawsuits are bad news for competitors

Friday, February 3, 2023
When a company is sued by shareholders, other companies in the same industry often see a drop in their own stock price and start to behave more transparently, presumably to avoid similar lawsuits.

Faculty recognized for research impact

Tuesday, January 31, 2023
A number of Tippie faculty were recognized in a recent study published by Stanford University as among the top 100,000 most impactful scientific researchers in their fields.
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Nahrgang appointed SIOP fellow

Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Jennifer Nahrgang, professor of management and entrepreneurship, has been elected a fellow in the Society of Industrial Organization and Psychology (SIOP).
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Burer honored for long-term impact of paper

Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Sam Burer, professor of business analytics, received the inaugural Activity Group on Optimization Test of Time Award from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
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5 thoughts on business leadership, corporate social responsibility

Tuesday, July 26, 2022
While visiting the University of Iowa for the Des Moines Business Record's Fearless initiative, Editor Emily Barske sat down with Tippie Associate Professor Beth Livingston. Here are a few takeaways for business leaders related to management strategy from that interview.
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Do nice guys always finish last in the workplace? A University of Iowa study has an answer

Thursday, July 21, 2022
A University of Iowa researcher set out to discover whether the old adage is true, that "nice guys finish last." Her finding, after years of research? Niceness can actually help put someone ahead in the workplace.
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Want a part-time job? Here's why Corporate America won't hire you

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Working part-time would give workers more flexibility, but many employers are reluctant to offer it. Jennifer Nahrgang, professor of management and entrepreneurship, says too many organizations see part-timers as not fully committed. “It’s not necessarily fair and it’s not right, but there’s a stigma,” she says.
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Report shows Iowans are suffering badly from low wages

Wednesday, May 11, 2022
A Common Good report found that multiple types of working Iowa households are struggling to make ends meet. The most basic budget is not attainable for some in the state because of low wages and high living expenses.