Present Value Podcast Team
The Present Value podcast team of contributing authors highlights new episodes. Current contributors in the MBA Class of 2021 include Alex Vorwald, Paul Witko, and Maria Castex.
Present Value: Beyond the buzz, a conversation about diversity, inclusion, and belonging
Associate Dean Michelle M. Duguid discussed her research on diversity in the workplace and her strategy for creating real and lasting change.
Present Value: Kaitlin Woolley on achieving goals and connecting around food
Marketing Professor Kaitlin Woolley discusses her research on goal pursuit, information avoidance, and how food facilitates social connection.
Present Value: Gautam Ahuja on innovation prerequisites and life as a professor and scholar
Professor Gautam Ahuja, speaks about the prerequisites a firm needs to promote innovation and about life as a professor and scholar.
Present Value: Perspectives on COVID-19
Faculty members Andrew Karolyi, Lynn Wooten, Li Chen, Vishal Gaur, and Kaitlin Woolley discuss business impacts of COVID-19.
Present Value: Ryan Guggenmos and Kristina Rennekamp discuss the human side of accounting
Professors Guggenmos and Rennekamp discuss behavioral accounting research and analyze the impact of diverse investment communications.
Present Value: Reggie Fils-Aimé ’83 reflects on leadership and corporate innovation
Reggie Fils-Aimé ’83, leader in residence at Dyson, shares lessons he’s learned at Nintendo and other companies during his 35-year career.
Present Value: Eswar Prasad and Andrew Karolyi discuss emerging markets and cryptocurrency
Present Value interviews Eswar Prasad and Andrew Karolyi, Cornell economics professors with expertise in emerging markets and finance.
Present Value: Sarah Kreps talks about war finance and democratic accountability
Sarah Kreps, professor of government and adjunct professor of law, discusses changes in how wars are financed and in public accountability.
Present Value: Lynn Perry Wooten on navigating the leadership stage
Lynn Perry Wooten, David J. Nolan dean of the Dyson School and professor of management and organizations, explores the qualities needed for good crisis leadership.