Cornell SC Johnson BusinessFeed: News, Articles & Voices
The main publishing hub for the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and its three schools–the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, and the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration.
Research With Impact
Viewers Favor Spontaneity in Entertainment and Sports – Except When They Don’tMarch 16, 2023
Unplanned action lends authenticity to the performer, but only when their competence is high and the stakes are low.
One-Click Checkout Increases Spending and EngagementFebruary 28, 2023
Research by Johnson’s Young-Hoon Park and Murat Unal, PhD ’22, shows that customers increased spending after signing up for “one-click” checkout.
Help Wanted: Advancing Women in LeadershipDecember 16, 2022
To support more equitable workplaces, Michelle Duguid investigates hiring practices intended to increase diversity.
Trust in online content moderation depends on moderatorNovember 2, 2022
Both the type of online content moderator and the “temperature” of the harassing content influenced people’s perception of the moderation decision, new research finds.
Parking ticket reminders work, but not for allNovember 1, 2022
Parking-ticket recipients who would benefit most from gentle “nudges” to pay their fines respond least to them, research by Ori Heffetz finds.
Evidence-Based Crop Management for Organic Dry Bean FarmingOctober 28, 2022
Dyson Professor Miguel Gomez is a contributing researcher to this study focused on the sustainability and profitability of the organic dry bean industry.
Better Business Stories & Topics
Dyson students tackle societal issues at competitionMarch 16, 2023
Students take on United Nations sustainable development goals at Dyson’s inaugural Grand Challenges Pitch Competition.
Entrepreneur Steven Izen ’13 Creates Products that Help People Find BalanceMarch 14, 2023
Dyson Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Steven Izen shared his startup journey and advice he learned with students during Dyson’s Better Business Week.
Graduate Students in Real Estate Grow HBCU Case Competition and Launch a SummitMarch 13, 2023
The Philip Payton Society for Minority Real Estate Professionals’ HBCU Real Estate Case Competition is the largest student-led competition of its kind.
Breaking the Status Quo on SustainabilityMarch 9, 2023
Panelists discussed how companies are addressing climate change in a Business of Sustainability webinar that launched the spring Lifelong Learning Experience.
Kielyn Jarvis Creates Mentorship Program for Dyson StudentsFebruary 28, 2023
As a Park Leadership Fellow, Kielyn Jarvis, MBA ’23, developed a mentorship program that will match MBA students with Dyson Diversity Scholars.
Kafilatu Tiamiyu Helps Build Community of African Students at JohnsonFebruary 27, 2023
Kafilatu Tiamiyu, MBA ’23, helped increase African international students at Johnson and organized a trek to Tanzania focused on the business of safaris.
Melanie Abreu ’23 Discovers a New World through DysonFebruary 21, 2023
Melanie Abreu honed leadership and communications skills in and outside the classroom and mentored students through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Dyson Professor Ralph Christy Recognized for Achievements in Teaching and OutreachFebruary 21, 2023
Professor Christy was honored with the George Washington Carver Public Service Hall of Fame Award by the Professional Agricultural Workers Conference.
News & Announcements
The Financial Times Ranks Cornell University’s Johnson School Among World’s Top 10 MBA ProgramsFebruary 13, 2023
The Johnson School, part of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, is now ranked the 8th MBA program worldwide among 100 of the top business schools in the Financial Times’ 2023 Global MBA Ranking.
SC Johnson College Launches Sustainable Tourism CourseDecember 19, 2022
The new course is designed for business leaders, urban planners, sustainable development professionals and municipal government employees.
This Holiday Is Self-gifting on Your Radar?December 7, 2022
New research about self-gifting and the connection to self-care.
Johnson announces its 10 Under 10 notable alumni for 2022October 14, 2022
Johnson’s 10 Under 10 honorees, a diverse group of leaders, are making notable contributions in their workplaces, their communities, and to Johnson.
Centers & Institutes
Where Are They Now? Kristen McClellan ’12 (ILR)February 28, 2023
Kristen McClellan, Cornell alum and founder and CEO of SNAP Wellness and creator of SnappyScreen.
New Sustainable Tourism Program Charts Course for Travel’s FutureFebruary 10, 2023
The course seeks to educate and build cooperation to protect environmental, social, and cultural heritage and facilitate inclusive community processes.
Case Study: Hotel Il San Pietro di PositanoFebruary 8, 2023
A case study coauthored by Professor Chekitan Dev centers on how the independent Italian hotel can leverage brand strengths to remain competitive.
First Career Trek to JP Morgan and Blackstone NYC Offices for Diversity and Inclusion in Real Estate (DAIRE)December 21, 2022
DAIRE members make first career trek to JP Morgan and Blackstone in NYC with the support of CREF
Where Are They Now? Robert Frisch, MBA ’13December 9, 2022
Nolan alum and glamping pioneer Robert Frisch, MBA ’13 is co-founder and CEO of Firelight Camps.
Analyzing Data to Meet Customers’ ExpectationsDecember 7, 2022
Industry leaders discussed applying analytics to the hospitality industry in a roundtable discussion hosted by the Center for Hospitality Research.
From Students to Eye-Witnesses: Undergrads Reflect on NYC Employment ArbitrationDecember 6, 2022
Students recently had the unique opportunity to experience an arbitration first-hand in New York City.
Center for Hospitality Research Celebrates 30 YearsDecember 2, 2022
Take a look back at what the Center for Hospitality Research has achieved over the last year in the center’s Annual Report FY 2021-2022.
Park Perspectives: Living InclusivityMarch 8, 2023
Derek Ju, MBA ’24, reflects on inclusivity at Johnson.
Park Perspectives: Start asking “why”January 11, 2023
Colin Anderson, MBA ’23, encourages students to find their purpose.
Park Perspectives: Working hard and being kind in the most competitive of arenasDecember 20, 2022
Darren Horne, MBA ’23, advises on leaning in to support systems during recruiting.
Park Perspectives: Sowing seeds for courageJuly 28, 2022
Valerie Hanke, MBA ’23, reflects on learning how to develop courage as a daily habit.”