Is There A Skill Shortage in the US?

[We're pleased to welcome Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Peter recently published an article in ILR Review entitled "Skill Gaps, Skill Shortages, and Skill Mismatches: Evidence and Arguments for the United States" ] Concerns over the supply of skills in the labor force, especially education-related skills, continue in the United … Continue reading Is There A Skill Shortage in the US?

How Important is Self-Managing Leadership for Crisis Management?

Crises are common in the modern world and the value system of leaders plays a crucial role in effectively managing a crisis. The article “Role of Self-managing Leadership in Crisis Management: An Empirical Study on the Effectiveness of Rajayoga” explores the role of self-managing leadership in crisis management. The topic is particularly pertinent because many … Continue reading How Important is Self-Managing Leadership for Crisis Management?

Video: Taxonomy of Serious Games for Business

When Marco Greco decided he wanted to create a collaborative creative of business games, he realized he had one major problem: the taxonomy of serious games for business was unclear. Dr. Greco collaborated with Nicola Baldissin and Fabio Nonino to create a taxonomy that would work for scholars of the business gaming community in their … Continue reading Video: Taxonomy of Serious Games for Business

To Succeed, Should You Specialize?

In today's market, does job specialization help or hinder one's career? A new article published by John-Paul Ferguson and Sharique Hasan of Stanford University in Administrative Science Quarterly, "Specialization and Career Dynamics: Evidence from the Indian Administrative Service," provides a unique perspective on this debate: There are advantages to focusing on one thing. Whether it … Continue reading To Succeed, Should You Specialize?