Pepperdine Graziadio Faculty Featured in Multiple Harvard Business Review Articles
Harvard Business Review (HBR), one of the world’s most renowned global business publications, has accepted and featured four commentaries based on research and thought leadership by Pepperdine Graziadio faculty in the past year. Articles appearing in HBR must reach the publication's high standards and are considered among the most credible among business audiences.
In the past 12 months, HBR has posted four original authored articles from Pepperdine Graziadio faculty: Dr. Dana Sumpter, associate professor of organization theory and management on “3 Ways Companies Can Retain Working Moms Right Now”; Dr. Darren J. Good, associate professor of applied behavioral science on “Where Mindfulness Falls Short”; Dr. Bobbi Thomason, assistant professor of applied behavioral science and Michael Cusumano executive doctor of business administration (DBA) candidate on “How Working Dads Can Keep Pulling Their Weight at Home When WFH Ends”; and Dr. Zhike Lei, associate professor of applied behavioral science on “Are You Trying to Retain the Right Employees?”
The press release is available here.