Wearing a button or pin signaling physician’s own pronouns proved to be well-received by trans and non-cisgender patients INDIANAPOLIS — A new study from the Kelley School of Business shows physicians or providers who wear a pin signaling their own pronouns and don’t verbally provide or request them are more well-received by trans or…… Read more »
One might think that a small, remote village community in the middle of East Africa has little to teach us about the modern business world or contemporary organizational change. I would argue otherwise. While there are many unique and special differences between the experiences of a developing nation and our own here in the United…… Read more »
A researcher in the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI is part of a multidisciplinary, multi-institution team that was recognized by President Joe Biden and the White House Administration during an address at the Cybersecurity Summit.
A researcher in the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI is part of a multidisciplinary, multi-institution team that received a $70 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to advance the use of secure and energy-efficient technology in manufacturing.
New research from the Kelley School of Business shows firms that are best-in-class in their industry in terms of corporate social responsibility receive higher valuations in financial markets.
As Indiana’s largest industry sector enjoys continued growth in revenues and profits, its employers are investing heavily in automation and manufacturing efficiency, welcoming an industry movement that, nationally, has been dubbed “Industry 4.0.”
Internationally recognized physician researcher Brian Primack, MD, PhD, will break down media influences on youth and adult health outcomes on October 12 at IUPUI.
With support from a three-year grant, Kelley School Assistant Professor of Operations Management Amrou Awaysheh is leveraging big data to help manufacturers across the globe save energy and money.