Kathryn Brohman feature
Professor Kathryn Brohman has spent years studying why some companies have no trouble reaching their goals while others struggle without success. Her findings have valuable lessons for business leaders.
Audience in movie theatre feature
Can movie theatres still matter in the age of Netflix? Yes, with help from big data and some tasty deals on snacks, finds new research by Professor Ricard Gil.
A great big Homecoming! feature
Nearly 400 alumni came back to Smith for Homecoming 2019. Read our story and see more photos from the big event.
Traditional dancers in front of Osaka Castle in Japan profile
Over more than two years, Russ Rowlands, MBA’10, travelled the globe, one sailboat at a time. Here, he writes about his adventures, why you can do it too (if you want), and what he learned having the best office view ever.
Neil Pasricha knows you are awesome. profile
He really does. And you really are.
The cannabis lawyer will see you now profile
When companies have questions about Canada’s marijuana laws and regulations, they know exactly who to call: Trina Fraser.
Andrew Lue, with the Edmonton Eskimos, dives to tackle an opposing player in 2017. First Person
As told to Julia Lefebvre