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Does autonomy, self-selection impact how teams perform? Listen to Creative Distillation

Feb. 11, 2022

Tune in for a spirited discussion on how levels of autonomy and group structure impact organizational outcomes as a serial entrepreneur and a leading academic share their perspectives on research published in Organization Science.

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Dream stream: Impressive lineup of leaders, researchers headlines new Leeds School podcast

Feb. 10, 2022

Tune in for Leeds Business Insights, a new podcast offering actionable takeaways on current topics like supply chains, digital transformation and diversity, equity and inclusion.

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New commercialization report shows record-breaking results for CU Boulder innovations

Jan. 31, 2022

Venture Partners at CU Boulder translates breakthrough research into economic and societal impact. Its newly released annual report details eye-popping results from faculty innovations in 2021.

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Supply chains, labor pains dominate discussion at business outlook event

Dec. 10, 2021

Experts in the Leeds School's Business Research Division are forecasting a growth year in 2022 but noted significant headwinds and uncertainties, including tangled supply chains, difficulty hiring and the potential for new COVID-19 variants.

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Colorado to make full recovery in 2022, but some industries lag behind

Dec. 6, 2021

Employment in Colorado is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels in 2022, according to the latest Colorado Business Economic Outlook, a yearly forecast compiled by the Leeds School of Business.

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Why it’s time to stop defining a nation’s success through economic growth

Nov. 18, 2021

A new paper out of CU Boulder argues it may be time to stop hyper-focusing on economic growth as a leading indicator of a society’s success because we may be headed for a long-run decline in growth this century, whether we like it or not.

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The financial dangers of echo chambers

Nov. 17, 2021

Confirmation bias on social media is nothing new in politics and news. New research from the Leeds School of Business shows it's a challenge in investing, too.

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Shortages and empty shelves: How the supply chain became so fractured

Nov. 16, 2021

This Q&A with Gurumurthi Ravishankar, a faculty member and supply chain expert at the Leeds School of Business, explores how supply chain woes started, what it means for consumers and how long it may take to repair the fractured system.

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Can startups be the vessel for solving climate change?

Nov. 15, 2021

A new study out of the Leeds School of Business shows that small businesses focused on climate-friendly goods and services may be more effective at addressing climate change because they can bridge the political divide by offering climate solutions.

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The single population is growing, and it’s time to grow with it

Nov. 11, 2021

Nearly half of the adult U.S. population is single, and half of that population isn't interested in dating. Yet, society still focuses on marriage and relationships as the endgame. Marketing and psychology professor Peter McGraw offers a new perspective on how we see solos.

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