Business Research Corner

(Editor's Note: This is the first in a monthly series highlighting the intersection of business and research. UCCS professors from its College of Business are available to answer pressing questions about business - from creating more productive employees to workforce development and retention. Have a business question? Put the UCCS professors to work. Send your question to editorial@csbj.comWe'll present questions with their answers the fourth Friday of every month.)

Why invest in employees who might leave?
The root of innovation lies within the organization’s people to a much greater extent than is usually appreciated.
Innovation program stagnant?
The root of innovation lies within the organization’s people to a much greater extent than is usually appreciated.
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Creating social value and protecting our natural resources have been touted as important components of a firm’s strategy.
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Job autonomy, has been of increasing interest to companies and to scholars conducting research on how to design jobs for optimal performance.
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Sharing good or noncontroversial financial information is easy, but for many managers sharing complex or negative financial information can be challenging.
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While it’s true that internships are beneficial and provide meaningful work experience, there are several negative side-effects to unpaid internships.
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A board of directors can be a valuable asset for a company. But it requires time and resources to create a useful board.
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So much effort has been spent on the technical aspects of cyber that very little has been done to educate non-technical team members on their role in preventing cybersecurity issues.
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Salespeople sell, cross-sell and up-sell all in the context of your customer experience.
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If it comes down to you and a competitor for a higher search-engine ranking, the firm with a better mobile experience for customers will win.