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Business guy is sending the emails with laptop at work space.

Should you use AI to write work emails?

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – As the most popular form of business communications, it may come as no surprise that the average office worker receives about 121 emails per day. With up to 31,000 emails landing in an employee’s inbox per year,

Yixuan Li

University of Florida management professor receives NSF CAREER Award

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Assistant Professor of Management Yixuan Li is among the latest recipients of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award, the research foundation’s most prestigious award that supports early-career faculty. Li is the

David Gaddis Ross

A Better Way for Companies to Address Pay Gaps

Income inequality remains a troubling issue, despite years of progressive and proactive approaches and legislation. All too often, workers of one particular group (usually women or people of color) are systematically underpaid across an organization. The remedy for such pay

Aaron Hill

Paranoid CEOs hide from government, react strongly to competitors

The higher CEOs score on measures of paranoia, the more likely they are to avoid lobbying government, according to new research of 925 CEOs across 774 firms by Associate Professor Aaron Hill. But hiding doesn’t always work. If sanctioned, or

Heng Xu speaking on stage during a panel discussion.

How psychology is shaping the future of technology

Professor of Management Heng Xu spoke as part of a series from the American Psychological Association at CES, the world’s leading technology conference, on the complex world of digital privacy and how the current environment presents challenges to users.  “We

Klodiana Lanaj and Remy Jennings

Want to Be a Better Leader? Stop Thinking About Work After Hours

It’s not uncommon for managers to continue thinking about their job, even after the official workday is over. This may involve ruminating about an issue with an employee, trying to think of a solution to a client problem, or creating

Aaron Hill

Conservative CEOs Pursue Riskier International Deals Than Liberals Do

Associate Professor Aaron Hill and his co-authors studied 1,027 decisions to enter foreign markets made by Fortune 500 CEOs over the past decade and examined the executives’ political-campaign contributions to determine their leanings. They found that conservative leaders were more

Mo Wang

Don’t overlook race and ethnicity: new guidelines urge change for psychology research

University Distinguished Professor, Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar Chair and Associate Dean for Research and Strategic Initiatives Mo Wang chaired the American Psychological Association (APA) working group of ten people who formulated recommendations for authors, reviewers and editors on how to address race,

Heng Xu

University of Florida professor awarded for teaching innovation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Professor of Management Heng Xu’s unique contributions to teaching cybersecurity recently earned her an award from the premier operations research and management science international society. This October, Xu received the INFORMS Information Systems Society Haim Mendelson Teaching

Mo Wang

The lesson in Rupert Murdoch’s retirement? Get ready for the 100-year-old CEO

It probably shouldn’t surprise anyone when a 92-year-old announces his retirement. And yet the media and entertainment worlds were aflutter this week at the news that the billionaire mogul Rupert Murdoch—the man who was famously never going to retire from

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