University of Colorado Denver professor studies the effects of women’s appearance in the workplace
According to Traci Sitzmann, management professor at the University of Colorado Denver, outward appearance can make a difference in how a woman is perceived at work. At the same time those observations are capable of hurting women in the workplace by producing discrimination. Physically attractive women are frequently discriminated against when applying for historically masculine jobs. Read moreAugust 21, 2017
Some of the most successful companies set goals that often appear audacious and risky.
As companies struggle to maximize output while staying ahead of the competition, a new study from University of Colorado Denver Business School examines the idea of ‘stretch goals’ and why audacious targets are often misunderstood and sometimes misused. The study, co-authored by CU Denver Assistant Professor of Management Dr. Kelly E. See, was recently published in Harvard Business Review. Read moreMay 10, 2017