• Professor wins award for his research that proves downsizing rarely improves profits

    CU Denver Business School Professor Wayne Cascio won a $50,000 award Tuesday for pioneering research that showed corporate downsizing had little effect on profits and should be used sparingly and only as a last resort. He was presented with the Michael R. Losey Human Resources Research Award at the Society for Human Resource Management’s 62nd Annual Conference and Exposition in San Diego.  Read more

    June 29, 2010
    Rebecca Ward
  • Stefanie Johnson – Emotional Contamination in the Workplace

    Recent research suggests that managers’ moods and emotions can have powerful effects on their employees’ moods, emotions and attitudes, ultimately affecting performance. Both laboratory and field studies conducted at University of Colorado Denver’s Business School, revealed that employees “catch” their managers’ moods and emotions through a process called emotional contagion.  Read more

    January 1, 2010
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman