“Serving as a journal editor is a very significant academic distinction. To be named the editor of one of the premier journals in a major field is even more significant,” said Kenneth Bettenhausen, Director of MS Management at the CU Denver Business School.
Wayne Cascio, Distinguished University Professor and Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership, is one of the most notable professors at CU Denver and can now add another distinction to his résumé, as Cascio was recently appointed as editor for International Human Resource Management for the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). Read more
“On behalf of the Board of the World Federation of People Management Associations, WFPMA, it is a great honor and pleasure for me to inform you that after a thorough process followed by a global Committee lead by Peter Haen, Immediate Past President of WFPMA, you have been selected to receive the WFPMA ´George Petitpas´ Award 2016.”
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Wayne Cascio, PhD, who holds the Robert H. Reynolds Distinguished Chair in Global Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver Business School and professor of management, was recently awarded the Western Academy of Management’s Outstanding Scholar Award, sponsored by the Journal of Management Inquiry. This is a lifetime achievement award given once a year by the Western Academy of Management. Read more
Cascio: Lessons in leadership learned from ‘institutional entrepreneurs’ at Robben Island prison
A Chinese proverb says the longest journey begins with the first step. It took countless steps, along with powerful resolve and resilience, but Nelson Mandela and his fellow political inmates in Robben Island prison forged ahead ever so slowly. They transformed a place of brutality and oppression into one of tolerance, dignity and education. Read more
Gregg Keizer of Computerworld interviewed Wayne Cascio, Professor of Management at CU Denver Business School, to find out if Microsoft’s proposed 18,000 layoffs are in the best interest of the company.
“It creates massive uncertainty and a big drop in productivity,” says Cascio. “People spend their work time on social networking and getting a resume up to date. Read more