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  • Gender equity

    Study by Krannert prof identifies seven steps for advancing career equality amid pandemic

    Thursday, April 22, 2021

    Gender equality has become a hot topic in management as business leaders address growing pressures to advance women who remain significantly underrepresented in key leadership jobs and face an on-going pay and stock equity gap, says Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management.

    Full article: Study by Krannert prof identifies seven steps for advancing career equality amid pandemic

  • leadership concept

    Happy Family, Happy Work: Study links transformational leadership to attachment theory

    Monday, February 1, 2021

    “Transformational leadership — or behaviors that inspire followers to move beyond their own self-interest and work toward the good of the group — often fails to reach the levels needed by subordinates each day,” says Benjamin Dunford, an associate professor of organizational behavior/human resources at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management. “Supervisors need regular support to ensure that they consistently display these expected behaviors at work.”

    Full article: Happy Family, Happy Work: Study links transformational leadership to attachment theory

  • working parent

    What Working Parents Need from Their Managers

    Thursday, November 12, 2020

    Even during a pandemic, managers are expected to lead their teams and drive business results. But there’s a dilemma: They must acknowledge that Covid-19 is putting an enormous strain on people, especially working parents, while also holding them accountable for getting their work done. This means employing two strategies that, on the surface, might seem to conflict: predictability and flexibility. Specifically, they should build routines into the workday without unduly burdening parents, while at the same time experimenting with new ways of working and communicating so that everyone’s needs are accommodated fairly.

    Full article: What Working Parents Need from Their Managers

  • extended hand

    Here’s what employers need to know about ‘boomerang’ employees vs. new hires

    Thursday, October 8, 2020

    A common piece of career advice is to not “burn bridges” when leaving one employer for another. After all, who knows what opportunities may present themselves in the future? Michael A. Campion, Purdue’s Herman C. Krannert Distinguished Professor of Management, addresses that and related questions in his recent research.

    Full article: Here’s what employers need to know about ‘boomerang’ employees vs. new hires

  • David Schoorman

    Krannert expert: 4 Surefire Ways To Build Trust

    Thursday, July 30, 2020

    Krannert Professor David Schoorman is an author of what’s widely seen as the most influential psychology paper in the decade of the 1990s. The research in that paper, and subsequent studies Schoorman and his colleagues have conducted in the quarter-century since, has revealed something fascinating about the way humans build and earn trust.

    Full article: Krannert expert: 4 Surefire Ways To Build Trust

  • woman working from home

    Krannert expert: 3 initiatives to improve U.S. work-life policy amid pandemic

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

    The coronavirus crisis has illuminated how poorly the United States compares with other major industrialized nations in providing workers across all industries with equal access to paid sick and family leave, employee-requested flexible scheduling, and reasonable work hours, according to Ellen Ernst Kossek, Purdue's Basil S. Turner Professor of Management.

    Full article: Krannert expert: 3 initiatives to improve U.S. work-life policy amid pandemic

  • woman working from home

    Meeting the Needs of Nonparent Workers

    Thursday, June 25, 2020

    As support programs for new parents have increased, with expanded time off and other benefits, managers need to be careful that they don't neglect workers who aren't parents and who also need time away, says Purdue work-life expert Ellen Ernst Kossek.

    Full article: Meeting the Needs of Nonparent Workers

  • After the pandemic, women who work from home could face career penalties

    Monday, June 22, 2020

    Companies with plans to roll out work-from-home policies on a wide scale after the pandemic must plan to adjust their workplace cultures, says a Purdue University expert on inclusive organizations.

    Full article: After the pandemic, women who work from home could face career penalties

  • baseball player

    Emboldened by 'When and Where' Tagline, MLB Players Band Together

    Thursday, June 18, 2020

    The three-word tagline has galvanized MLB players like we've never seen in the age of social media, says James Dworkin, a Krannert School of Management professor and the author of Owners Versus Players: Baseball and Collective Bargaining. “The players seem to be very, very, very unified,” he tells Sports Illustrated.

    Full article: Emboldened by 'When and Where' Tagline, MLB Players Band Together

  • Purdue trustees approve distinguished, named and chaired faculty

    Friday, June 12, 2020

    The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Thursday (June 11) ratified four distinguished professors and approved the appointments of a named professor and a chaired professor, among other actions. These include the ratification of Herman C. Krannert Distinguished Professor of Management Mike Campion and the appointment of Professor Richard Makadok as the Brock Family Chair in Strategic Management.

    Full article: Purdue trustees approve distinguished, named and chaired faculty

  • Gateway Arch

    Krannert School launches two new online master’s degree programs

    Wednesday, June 10, 2020

    Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management will begin offering two new online master’s degree options in January 2021. The Master in Human Resource Management (HRM) and Master in Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) each will be offered in seven-week segments, with students taking one or two classes at a time

    Full article: Krannert School launches two new online master’s degree programs

  • Ellen Kossek

    Krannert prof honored by Work Family Researchers Network

    Monday, May 11, 2020

    Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management in the Krannert School of Management, has received the Ellen Galinsky Generative Researcher Award from the Work Family Researchers Network. This award recognizes a work-family researcher or research team who have/has contributed breakthrough thinking to the work-family field via theory, measures, and/or data sets that led to expansive application, innovation, and diffusion, including the sharing of research opportunity in the spirit of open science.

    Full article: Krannert prof honored by Work Family Researchers Network

  • Mother at home with her young children

    Work without boundaries: When every day is ‘take-your-kids-to-work day’

    Tuesday, April 21, 2020

    In-home activities are available for families who still want to celebrate Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day on Thursday (April 23). The day is designed to show children the “possibilities associated with balanced work and family life,” according to the foundation. But nearly every day is “take-your-kids-to-work day” for millions of Americans forced to telecommute due to COVID-19, says Purdue University work-life balance expert and Basil S. Turner Professor of Management Ellen Ernst Kossek.

    Full article: Work without boundaries: When every day is ‘take-your-kids-to-work day’

  • Will the players get paid? Krannert professor Jim Dworkin on how pro sports contracts deal with disasters like pandemics

    Wednesday, April 8, 2020

    James Dworkin, a professor in the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University, is an expert and author focusing on professional sports unions and collective bargaining, and an arbitrator in a variety of labor-management disputes. Dworkin says collective bargaining agreements often contain special clauses, called “force majeure,” that cover how operations continue when catastrophes like fires, floods or pandemics occur.

    Full article: Will the players get paid? Krannert professor Jim Dworkin on how pro sports contracts deal with disasters like pandemics

  •  Accelerating your human resource education

    Purdue offers combined degree program in human resources

    Wednesday, March 25, 2020

    Students interested in earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree in human resources now have an accelerated option at Purdue University. Beginning in fall 2020, the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and Krannert School of Management are teaming to offer a combined degree program, with students earning an undergraduate degree in human resource development (HRD) and a master’s degree in human resource management (MSHRM).

    Full article: Purdue offers combined degree program in human resources

  • What Companies Need to Do to Improve Working Conditions for Women

    Thursday, March 12, 2020

    Ellen Kossek, Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at Krannert, discusses gender inclusion in the workplace.

    Full article: What Companies Need to Do to Improve Working Conditions for Women

  • Three ways coronavirus could change the debate about paid time off in the United States

    Thursday, March 12, 2020

    As the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the United States, workers are being encouraged to work remotely or stay home to prevent the spread of illnesses in the workplace. Without paid-time-off policies or jobs that can be done via telework, however, many workers are left without a safety net and forced to choose between loss of wages and sacrificing their health and the health of others, says Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management in the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.

    Full article: Three ways coronavirus could change the debate about paid time off in the United States

  • Coronavirus Remote Work

    Americans Are Being Encouraged to Work From Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak. For Millions, That's Impossible

    Monday, March 9, 2020

    Ellen Kossek, professor of Krannert, explains the implications of the coronavirus on employment.

    Full article: Americans Are Being Encouraged to Work From Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak. For Millions, That's Impossible

  • Ellen Kossek receives Fulbright Specialist Award to United Kingdom at Cranfield University

    Tuesday, March 3, 2020

    The U.S. Department of Justice and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board are pleased to announce that Ellen Kossek of Purdue University has received a Fulbright Specialist Program award. Kossek will complete a project at Cranfield University in the United Kingdom that aims to exchange knowledge and establish partnerships benefiting participants, institutions, and communities both in the U.S. and overseas through a variety of educational and training activities within the Business Administration.

    Full article: Ellen Kossek receives Fulbright Specialist Award to United Kingdom at Cranfield University

  • Scoring a Job: Training computers to improve hiring practices

    Thursday, January 16, 2020

    Millions of employment decisions are made each year, which can be a strategic advantage for those companies with the ability to sift through numerous candidates to find the best hire. Michael A. Campion, Purdue’s Herman C. Krannert of Professor of Management, says the resumes and achievement records of most job seekers are part of an overflowing pool of big data that creates a daunting amount of work for employers and their HR staff, especially for companies with highly selective hiring practices

    Full article: Scoring a Job: Training computers to improve hiring practices

  • Ellen Ernst Kossek

    Trump impeachment hearings and their impact on workplace productivity

    Friday, December 6, 2019

    CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke with Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management about Trump's impeachment hearings and their impact on workplace productivity.

    Full article: Trump impeachment hearings and their impact on workplace productivity

  • 2019 Krannert School of Management Fall Masters Graduation Banquet

    Thursday, December 5, 2019

    The 2019 Krannert School of Management Fall Masters Graduation Banquet took place on Thursday, December 5th, 2019 in the Purdue Memorial Union. This event is held to recognize Fall Graduates from Krannert's Specialized Masters programs

    Full article: 2019 Krannert School of Management Fall Masters Graduation Banquet

  • Thanksgiving Dinner

    Krannert Graduate Student Association (KGSA) Hosted a Thanksgiving Dinner for Krannert Family

    Monday, November 25, 2019

    On November 25, Krannert Graduate Student Association (KGSA) hosted a Thanksgiving dinner that combined family, food and fun in Rawls Hall at 6:00pm. They placed all the different Thanksgiving dishes on tables in a buffet style in the 3rd floor commons area. Most of the dishes were catered, however, one of the Student Services staff members, Judy Rife, also prepared the green beans and corn for the students. KGSA also encouraged the students to bring desserts, and students brought ice cream, brownies, pies, cookies, and even an Indian dessert to share.

    Full article: Krannert Graduate Student Association (KGSA) Hosted a Thanksgiving Dinner for Krannert Family

  • Students are posing at the photo booth

    Krannert Graduate Student Association held a Winter Formal Event for Graduate Students

    Friday, November 22, 2019

    Krannert Graduate Student Association held a Winter Formal event for Graduate Students in The Colombia in Lafayette on November 22nd. It was exceptionally attended, with over 190 students registered in total.

    Full article: Krannert Graduate Student Association held a Winter Formal Event for Graduate Students

  • Krannert’s MSHRM Program hosts 9th Annual HR Case Competition and Conference

    Thursday, November 14, 2019

    On Thursday, November 14, the Krannert School of Management’s MSHRM program hosted its 9th annual HR Case Competition. Forty seven students from ten universities participated in two divisions. The Undergraduate division included: BYU, IUPUI, Marian University, Purdue University, and Universidad Panamericana. The Graduate division included: Purdue University, Texas A&M, University of Minnesota, University of South Carolina, and Villanova University.

    Full article: Krannert’s MSHRM Program hosts 9th Annual HR Case Competition and Conference

  • A Purdue University professor is researching reduced-load work options to help provide benefits for professionals and companies. (Stock photo)

    Doing more with less: Flexible, reduced-load jobs a win-win for workers, employers

    Thursday, August 1, 2019

    Attracting and retaining the best and brightest employees with an unemployment rate that is hovering near a 50-year low is a challenge for companies. According to Purdue work-life expert Ellen Ernst Kossek, one emerging answer is to eliminate unproductive “busy work” and commit to learning how to effectively design and implement flexible workload arrangements for interested high-potential employees on a career path.

    Full article: Doing more with less: Flexible, reduced-load jobs a win-win for workers, employers

  • Pregnant Employee

    Krannert faculty expert says now is the time to act on U.S. work-family policies

    Monday, June 24, 2019

    Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at the Purdue University Krannert School of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, discusses the urgent need for U.S. work-family policy reform in a column for Brink, a publication focused on comprehensive insights on risk in the areas of environment, economy, society, geopolitics and technology.

    Full article: Krannert faculty expert says now is the time to act on U.S. work-family policies

  • Nursing home patient

    Krannert research shows improved scheduling approaches could improve life in nursing homes

    Thursday, May 16, 2019

    Placing a loved one in a nursing home can be a traumatic experience for the entire family with concerns about the care and attention they will receive. According to Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management, those concerns could be eased by some simple changes in the way the schedules are done for the staff at that facility.

    Full article: Krannert research shows improved scheduling approaches could improve life in nursing homes

  • APSAC's Hadley speaker series to present Krannert’s Meara Habashi

    Tuesday, April 23, 2019

    Meara Habashi, assistant head of the Krannert School’s Department of Management, will give a workshop-style presentation, “Overcoming Obstacles to Achieve Success,” on May 7 in the annual Richard A. Hadley APSAC Professional Development Series. The event, sponsored by the Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee, will be at 11:30 a.m. in Pfendler Hall’s Deans Auditorium (Room 241).

    Full article: APSAC's Hadley speaker series to present Krannert’s Meara Habashi

  • Team D.B.C.

    Purdue engineering student teams with Krannert undergrads for national case competition

    Monday, February 25, 2019

    Imagine you’re a member of a consulting team given only 24 hours to develop and present a comprehensive case to help an automotive manufacturer bring a fully self-driving car to market. Could you do what’s needed to take such a giant leap? That was the challenge faced by 15 teams of Purdue students who participated in the preliminary, university-wide round of the Deloitte Consulting National Undergraduate Case Competition held Feb. 6-8 on the West Lafayette campus. The winning Purdue team was composed of three sophomores from the Krannert School and another Class of 2021 student from the College of Engineering.

    Full article: Purdue engineering student teams with Krannert undergrads for national case competition

  • Wednesday WOW

    Wednesday, February 13, 2019

    Wednesday WOW lists recent publications by Krannert Management Faculty

    Full article: Wednesday WOW

  • Wednesday WOW

    Wednesday, February 6, 2019

    Wednesday WOW lists recent publications by Krannert Management Faculty.

    Full article: Wednesday WOW

  • HireVue

    HR tech company appoints Krannert’s Michael Campion to help guide continued ethical AI development

    Tuesday, February 5, 2019

    Michael Campion, the Herman C. Krannert Chaired Professor of Management at Purdue University, has been appointed to a newly created Expert Advisory Board at HireVue, a provider of comprehensive AI-driven talent assessment suite and video interviewing solutions. The board will help guide ethical AI development and advise on issues of diversity and inclusion, algorithmic bias and data security and privacy.

    Full article: HR tech company appoints Krannert’s Michael Campion to help guide continued ethical AI development

  • Wednesday WOW

    Wednesday, January 30, 2019

    Wednesday WOW lists recent publication by Krannert Management Faculty

    Full article: Wednesday WOW

  • Wednesday WOW

    Wednesday, January 23, 2019

    Wednesday WOW lists recent publication by Krannert Management Faculty.

    Full article: Wednesday WOW

  • Wednesday WOW

    Wednesday, January 16, 2019

    Wednesday WOW lists recent publications by Krannert Management Faculty.

    Full article: Wednesday WOW

  • Research study coauthored by Krannert prof shows that work-life flexibility is a challenge up and down the pay scale

    Wednesday, January 16, 2019

    When it comes to work-life flexibility, upper- and middle-level employees face challenges, but they are generally gaining options. Meanwhile, lower-level employees are still getting the short end of the stick, according to an Academy of Management Annals article coauthored by Ellen Ernst Kosssek, Purdue University's Basil S. Turner Professor of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Organizational Behavior/Human Resources

    Full article: Research study coauthored by Krannert prof shows that work-life flexibility is a challenge up and down the pay scale

  • Purdue gender equality expert says Time's Up movement must continue to gain awareness

    Monday, January 7, 2019

    The Time's Up movement against sexual harassment, founded a year ago, has made tangible progress in the world of showbiz and beyond by fostering solidarity and encouraging women to speak out. "At a public awareness perspective, we are better than we were a year ago," says Ellen Kossek, a professor of management at Purdue University, citing the number of high-powered men who have been fired over their behavior. Still, she says, more needs to be done.

    Full article: Purdue gender equality expert says Time's Up movement must continue to gain awareness

  • Startup aims to help supervisors, employees foster engagement and healthy work-life cultures

    Thursday, November 15, 2018

    The boss wants the project completed before the holiday break, your spouse needs to work late and pick up gifts, someone needs to get the children from the after-school programs and feed them a healthy dinner. Trying to manage demands between your professional life and personal life can be a major source of stress. Work Life Help, a Purdue-affiliated startup co-founded by Krannert professor Ellen Ernst Kossek, is trying to change that with new training technology aimed at helping supervisors better empower their employees to use company resources to manage the work-life balance.

    Full article: Startup aims to help supervisors, employees foster engagement and healthy work-life cultures

  • Ellen Ernst Kossek

    ‘Technostress’ Management: Krannert’s Ellen Ernst Kossek on establishing work-life boundaries in a 24/7 world

    Wednesday, October 3, 2018

    Do you check your work email from home during off hours and weekends? Do you eat lunch at your desk or use break time to answer work or personal emails or texts? Are you able to detach from job responsibilities, while on vacation, or do connect remotely? Chances are, many of us answer “yes” to at least one of these questions and are “overworking” more than is necessary to be effective in our jobs, says work-life balance expert Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence.

    Full article: ‘Technostress’ Management: Krannert’s Ellen Ernst Kossek on establishing work-life boundaries in a 24/7 world

  •  Ellen Ernst Kossek

    Krannert's Ellen Ernst Kossek honored as Academy of Management Fellow

    Monday, August 13, 2018

    Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence at Purdue University, has been elected as a Fellow by the Academy of Management (AOM) for her “significant contributions to the science and practice of management.” Kossek is among a cohort of nine new Fellows selected by the organization, which has nearly 20,000 members in more than 120 countries. They were honored at a celebration dinner during the AOM’s 78th annual meeting on Aug. 10-14 in Chicago, Illinois.

    Full article: Krannert's Ellen Ernst Kossek honored as Academy of Management Fellow

  • Man in suit with hard hat and Korean flag in background

    South Korea cuts its work limit from 68 hours a week to 52

    Monday, July 2, 2018

    The legislation, which went into effect on July 1, received overwhelming support in the National Assembly in an effort to limit the time employees spend on the job and is a "move in the right direction," says Purdue work-life expert Ellen Kossek, Purdue's Basil S. Turner Professor of Management & Research Director Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership

    Full article: South Korea cuts its work limit from 68 hours a week to 52

  • Always On

    Balancing Life with Technology: "Always On, Always Working?"

    Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    Krannert's Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Purdue University Basil S. Turner Professor of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, comments on the challenges of balancing life with technology in a special feature from The Economist, "Always on, Always Working?"

    Full article: Balancing Life with Technology: "Always On, Always Working?"

  • Purdue work/life expert: Five ways recent grads can achieve personal, professional balance

    Monday, May 14, 2018

    College graduates might expect busy days and long nights as they start their own businesses or climb the corporate ladder. But a leading researcher on work and life balance at Purdue University said personal and professional habits formed at the entry level could follow workers throughout their careers. “After you graduate, you will be faced with lots of opportunities to work intently in order to advance on your career path,” says Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management in the Krannert School of Management and research director at the Butler Center of Leadership Excellence.

    Full article: Purdue work/life expert: Five ways recent grads can achieve personal, professional balance

  • Academics, executives focus on ‘breaking bias’ at Purdue Conference

    Monday, March 26, 2018

    In the wake of the #MeToo social media movement, which exposed the prevalence of sexual assault and gender discrimination in the workplace, a recent conference at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management served as a call to action among companies in the United States, says Ellen Ernst Kossek, Basil S. Turner Professor of Management and research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence. Kossek is a leading researcher on work-life balance and achieving gender equality and inclusion in the workplace. She was the organizer of a three-day conference at Purdue called “Breaking Bias: Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations Conference,” the theme of which was “Bridging the Research to Practice Gap.”

    Full article: Academics, executives focus on ‘breaking bias’ at Purdue Conference

  • Purdue's upcoming Breaking Bias conference previewed on WGN Radio interview about 'Matching Your Portfolio to Your Ideologies'

    Wednesday, March 7, 2018

    The social and cultural world has changed substantially in the last year, and the business world is adapting as well. WGN Radio discussed the impact of the #MeToo movement with Ellen Kossek, professor at the Purdue University Krannert School of Management, to preview the Breaking Bias Conference on March 21st and how the business world is responding. The corporate world is also feeling the impact of the social concerns of guns in society, and Jon Hale (Head of Sustainable Research at Morningstar) spoke about the growing trend of divesting from companies that don’t fit investor’s ideologies.

    Full article: Purdue's upcoming Breaking Bias conference previewed on WGN Radio interview about 'Matching Your Portfolio to Your Ideologies'

  • Flu season could cost employers billions of dollars

    Monday, February 12, 2018

    As the flu season continues to worsen, the best thing companies can do for their bottom line is to encourage sick employees to stay home, says Professor Ellen Ernst Kossek in an interview for NPR's Marketplace. “Americans are notorious for not using all of their vacation and sick time,” she said. “And it’s just not a great culture if you make people feel like they have to work when they’re sick.”

    Full article: Flu season could cost employers billions of dollars

  • Cold day in Chicago

    Chicago’s on the cusp of tying record-setting cold snap. Here’s how to survive it.

    Tuesday, January 2, 2018

    Dr. Ellen Ernst Kossek discusses how employers should respond to the cold weather in supporting employees.

    Full article: Chicago’s on the cusp of tying record-setting cold snap. Here’s how to survive it.

  • Midwest Summit

    2017 Midwest Summit, involving several universities, to help students interested in graduate and professional studies

    Monday, October 16, 2017

    More than 20 percent of students graduating from Purdue University each year continue their education at an advanced level by enrolling in a graduate or professional school. Searching for the right fit can be daunting. Thinking about college choices and funding can be overwhelming. Beginning this fall, the Purdue Graduate School intends to make this process much easier through the Midwest Graduate and Professional School Summit, a one-day graduate school exposition, to be held on Nov. 11 in Stewart Center.

    Full article: 2017 Midwest Summit, involving several universities, to help students interested in graduate and professional studies

  • Newly launched philanthropic component to Back a Boiler already impacting Purdue students

    Friday, September 15, 2017

    The Pave the Way program, which launched this fall as a philanthropic component to complement Purdue’s Back a Boiler income share agreement initiative, has already impacted seven undergraduate students. “Receiving funding from the new Pave the Way program allows me to keep pursuing my dreams toward the career I want,” said Amy Wroblewski, a senior studying management and strategy and organizational management from Lafayette, Indiana. “After graduation, I hope to pay it forward by donating to Purdue to help future Boilermakers pursue their career aspirations.”

    Full article: Newly launched philanthropic component to Back a Boiler already impacting Purdue students

  • JIMS August issue Call papers listed in EBSCO

    Friday, August 11, 2017

    The Journal of International Management Studies SUBMISSION DEADLINE : August 30th, 2017

    Full article: JIMS August issue Call papers listed in EBSCO

  • Krannert Summer Business Academy expands accessibility for management minors with suite of online courses

    Monday, March 20, 2017

    It may only be spring, but the Krannert School is encouraging undergraduates from other Purdue academic areas to plan ahead and complete their management or economics minor by taking classes fully online over two to three summers through its Summer Business Academy.

    Full article: Krannert Summer Business Academy expands accessibility for management minors with suite of online courses

  • Tech Trek links master's students with alumni and IT execs in San Francisco Bay Area

    Tuesday, February 14, 2017

    Sixteen students from various Krannert master’s programs (MBA, MSBAIM, MSHRM and MSF) trekked to the San Francisco Bay Area in early January to connect with Krannert alumni and their companies in the Silicon Valley region, California’s legendary hotspot of technology startups.

    Full article: Tech Trek links master's students with alumni and IT execs in San Francisco Bay Area

  • Denise Lewin Loyd

    Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium

    Friday, April 1, 2016

    Three-day event at Krannert School of Management focused on gender, diversity, inclusion and agile careers

    Full article: Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium

  • MSHRM recent grad promoted to the Rank of Major in the United States Army

    Wednesday, March 9, 2016

    Recently, a 2015 Krannert MSHRM alum, Matt Pratt, was promoted to the rank of Major in the United States Army. A ceremony was held in his honor on March 4, 2016 at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.

    Full article: MSHRM recent grad promoted to the Rank of Major in the United States Army

  • Ellen Kossek research in Washington Post

    Monday, August 10, 2015

    NIH-funded study finds workers in supportive, flexible jobs have better health.

    Full article: Ellen Kossek research in Washington Post

  • Three ways to balance your life from Inc. and Krannert's Ellen Kossek

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015

    You have the opportunity to live a life where you have plenty of time to do the things you need to do in the office or at home.

    Full article: Three ways to balance your life from Inc. and Krannert's Ellen Kossek

  • MSHRM Event

    Master's in HR Program Ranked #1

    Tuesday, January 6, 2015

    Krannert's Master of Science in Human Resource Management Program has been ranked #1 in North America  by Eduniversal for 2014-2015.

    Full article: Master's in HR Program Ranked #1

  • International students can improve their odds of finding jobs in the U.S.

    Friday, October 17, 2014

    Sometimes the path to your dream career may be a winding one. This can be especially true for international students who want to work in the United States.

    Full article: International students can improve their odds of finding jobs in the U.S.

  • Krannert Private Equity Conference

    Tuesday, May 27, 2014

    Highlights from the first annual Private Equity Conference at Purdue organized by Krannert finance students and featuring alumni leaders in the field of private equity.

    Full article: Krannert Private Equity Conference

  • Payday loan regulation and how it affects borrower behavior

    Wednesday, September 18, 2013

    Twelve million people in the U.S. borrow from payday lenders annually. With unique data from an online payday lender, Justin Tobias and Kevin Mumford used a novel method to see how payday loan regulation affects borrower behavior

    Full article: Payday loan regulation and how it affects borrower behavior

  • Employees and companies benefit from supportive supervisors

    Tuesday, July 2, 2013

    Purdue Krannert Professor Ellen Ernst Kossek shows how changes in the work environment can improve the health and well-being of workers and benefit employers at the same time.

    Full article: Employees and companies benefit from supportive supervisors

  • Alum takes turn from history to human resources

    Tuesday, August 28, 2012

    Each year Sponsored Students bring unique perspective and experience to Krannert Masters' Program.

    Full article: Alum takes turn from history to human resources

  • Assessing her future

    Monday, February 20, 2012

    Following her Peace Corps experience, master’s student Ashley VanOsdol learns more about the world from international classmates at Purdue.

    Full article: Assessing her future

  • Right at home in the Krannert School

    Thursday, February 16, 2012

    Retired from a successful career in human resources, Purdue graduate Tom McDuffee comes back to Krannert to mentor current students.

    Full article: Right at home in the Krannert School

  • Leadership experience prepares alum for HR career

    Wednesday, February 15, 2012

    Jessica Pettry Smith, Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Management (MSHRM), featured in Krannert News

    Full article: Leadership experience prepares alum for HR career

  • Krannert School serves as giant board room

    Wednesday, February 15, 2012

    Ingersoll Rand holds human resource leadership meeting at Purdue to connect with Krannert’s world-class HR faculty.

    Full article: Krannert School serves as giant board room

  • From Math to Microsoft

    Wednesday, February 15, 2012

    Joscelyne Gray (MSHRM ’02) featured in Krannert News

    Full article: From Math to Microsoft

  • Krannert captures two more case crowns

    Thursday, February 9, 2012

    Graduate and undergraduate students team up to claim first prize in a case competition held in Germany, beating 23 other teams from around the globe.

    Full article: Krannert captures two more case crowns

  • Prepare for victory

    Tuesday, February 7, 2012

    Brad Alge’s love of football inspires the associate professor's research on risk-taking in organizations, specifically NFL fourth-down decisions and outcomes.

    Full article: Prepare for victory