Management Department

The latest RentCafe year-end report on the evolution of the rental market in 2021 revealed that renters are…

Since the end of the Cold War, the United States and other Western powers have pursued a noble idea — that by tying themselves economically to their rivals, they might escape the dismal cycle of great-power conflicts. In that spirit, Germany encouraged gas and oil imports from Russia over the…

Features WWU Associate Professor of Management Meg Warren.

WWU Assistant Professor of Management Meg Warren recently published a new article in The Conversation, "Why women need male allies in the workplace – and why fighting everyday sexism enriches men too," at https://theconversation.com/why-women-need-male-allies-in-the-workplace-and-why-…

Brian Burton, associate vice president for Academic Affairs and a professor of Management at Western Washington University, plans to retire on Aug. 31, 2022.

“By late next summer I will have had the honor of working with Dr. Brian Burton for 14 years, the last nine of those in the…

Podcast: KGMI host Meg Weber is joined by Meg Warren, Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business and Economics at WWU to talk about diversity, equity and inclusion

Podcast: KGMI host Meg Weber is joined by Meg Warren, Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business and Economics at WWU to talk about diversity, equity and inclusion

While on professional leave in Spring 2020, Jason Kanov (Department of Management, College of Business and Economics) completed and published a paper entitled “Why Suffering Matters!” in the Journal of Management Inquiry. The paper describes how workplaces not only harbor but also cause…

WWU Assistant Professor of Management Meg Warren recently received the Best Dissertation award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, for "Exemplary Allyship: Raising the Bar for
Inclusiveness in the Workplace."

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