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Marketing Scholar Receives “Bright Idea Award” for Research Paper

Marketing Scholar Receives “Bright Idea Award” for Research Paper

A Rutgers–Camden professor’s research paper has been recognized as one of the 10 best manuscripts published in 2012 in New Jersey. Robert Schindler, a Cherry Hill resident and a professor of marketing at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, received the Bright Idea Award for his paper, “Perceived Helpfulness of Online Consumer Reviews:  The Role of […]

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Rutgers School of Business–Camden Recognized for Executive Education Program

Rutgers School of Business–Camden Recognized for Executive Education Program

The Rutgers School of Business–Camden’s executive education program has been awarded the gold 2013 Learning in Practice Excellence in Academic Partnerships Award from Chief Learning Officer magazine, a leading business publication. Rutgers–Camden was recognized for its partnership with Graybar Electric Co., Inc. The two sides work together to develop and prepare leaders to take on […]

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Predicting Sales and Revenue for New Ventures

Predicting Sales and Revenue for New Ventures

The forecast for sales and revenue growth for new products can be foggy at best, but a Rutgers–Camden finance professor is providing some clarity for entrepreneurs. “A lot of new business startups guesstimate their sales forecast, and that’s just like throwing darts,” says Richard Michelfelder, a clinical associate professor of finance at the Rutgers School […]

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It’s Better to Confront than to Ignore an Abusive Boss

It’s Better to Confront than to Ignore an Abusive Boss

Employees who would rather turn the other cheek than confront an abusive supervisor might be doing harm to their own work productivity, according to research by a Rutgers–Camden organizational behavior expert. Oscar Holmes IV, an assistant professor of management at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, says employees are probably better off airing their grievances than […]

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Adjunct Faculty Member Publishes Business Etiquette Book

Adjunct Faculty Member Publishes Business Etiquette Book

Barbara Pachter, an adjunct faculty member at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, has published her 10th book, The Essentials of Business Etiquette: How to Greet, Eat, and tweet Your Way to Success (McGraw-Hill, 2013). The book offers 101 crucial etiquette tips for improving behavior when greeting, dining with, and engaging in social media with customers, […]

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