Interrogative Words Just Might Change Your Life

By Aaron W. Rockwell, Staff Writer I’ve been struggling with the thought of how to improve everyday situations. For example, going to a restaurant and just enjoying the meal is just a basic activity. But going to a restaurant dressed in the style of clothing that matches the locale is slightly more interesting. Other restaurant […]

Faculty Column: Does Your Project Have a Solid “Why”?

By Professor Karen Brown The ideas in this article are drawn from: Brown, Hyer, and Ettenson, “The Question Every Project Team Must Answer,” MIT Sloan Management Review, Fall 2013. Have you ever been involved in a project that didn’t have a compelling reason driving it into existence? A raison d’être? If you have worked on […]