Research from the professor of management highlighting the benefits of women in leadership during a crisis is featured in Forbes.
Post's work suggests implicit biases that slow down progress for women can re-emerge strongly during economic crises.
Professors of management test the theory that board independence builds stronger companies and better corporate governance.
A new study of the medical products industry―the first to examine the impact of female board representation on product recalls―finds that firms with female directors on their boards announce high-severity recalls 28 days faster than all-male boards.
Study by researchers at Lehigh and Queen's University Belfast is first to examine why and when a leadership trust advantage emerges for female leaders during organizational crises.