The Carlson School of Management research showed replicated and expanded on what was previously found: bronze medalists were more likely to exhibit a smile than silver medalists, while gold medalists were happier than other medalists.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota and Stanford Center on Longevity released the Thinking Ahead Roadmap, a comprehensive toolkit funded by AARP that guides people to select someone they trust to help manage their money if financial decisions become too difficult in the future.
To support underrepresented Minnesota students with financial need at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities’ Carlson School of Management, St. Paul-based Johnson Brothers is endowing a $1M scholarship.
With the creation of a new, $50 million endowed scholarship fund, the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management is now better able to attract, retain, and train top scholars who will become future business leaders in Minnesota and beyond.
Carlson School of Management Assistant Professor Elizabeth Campbell found that having star employees in workgroups positively influenced non-star job performance up to a certain point. After that, there are diminishing returns.