Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Please contact Professor Ramona Zachary via email ator via phone at (646) 312-3649.
Human Resource Management
Please contact Professor Donald Vredenburgh via email ator via phone at (646) 312-3630.
Please contact Professor Ajay Das via email ator via phone at (646) 312-3646.
Are you interested in learning more about the research process? Do you have 2-5 hours per week to work closely with a member of the faculty? A variety of projects are scheduled for this semester and we would love to work with you. If you are curious, take a look at the descriptions of the research projects currently running in the Management Department that have open spots.
1. Project:Comparison of Apple and Samsung: Analysis using the Cube One Framework
Description:This opportunity will focus on determining and analyzing the management practices of two target companies (companies still to be determined). The selected student(s) will conducted a variety of research into the target companies including and articles, books, website posts and blogs related to the each firm’s management practices. Dr. Kopelman and his doctoral students have published four similar studies that will serve as templates for the proposed article. Due the extensive amount of work this project will entail, Dr. Kopleman is seeking 2 students to work for approximately two hundred hours.
Desired Skills: Experience conducting research in an academic setting; utilization of a variety of research databases and internet-based searches.
If you are interested in volunteering for this research opportunity, please contact Professor Richard Kopelman at Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Project: Determinants and Performance Implications of Environmental Decertification in Business
Description: This project aims to explore the reasons why firms decide to decertify their plants from particular environmental certification systems such as ISO 14001 or B-corporations. Much is known about the reasons for certification, but recent statistics show that some firms are moving away from these and other environmental certifications and understanding the reasons behind decertification become critical.
Desired Skills: Comfort with using Excel to create databases, designing questionnaires utilizing Google Forms, and conducting literature reviews with library databases. If you are interested in volunteering for this research opportunity, please contact Professor Ivan Montiel at email@example.com.