A century of turnover

Professor of Management Peter Hom looks at the past 100 years of employee loss and replacement in the workplace.

Uber pushed the limits of the law. Now comes the reckoning

The ride-sharing giant has enjoyed an unconventional and nonstop rise to the top. Now it’s being probed by the Department of Justice for several illegal activities. Professor Emeritus Marianne Jennings offers her insight on how the company sunk to this point.

Lessons learned on Earth may soon go deep into space

Professor of Management and PetSmart Chair in Leadership Jeff LePine is half-way through a multiyear grant from NASA to study how astronauts — and the rest of us — can more easily and efficiently make transitions between daily tasks. Find out what’s the next frontier for ASU and NASA.

Sharing the lead: examining lead independent director appointment

Many companies now use lead independent directors, yet little is known about when they are selected, who is selected, what impact their selection has on performance, and whether their selection prevents the future separation of the CEO and chair position. New research by Professor of Strategy Matthew Semadeni explores these four questions.