Fay Cobb Payton Addresses Bias in AI Recruiting Tools
Fay Cobb Payton, professor of IT and business analytics, weighs in on artificial intelligence hiring tools perpetuating bias in the workplace.
Having Clients From Many Industries Can Hurt the Effectiveness of Auditing Firms
When an accounting firm has an industry diversified client portfolio, the quality of the firm’s audits suffers.
Risks Can Be Leveraged as Opportunities in the Post-COVID ‘New Normal’
Mark Beasley, director of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Initiative and KPMG professor of accounting, and Frank Buckless, Stephen P. Zelnak Jr. Dean of Poole College, hosted the inaugural Virtual...
Lisa Chang Gives Entrepreneurs Expert Advice on Nailing a Virtual Pitch
Poole College's Lisa Chang weighs in on how entrepreneurs can achieve success before, during and after a virtual pitch.
New Digital Badges from Executive Education Help Alumni Showcase New Skills
NC State Executive Education has issued 915 verifiable, digital badges to graduates of various programs including Business Essentials and Women in Technical Leadership.
The New Normal: How Nonprofits Should Update Their Operations to Account for COVID-19
This checklist outlines what nonprofits need to do to adapt to the pandemic and financial crisis.
When Board Members Get Involved, Corporate Tax Burden Goes Down
Study finds corporate tax-planning practices improve when a company’s board takes an interest.
Need to Know: In an Economy Ravaged By COVID-19, B Corps Open a Door for Change
Jessica Yinka Thomas, director of the Business Sustainability Collaborative (BSC) and president of B Academics, explains how B Corps are better positioned to withstand economic downturns.
Stacy Wood on Creativity and Innovation: COVID-19’s Silver Lining
Poole College’s professor of marketing, Stacy Wood, offers insight on why times of crisis present opportunities for exploration and risk taking.
Need to Know: Conveying Authenticity Amidst Uncertainty
Brands across the globe are using COVID-19 to experiment with various marketing strategies. Dr. Heather Dretsch, assistant professor of marketing, set out to discover what messages are getting through to the growing consumer population, Gen Z.