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Practicing Positive Leadership Even Through the Crisis of Downsizing

When uncertainty reigns and an economy shrinks, management is often driven to engage in downsizing. Typically governed by conventional management thinking, most such efforts produce predictable outcomes: People are removed, money is saved and signals of resolve are sent to the financial community. Meanwhile, the people remaining are traumatized and cannot talk about it. The culture is damaged, and the organization will perform below its potential for a long time.

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Teppo Felin of Oxford University, to become the Douglas D. Anderson Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship

The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business is proud to announce that Professor Teppo Felin will become the first Douglas D. Anderson chaired professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at Utah State University on July 1, 2021. The Anderson chair is one of five endowed professorships established in 2019 by the Jon M. Huntsman Foundation.