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NMSU management professor uses embodied storytelling research to help veterans

August 18, 2014 by Amanda Bradford,, NMSU News Center From his own military service in Vietnam, David Boje knows that it can be difficult – sometimes impossible – for veterans and their families to return to life as they knew it before a combat deployment. The consequences of combat service can include strained relationships with family, divorce, stress disorders, inability to get and k More »

NMSU Business Outlook: June 2014

The Sales Manager Role in Judgment by Experts Forecasting Dr. Robin T. Peterson, NMSU Forecasters use various methods to estimate future sales. Each method is useful for specific applications and in certain situations. One popular method is judgment by experts, under which seasoned managers and technical specialists make judgment-based forecasts. Complete Article: The Sales Manager Role in More »

Indian Resource Development program moves to NMSU College of Business

May 20, 2014 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center A state program that promotes higher education and economic development opportunities for Native American students will now be housed in the New Mexico State University College of Business in order to strengthen its emphasis on applied research that benefits tribal communities throughout New Mexico. The Indian Resource Development program is More »

Researcher finds tribal wisdom, business ethics more related than they seem

November 25, 2013 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center Relationships. Sharing. Trust. Usefulness. These are some of the attributes that are highly valued in indigenous cultures. Meanwhile, recent headlines outside these tribal communities too often relate tales of how some business leaders have breached the public trust and prioritized personal gain rather than helping others. But resea More »

LC Bulletin: Applying tribal ethics in business

April 5, 2013. Retrieved online April 18, 2013 from Janet Perez, Las Cruces Bulletin NMSU researcher: Ethics are universal, but views vary For the Las Cruces Bulletin While existing side-by-side, Native American tribal life and the business world beyond it often seem to be worlds apart. However, one New Mexico State University faculty member has discovered some surprising similarities More »

NMSU researcher finds tribal values have much to offer business world

March 27, 2013 by Janet Perez, NMSU News Center While existing side-by-side, Native American tribal life and the business world beyond it often seem to be worlds apart. However, one New Mexico State University faculty member has discovered some surprising similarities between traditional tribal values and those of the outside business world. Grace Ann Rosile, an associate professor of man More »

NMSU’s sustainability efforts earn gold rating from national sustainability organization

December 7, 2012 by Emily C. Kelley, NMSU News Center Editor's Note: joni newcomer is intentionally lowercase. New Mexico State University recently moved from bronze to gold in a very important field: sustainability. NMSU, along with other schools, businesses, government agencies and nonprofits around the world, is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in H More »

Quantum Storytelling: Blacksmithing Art in the Quantum Age

Uploaded on Vimeo by David M. Boje, May 20, 2012, this video presents the eleven D's of Quantum Storytelling from an ontological standpoint. Directionality Datability Duration Disclosability Destining Deployment Dwelling Deseverance Drafts Dispersion Detaching May 20, 2012, by David M. Boje, Professor, Department of Management, via email Overview and Ded More »

NMSU Distinguished Achievement Professorship: College of Business Honorees

May 15, 2012 by Greg Fant, Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost Congratulations to the Distinguished Achievement Professorship (DAP) recipients! This NMSU professorship program was created in 2012 and designed for full professors who have been in rank for at least seven years and who have demonstrated significant achievements at that rank. Visit NMSU's Distinguished Achieve More »