Expanding the 24 Hour Workplace:
Eller College research published in The Wall Street Journal
Who: Dr. Amar Gupta, Thomas R. Brown Chair in Management and Technology, professor of Entrepreneurship, Management and Organizations, and Management Information Systems at the Eller College of Management. “I am really excited that this research has gained the attention of the Wall Street Journal. The Journal has over 1.8 million readers globally, so the exposure for the 24 Hour Knowledge Workplace and our research here at Eller College is extraordinary,” says Gupta.
What: On September 15, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published Amar Gupta’s article Expanding the 24-Hour Knowledge Factory. The extended article focuses on the research, application, and challenges of the 24-hour knowledge factory model, which builds on the outsourcing phenomenon. In addition to the article, WSJ posted a podcast interview with Dr. Gupta, and is hosting a discussion forum on their website. The forum is available to the public free of charge (no subscription is necessary) and comments are welcomed. This is a chance to interact directly with Dr. Gupta and others on this subject of growing importance.
Where: The Wall Street Journal – published in all global additions and available online at www.wallstreetjournal.com
Gupta’s article, online podcast interview, and forum are available at the following links:
- Expanding the 24-Hour Workplace
The Wall Street Journal : Article
- Cultural Differences in the 24-Hour Knowledge Factory (Audio)
The Wall Street Journal : Business Insight Podcast [MP3]
- The Logistics of a 24/7 Business (Discussion Forum)
The Wall Street Journal : WSJ.com Forums
When: The article was published in the Saturday, Sept. 15, 2007 weekend edition; the podcast interview and forum are now online.
The Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona is internationally recognized for pioneering research, innovative curriculum, distinguished faculty, excellence in management information systems, entrepreneurship, and social responsibility. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Eller undergraduate program #14 among public business schools and three of its programs are among the top 20 — Entrepreneurship, MIS, and Management. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Eller MBA Full-Time program #44 in the U.S. and #21 among public business schools. The College leads the nation’s business schools in generating grant funds for research. In addition to a Full-Time MBA program, the Eller College offers an Evening MBA program and the Eller Executive MBA. The Eller College of Management supports approximately 5,700 undergraduate and 700 graduate students on the UA campus in beautiful Tucson, Arizona.
Liz Warren-Pederson, Eller College of Management
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