Live Educational Webinar
Duke-UNC CFO Roundtable Competing for Talent in the Era of Millennials
Price: FREE
Mar. 9, 2018 Friday
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (Pacific)
1 Hour

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Sharique Hasan Associate Professor of Strategy at Duke University
Prof. Sharique Hasan (Duke) will discuss key issues faced by firms in hiring, motivating and retaining talent today.


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Sharique Hasan
Associate Professor of Strategy at Duke University
Sharique Hasan is an Associate Professor of Strategy at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business who studies social networks, careers and entrepreneurship. His research has explored how networks help people learn complex ideas, what types of network connections enhance individual and firm performance, and how individuals can build larger and more diverse networks. Sharique's research on careers has explored how specialized experience translates into rapid career advancement and how the internal configuration of organizations shapes the dynamics of jobs inside them. His research has been published in leading journals including Organization Science, Management Science, the American Sociological Review, and Administrative Science Quarterly. Professor Hasan received his an MS in Public Policy and Management and his PhD in Organizational Theory and Management from Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College. His doctoral dissertation, “Social Networks, Stratification and Careers in Organizations” won the Herbert A. Simon Doctoral Dissertation Award in the Administrative Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to Duke, Sharique was Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

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