University of Southern California

Marshall in the Media

6/18/12 The Washington Post
The Washington Post featured a study by Feng Zhu of the USC Marshall School and a colleague finding that, despite crowsourced editing, Wikipedia's political entries are still highly biased.
6/18/12 Forbes

Forbes cited Bennis as having written ““leaders have no interest in proving themselves, but an abiding interest in expressing themselves. Real learning occurs when we know what is important to us.”

6/18/12 Business Insider

Business Insider ran a column by Ira Kalb about how countries control their brands. Many countries tend to see other countries' brands as better, a result of "grass is greener" thinking, Kalb wrote. "This is one reason why foreign or exotic brands have so much appeal," he added.

6/15/12 The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post ran a column by Rob Asghar of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy about the value of democracy as an organizing tool. Asghar highlighted research by Dr. Bennis, noting that Dr. Bennis found that hierarchies were only effective for simple tasks that could be guided by a single authority.

6/14/12 The Telegraph (U.K.)

The Telegraph (U.K.) quoted Bennis about why top leaders get derailed.

6/14/12 USA Today

USA Today quoted David Carter about allegations that cyclist Lance Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs.

6/12/12 Fox Business
Fox Business interviewed Warren Bennis of the USC Marshall School on how managers need to encourage discussion and hear dissenting views.
6/9/12 Forbes

Forbes highlighted a study by Douglas Joines of the USC Marshall School and a colleague titled "The Implications of a Greying Japan for Public Policy."

6/9/12 USA Today

USA Today quoted David Carter on what a Triple Crown win for I'll Have Another would have meant for the horse racing industry.