Interdisciplinary Team Competed in Whitman Case Competition
Posted 4.24.17Four Weatherhead students from the MBA, MEM and MSM-Finance programs competed in a small business growth strategy case competition.
Raland Hatchett, MBA '05
Posted 4.24.17Hatchett begins new appointment as Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Summit, Medina and Stark Counties
Scott Shane Selected For Faculty Distinguished Research Award
Posted 4.20.17Weatherhead's A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies & professor of economics selected as 1 of 5 CWRU faculty members for this annual honor.
New Episode of Professor Michael Goldberg's 'Beyond Silicon Valley' Podcast Talks Entrepreneurship in Iran
Posted 4.17.17The second episode of the ongoing podcast series focuses on the entrepreneurial atmosphere in Iran through the eyes of one if its own young entrepreneurs.
Professor J.B. Silvers, PhD, Spoke with NPR's Marketplace about President Trump's Next ACA Decision
Barbara K. Mistick, DM '03
Posted 4.14.17Barbara K. Mistick, DM '03 and President of Wilson College, has received the 2017 Women of Influence award from the Central Penn Business Journal.
Professor Susan Helper, PhD, Analyzes the Benefits and Popularity of Apprenticeships Under President Trump
Assistant Professor Justin Gallagher, PhD, Conducts Research on the Effect of Healthier School Lunches on State Test Scores
Posted 4.6.17The Atlantic highlights the research done by Gallagher and co-authors Michael Anderson and Elizabeth Ramirez Ritchie and discusses the effect it might have on education policy.
David Hyatt, DM '11
Posted 4.3.17California Management Review recently published a research article on Walmart's sustainable product strategy by David Hyatt, DM '11, and Andrew Spicer.
Dr. Dale Hartz, MPOD '10/DM '14
Posted 3.31.17Dr. Dale Hartz, MPOD '10/DM '14, will be a featured speaker at the TEDxAkron event on Saturday, May 20.
Professor Susan Helper, PhD, Talks about 3-D Printing in Trump-Era Manufacturing Industry
Justin Ames, PhD '18, will be presented with the Founders' Award at the Society of Business Ethics annual conference
Posted 3.24.17In addition to receiving the Founders' Award, Ames will also present his research at the conference to be held this August.
Professor Diana Bilimoria, PhD to give the keynote address at this year's Administrative Professionals Network Conference
Posted 3.20.17Bilimoria, KeyBank Professor and Department Chair for Organizational Behavior, will give the keynote address for the second annual Administrative Professionals Network Conference on Tuesday, April 11 in the Tinkham Veale University Center.
Gregory Lovins, MBA '99
Posted 3.20.17Gregory S. Lovins, MBA '99 has been elected as Vice President and Interim Chief Financial Officer of Avery Dennison Corporation.
Terrence S. Robinson, MBA '09/MPOD '12
Posted 3.20.17Terrence S. Robinson, MBA '09/MPOD '12, talked to Crain's Cleveland about his Weatherhead experience and pursuit of his professional passions as he leads the Early College Early Career program at MAGNET.
Hans Wang Interview on Junior Achievement
Posted 3.20.17Alexis Hayman sat down with first-year MBA student Hans Wang to learn about his volunteer experience with Junior Achievement.
George Havens, MBA '72
Posted 3.14.17George Havens (MBA '72) published his new book "Heroic Leaders: Visionary. Courageous," A conversation about life and the human spirit.
CWRU Places 2 of top 3 Finishers In National Student Startup Competition at SXSW
Congratulations Mikhail Oet, PhD '16 and Kalle Lyytinen on their recent publication
J.B. Silvers, PhD, breaks down the health care plan from the House of Representatives
Kalle Lyytinen, PhD, discusses one of his all-time favorite design innovations.
Chris Laszlo and Roberta Baskin discuss The Fourth Global Forum on this month's CWRU Spotlight Podcast
Sherry Sanger, PhD '16
Posted 3.9.17Sherry Sanger, PhD '16, won Best Paper in the "Innovation for Good" category at the American Marketing Association's Winter Education Conference on February 18, 2017.
Eric Johnson, BS '08/MBA '13
Posted 3.6.17Congratulations to Weatherhead alum, Eric Johnson, on his new position with Consolidated Precision Products Corporation!
Graduate students compete at Net Impact Case Competition in Boulder, Colorado
Posted 3.3.17Students from the Weatherhead School of Management and Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences competed in the 2017 Net Impact Case Competition. They tackled a case that addressed real-world issues around sustainability and business.
Faculty Feature: Prahalad Venkateshan, PhD, visiting associate professor of operations
Posted 3.3.17We sat down with Weatherhead's newest faculty member, Prahalad Venkateshan, PhD, visiting associate professor of operations, teaching operations management in the MBA program this semester.
Weatherhead students win CFA Society Cleveland's Research Challenge and move on to the Americas Regional competition
Posted 3.2.17A team of Weatherhead graduate students won the local 2017 CFA Institute Research Challenge and will compete in Seattle against other schools from across the continent in April.
Eddie Taylor Jr., EMBA '99
Posted 3.1.17Eddie Taylor Jr. (EMBA '99), President of Taylor Oswald, was recently added to the board of trustees of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.
Video: AIM2Flourish's Chris Laszlo Keynote Presentation at OECD
Posted 2.24.17Video of Fowler Center Executive Faculty Director Chris Laszlo's keynote presentation at the Feb 23-24, 2017 OECD workshop in Paris.
Devon Konikow, BS/MAcc '08
Posted 2.24.17Devon Konikow (BS/MAcc '08), CPA, and Audit Manager at Deloitte & Touche LLP, was recently featured in a company profile on Deloitte's website.
Case Western Reserve University Chosen to Host Young African Leaders Initiative Fellows this Summer
Chris Laszlo to Keynote Upcoming OECD Workshop Called “Measuring Business Impacts on People’s Wellbeing”
Posted 2.15.17Chris Laszlo, PhD, will present latest findings from AIM2Flourish, a transformative learning initiative.
CWRU panelists say immigrants and refugees are vital to Cleveland industry
Cleveland Clinic's new $276 million cancer hub boasts a 'pod' approach to care
Social networking as the production and consumption of a self
Posted 2.1.17Richard Boland, PhD, professor of Design & Innovation, and Iris S. Wolstein Professor of Management Design Kalle Lyytinen, PhD, teamed up with Weatherhead alumnus Michael Fisher, PhD ‘13, to collaborate on a research study published in Information and Organization
Honor for David Cooperrider, Founder of AIM2Flourish & Positive Psychology
STEX interviews Net Impact Case Competition teammates
Posted 1.31.17Alexis Hayman, director of Student Experience at Weatherhead, sat down with Muyiwa Oni, president of Net Impact student club and a second-year MBA student, as well as his Net Impact Case Competition teammates, to discuss their recent success in this national competition.
David Cooperrider to be honored as one of the founders of positive psychology
Posted 1.30.17David Cooperrider, PhD, will be honored as one of the founders of positive psychology by the Fifth World Congress On Positive Psychology.
Achieving a “level playing field” for women requires recognizing the intangibles of a job
Posted 1.20.17Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior Diane Bergeron pens this Op-Ed about the intangible functions of a job that often make it more difficult for women to advance in their careers.
Women in Organizational Leadership in 2017
Posted 1.20.17In this ongoing, monthly series, the Weatherhead School of Management will explore the challenges women and their employers face when trying to maximize their mutual success.
J.B. Silvers shares opinion pieces on the dismantling of the ACA
Posted 1.18.17J.B. Silvers, PhD, John R. Mannix Medical Mutual of Ohio Professor of Health Care Finance, has written op-ed pieces for The New York Times and Crain's Cleveland Business on the effects of the potential dismantling of the Affordable Care Act.
Margaret Drugovich, DM '04, named citizen of the year
Posted 1.12.17Hartwick College President Margaret L. Drugovich has been named “2016 Citizen of the Year” by local media outlets Hometown Oneonta, the Freeman’s Journal, and www.AllOtsego.com. Drugovich is a 2004 graduate of Weatherhead's Doctor of Management program.
Becoming the Business-Minded Designer: Industrial Designer Career Spotlight
Posted 1.10.17Wondering how industrial designers can find fulfillment in a lifelong career? Find out how to bypass creative burnout by growing your leadership skills.
Opinion: I’m a former health insurance CEO and this is what Obamacare repeal will do
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