Jagadish Murthy, MBA '15
Posted 3.25.15Murthy has been offered the position of Senior Consultant with Deloitte Consulting's Tech Strategy and Analysis practice based out of Dallas, Texas.
Perspectives on what's driving our transitional economy
Posted 3.24.15Jack Kleinhenz and Susan Helper present their perspectives on the economy in transition and how consumer spending and manufacturing can contribute to continued economic growth at the 41st Bowers Economic Forecast Luncheon.
John Paul Stephens on aesthetics in design thinking
Damon Taseff, MBA ’08
Posted 3.20.15Damon Taseff travels to six cities across the globe as a participant in the Marshall Memorial Fellowship.
Top Two Tips on Open Forum
Posted 3.19.15Michael Goldberg, visiting assistant professor of design and innovation, contributes to this week's Top Two Tips for entrepreneurs on MSNBC's Open Forum
Paul Thallner, MPOD '09
Posted 3.17.15Paul Thallner credits his experience in the MPOD program with a significant personal transformation.
Mark Taylor receives 2015 Business Information Professional of the Year Award
Posted 3.12.15Professor Mark Taylor has been selected to receive the 2015 Business Information Professional of the Year award in the category of Education by Beta Alpha Psi.
Small business may be less innovative than you think
Posted 3.9.15Recent data produced by the US Patent and Trademark Office and the National Science Foundation suggest that small businesses are weaker at innovation than many observers have historically argued.
What can you Learn in a Day?
Posted 3.6.15What you learn in a day could change everything.
CNN Expansión ranks full-time MBA 33rd in the U.S. and in the top 55 worldwide
Vicenta Gaspar-Yoo, EMBA '11
Posted 3.2.15Vicenta Gaspar-Yoo, EMBA '11, is the new Chief Medical Officer at University Hospitals Bedford and Richmond Medical Centers.
Can income redistribution help fight depression?
Posted 2.26.15Research conducted by David Clingingsmith, associate professor of economics at Weatherhead, finds that increasing the relative tax burden of the rich can boost the well-being of society as a whole.
Love: The other four-letter word that drives your business
Posted 2.26.15Bill Paolillo, DM '15, presented this TEDx Talk about how love is disrupting the way we need to do business on the Internet in order to survive and thrive.
Mariana Amatullo, current PhD in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems student, interviewed
Posted 2.24.15Current PhD student Mariana Amatullo is interviewed by Impact Design Hub
How hackers think
Posted 2.23.15Timothy C. Summers, PhD in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems, explains the unique abilities of hackers, their motivations to hack systems, and their role in a technology-driven society.
Beyond the walls: Michael Goldberg and Alexis Komselis discuss entrepreneurship on TEDxHeraklion
Posted 2.23.15Michael Goldberg, visiting assistant professor of Design & Innovation, will record a TEDxHeraklion session in Greece February 28, 2015.
GBSA Executive Board
Posted 2.20.15Congratulations to the new Graduate Business Student Association Executive Board members, who will begin their terms next month.
Underwater: household finances after Hurricane Katrina
Posted 2.20.15New research by Justin Gallagher and Daniel Hartley shows that many of New Orleans’ residents saw a reduction to their overall debt after Hurricane Katrina.
Sherry Neubert, EMBA '07
Posted 2.13.15Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. appoints Sherry Neubert, EMBA '07, as vice president and CIO
Ineffective processes to blame for ineffective boards
Posted 2.5.15Simon Peck and Bernard Bailey's research on board process reveals that process is the only thing that ultimately matters in making constructive board decisions.
Aditya Rengaswamy, Undergraduate Accounting Major
Posted 2.4.15Current CWRU undergraduate Aditya Rengaswamy epitomizes the CWRU motto, "think beyond the possible."
Solange Charas, PhD in Management '14, on board diversity
Posted 1.30.15Solange Charas, PhD in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems '14, discusses the importance of board diversity and steps organizations can take to improve.
David Cooperrider named one of 28 "intellectual shamans of management thought"
Posted 1.30.15Cooperrider is listed among other management scholars in the book, Intellectual Shamans: Management Academics Making a Difference.
Flourishing Enterprise listed as one of top 36 books on sustainability
Posted 1.28.15Sustainable brands names Flourishing Enterprise one of the top 36 books on sustainability
A washing machine for those without running water
Posted 1.27.15Mariana Amatullo, current PhD in Management student, developed Designmatters, a global academic program that combines art and design with social entrepreneurship. "Gira Dora" is one of many projects that have been the result of the program.
Research Assistant - Federal Budget and Tax Policy
Weatherhead students place second in regional ACG Cup
Posted 1.20.15Students presented M&A and strategic financial advice to a panel of mock "management and board of directors of the subject company."
Weatherhead offers $30,000 scholarship for part-time MBA students
Posted 1.20.15All admitted applicants will be considered for the scholarship.
Saving Money in 2015
Posted 1.16.15William Mahnic, associate professor of banking and finance, explains the correlation between personal health and wealth.
Robin Dubin discusses tax changes for Forest City on NPR
Posted 1.15.15Economics Chair says "real estate investment trust," or REIT status for Forest City Enterprises will cut what the company pays in corporate taxes.
Kathleen Buse, Faculty Director for Women in STEM, speaking at Gender Pay Gap Luncheon
Posted 1.15.15The Women's Leadership Council will host a gender pay gap discussion and luncheon on Tuesday, February 3 at 11:30 a.m. at Pine Ridge Country Club
AACSB names Dr. Tom Robinson, MAcc '83, PhD '93, new President and CEO
Posted 1.12.15As President and CEO, Tom will work alongside the AACSB International Board and AACSB’s global network of staff, members, and volunteers to bridge AACSB’s current and prospective visioning initiatives
Mark H. Taylor discusses the "flipped classroom"
Posted 1.8.15What happens in the classroom when accounting students watch the lectures of another professor? Taylor discusses the changing role of teachers and students in the flipped classroom.
MOOC panelists from around the world connect at The City Club in Cleveland
Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence 7th most popular MOOC course in 2014
Posted 1.8.15Richard Boyatzis' MOOC on leadership and emotional intelligence was the 7th most popular online course in 2014