Talent development professionals report an increase in demand for high-potential talent in their organizations, but many state that the current talent pool does not meet their anticipated future needs, according to a new survey conducted by the UNC Kenan-Flagler.
The Financial Times has again ranked the custom executive education programs of the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School among the best in the world.
UNC Kenan-Flagler named its real estate center in honor of alumnus Leonard W. Wood, founder of Wood Partners, L.L.C., of Atlanta.
Strategies for firms in emerging markets that want to build global consumer brands will be the focus of a webinar offered by UNC Kenan-Flagler marketing professor J.B. Steenkamp on May 16.
Scholars from a number of universities have created a consortium for research on private equity based at UNC Kenan-Flagler. The Private Equity Research Consortium (PERC) will conduct and promote research on how these private capital investments affect both financial results and broader economic issues.
The 2013 UNC Real Estate Conference will be held April 18. Organized by the Center for Real Estate Development, the event draws professionals from all industry segments to UNC to discuss real estate and capital markets topics.
A redesign of the evening and weekend Executive MBA (EMBA) programs provides more convenience and new features for the working professionals.
Runners are wanted for “Heels 4 Homes 5K” to benefit the “House that Kenan-Flagler Built.”
Tim Belk (MBA ’81) will give the opening keynote address at the second annual UNC Retail Conference April 12.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Undergraduate Business Program at No. 10 in the United States.
“The Smart Math of Mixed-Use Development” will be the topic of a public talk by Joe Minicozzi, an Asheville-based land economics expert and real estate developer, on March 21 at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Sreedhari Desai is an organizational behavior professor and an artist. She will donate proceeds from her upcoming art show, which opens March 23, to benefit the Habitat “House that Kenan-Flagler Built.”
Carolina Women in Business will host its annual conference, “Unlock Your Potential: Creating Opportunities with Impact,” on March 22.
Meena Dorr is named director of career and professional development for the EMBA Programs.
A student delegation from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, led by professor Paul Friga, Director of Consulting Concentrations and Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship visited the Zayed University Campus in Dubai.
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and the UNC School of Medicine have established the MBA Fellowship Program for School of Medicine faculty seeking an MBA.
Tomorrow, representatives from the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) will visit the UNC-Chapel Hill campus to discuss the role and impact of nanomanufacturing in the U.S. economy.
The University of North Carolina and Tsinghua University have launched a dual-degree Executive MBA (EMBA) program in China that fuses the disciplines of business and engineering.
The University of North Carolina will host a symposium on “Water and Energy in the Crosshairs: Collisions and Synergies” Feb. 6-8.
Bob McDonald's talk will include an overview of P&G's Global Water Project.
Today, director of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Dr. Joseph DeSimone visited Wilmington, NC to explore potential partnerships between MARBIONC, UNC Wilmington and the Kenan Institute.
Undergraduate students from around the world are invited to develop their business leadership and entrepreneurial skills in a summer immersion offered by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Today, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise leaders visited the American Underground to explore a potential partnership to promote entrepreneurship.
Joe DeSimone, director of UNC-Chapel Hill's Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, will give an inventor’s perspective on medical technology transfer Nov. 29 at Partnering for Cures in New York City.Next 20 Stories