Inspired by his experiences in the military, Army veteran Nick Black (MBA '13) set out to Stop Soldier Suicide.
Helping business professionals develop the cross-cultural savvy required for global business success is the aim of a new certificate program offered by the Global Business Center.
Success depends on using strategic priorities to decide when and where to compete, says UNC Kenan-Flagler marketing professor William Putsis.
A seminar in Chapel Hill will help business schools develop their leadership curriculum.
Your career search shouldn’t break for the holidays, say UNC Kenan-Flagler career management experts.
Changes in expectations drive the need for innovation in healthcare, say panelists at the UNC Kenan-Flagler Healthcare Conference.
Healthcare marketing is shifting from a product to service focus, say panelists at the UNC Kenan-Flagler Healthcare Conference.
Mentors can make the difference between moving up in a company and being stuck in the same job, say panelists at the Carolina Women in Business conference.
At the front lines of entrepreneurship, great risk often comes with great reward, say panelists at the Carolina Women in Business conference.
Healthcare providers must adapt to needs of better-informed and savvy patients, said panelists at the third annual Healthcare Conference hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is important for career success, said experts at the Carolina Women in Business conference.
Entrepreneurs share lessons and resources at the Careers in Sustainability Forum.
Sustainability and CSR are increasingly important for organizations, say panelists from the Careers in Sustainability Forum at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Alumni share career paths in sustainability and energy fields.
His global business education prepared Prem Thomas (BSBA ’05) for a career at the intersection of finance, sustainability and entrepreneurship.
When American executives need help preparing for negotiations in a Beijing boardroom or Chinese managers seek advice on how to best introduce products to the U.S. market, they turn to international management consultant Joy Huang (MBA ’99).
Long-time Kenan-Flagler faculty member Jack Evans is serving his third term as interim dean. He has earned UNC's trust and appreciation as the “go to” leader at important times of change.
“In picking your MBA program, you’re choosing a community,” she said. “You need to choose one that’s going to help be the type of person and business leader that you want to be.”
The economy collapsed within a year after Google had hired Brent Callinicos (BSBA ’87, MBA ’89) to build a world-class treasury. But four years later, the amount of cash he manages has tripled, and the number of employees in the treasury has increased sevenfold.
MBA student leverages leadership development, global opportunities to gain consulting position.
The 12th annual Real Estate Conference brought industry professionals and members of the UNC Kenan-Flagler real estate community to share perspectives on the industry’s trajectory.
As a student in the Global OneMBA® Program, Marc Ross (’08) received a first-hand, in-depth look at China and its role in the international economy. Five years later, he is helping ensure that the U.S.-China commercial relationship thrives in his role at the U.S.-China Business Council.
UNC Kenan-Flagler is transforming its alumni magazine to a digital platform. The spring issue of UNC Business is the first produced and distributed using Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), and the UNC Kenan-Flagler iPad application provides interactive functionality.
UNC Kenan-Flagler has been a leader in real estate education for 40 years, developing students’ knowledge and technical skills so they can build successful careers in real estate. Today a growing number of women MBA students are attracted to the field – and thriving.Next 20 Stories