What if everybody ran? Mizuno USA asked. UNC Kenan-Flagler answered.
The Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center is expanding to accommodate the growing demand for Executive Development programs.
Inspired by his experiences in the military, Army veteran Nick Black (MBA '13) set out to Stop Soldier Suicide.
The new app showcases faculty’s research in a format with far broader reach and more engagement.
An orientation event engaged MBA students in a new kind of teamwork and community -- the kind that changes lives.
Partisanship seems to be paralyzing Washington, says Cokie Roberts.
Changes in how work is performed and outsourced can aid economic development and benefit a company’s bottom line.
Leading isn’t about setting rules or issuing edicts, says Gamble (BSBA '85).
Faculty research shows that patent strategies can stymie innovation.
On Twitter, Starbucks has more than 2.5 million followers. Whole Foods, more than 2.6 million. What more could a brand ask for?
In 2005 Matt Williamson, the outgoing president of the MBA Student Association, challenged Kenan-Flagler to become a full partner with Habitat to build affordable homes. So far Kenan-Flagler has partially funded four houses and fully funded eight houses to the tune of $334,000. In addition to our local builds every weekend, groups of MBA students have also helped to build four international houses in Guatemala and Honduras.
In today’s post, UNC Kenan-Flagler professor Dave Roberts shares his insight on identifying influence in the workplace and pushing forward new ideas with those who matter.
We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of 5,532 alumni, students, faculty, staff, friends, corporations, foundations and organizations who contributed to UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School in fiscal year 2012. This number represents a 6 percent increase over our total number of donors last year.
Thank you for investing in the current and future success of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. We are better because of you.
More than 300 students have taken advantage of Kenan-Flagler’s unique Working Languages™ program since its inception in 1999 under the leadership of Dr. Lynne Gerber and later Maria Elena Rodriguez.
The Working Languages courses, offered through the UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), are designed for business students to develop communication skills in a foreign language necessary for an international business environment. Students learn through a combination of online classes, conversation hours with native speakers and in-country immersions over spring break. Currently classes are offered in Spanish, Portuguese and Mandarin.
We are pleased to announce that we have started a UNC Kenan-Flagler Research Paper Series with the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), a multidisciplinary online repository of scholarly research and related material.
Thanks to the generosity of L. Gordon Pfefferkorn Jr. (BSBA ’52), more UNC Kenan-Flagler students are able to study and travel abroad as part of their business education.
UNC Kenan-Flagler alumnus D. Keith Pigues (MBA ’93) recently celebrated his first year as dean of the School of Business and tenured professor of management at North Carolina Central University. Not only is he making an impact in this new role, but his accomplishments and contributions as a business executive, speaker, thought leader and author have been recognized by a variety of organizations including Inc.Magazine, Frost & Sullivan, Canadian Marketing Association,BtoB Magazine, the American Marketing Association and CNBC, just to name a few.
What exactly does it mean to “walk the talk” when it comes to sustainable companies? A group of UNC students recently found the answer when they visited TS Designs in Burlington, North Carolina as part of a UNC Kenan-Flagler Sustainability in Action TREK.