A Carolina trio brought home an award for research relevant to the professional practice of accounting.
Rolf K. Hoffmann (MBA '87) is the former senior vice president of U.S. commercial operations for Amgen.
The intention to quit can change employees’ behavior while they’re still on the job.
The executives began their studies in 2014 in Washington, D.C. with students from OneMBA partner schools coming from China, Brazil, Mexico and the Netherlands.
UNC Kenan-Flagler ranked in the top 10 in two global rankings of research productivity.
Little will continue his service to the Kenan Institute in his new leadership role.
Professor Brad Staats' article "Why Organizations Don't Learn" received the 2016 Warren Bennis Prize.
Developing resiliency is the focus of a new leadership program offered by UNC Executive Development June 8-10.
The win capped off a banner year of case competition victories for the Undergraduate Business Program.
Business leaders view inclusiveness and diversity as critical to attracting and retaining top talent, according to a UNC Executive Development study.
The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is up three spots from the last ranking.
MBA students play the role of VCs at the 19th annual VCIC, an event with learning and networking opportunities for top students, VC firms and startups.
Working professionals will be able to expand their skills and knowledge in key business disciplines through online studies.
Dickinson will use the center’s funding to undertake the project “It’s Everyone’s Business: An Analysis of Gender Diversity and Business Schools.”
The April 22 golf tournament benefits local charities supporting children who are battling serious illnesses.
Industry and academic leaders in global strategy, marketing, operations and finance will focus on the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Latin America, Asia and Africa.
The full-time MBA Program is ranked No. 16, up two spots from last year. The EMBA Program is ranked No. 10 again.
Box-office revenues are 149% higher in films with multiple black actors in leading roles compared to films with no black actors.
UNC Kenan-Flagler has set a 24-hour fundraising challenge for our community.
The Foundations of Capital Markets certificate program combines world-class academics with practical, real-world financial training.
Best practices in analytics will be discussed and shared by leading college and professional basketball experts and corporate partners.
Professionals in business, policy and academia gather Feb. 18-19 for problem-solving and planning to foster leadership and growth in North Carolina’s clean tech industry.
AACSB honors The Leadership App, which showcases the Leadership Program and serves as a course app for the one-of-a-kind Leadership Immersion.
UNC Kenan-Flagler will hold information sessions Feb. 12-13.
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