Celebrating the MBA and MAC Classes of 2020
MBA and MAC graduates celebrate what’s most important.
Professor Katrijn Gielens’ research gives strategies for meeting shoppers’ needs and driving sales revenues.
When you and your partner both want to earn MBAs, what’s the best approach? With two careers, two personalities, finances and a relationship to balance, it’s a complicated decision. At UNC Kenan-Flagler, couples have options.
During our virtual roundtables with HR and L&D leaders, several key talent challenges emerged.
Dean Doug Shackelford sent a message to students, faculty and staff on the eve of the 2020 elections.
Whitnie Low Narcisse (MBA ’16) built her entrepreneurial and leadership skills at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Elad Sherf shows an effective framework for getting employee input.
Cameron Keating (BSBA '21), UNC Women's Soccer Undergraduate Assistant Coach and former player, sees the connections between high performance in soccer and the tech industry.
Kate Shallcross Welbourn (MBA ’07) is using her business acumen to support the search for a cure for a deadly pediatric cancer.
Professor Nick Didow (BSBA ’70, MBA ’73) received the top faculty award for outstanding public service on University Day.
Steven D. Bell (BA ’67) pledges $25 million for the new building for UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, which will be named in his honor.
Kevin Clark’s (BSBA ’99) purpose in life is to help individuals and organizations reach their respective potentials.
This is an excellent time to position yourself for opportunities that will arise in the future and to bolster the value you bring to your current organization.
An ancient curse has particular relevance today: “May you live in interesting times.” These are interesting times indeed. The COVID-19 pandemic is the thir...
Professor Elad Sherf explores obstacles to fairness and tactics you can use to overcome them.