Lewis Burton (BSBA ’65) understands the value of relationships in business and in life. Our first African-American graduate, he showed he could effect social change by developing strong ties with his classmates.
Backhanded flattery has consequences – but perhaps not what you would expect.
The first real-world experiment to measure the impact of stable scheduling practices involved 28 Gap stores over 10 months.
A bond forged while serving at Fort Bragg continues at UNC Kenan-Flagler where Charlotte Burnett and Michelle Kimbrough further honed their leadership skills.
The businessman turned prof draws on his experiences to help students and executives reach new heights.
Angelica Leigh is a PhD student whose research focuses on the diversity in organizations, such as the influence of racial and gender stereotypes on negotiation outcomes.
Shimul Melwani examines factors of the “dark side” of emotion in the workplace: gossip, frenemies, negativity, bad news and close-minded leaders.
CEO Jim Clifton discusses lessons learned from his most recent book with UNC students.
Dr. Adam Brown earned his MBA because he wanted to improve even more patients’ lives.
Abby Abena Asem (MBA ’06) has developed a distinct leadership style she describes as situational and empowering.