Business, done right can be a catalyst for so much good. So, as we celebrate 100 years of business education at Emory University, I thought it important to honor the spirit of change that pushes us forward by recognizing some of the many people who make Goizueta great.
It’s been just more than a year since I issued a call to the Atlanta business community to step up efforts in gender equality. I’m very grateful to the Atlanta Business Chronicle for publishing an op-ed and continuing to take time to recognize “women who mean business.”
Business plays a vital role in solving society’s problems. This has been true for generations — from early instances of trade to today’s complex and connected international economies.
Dear alumni and friends, The end of the year is a time not only for reflection but also for looking forward with great anticipation. This issue of Emory Business is… Read more »
“Next month, Americans will go to the polls and, for the first time, see a woman as a major party’s nominee for President,” writes Dean Erika James writes for the Atlanta Business Chronicle. “But tomorrow, Americans can open the paper or go online and see another story about the pay gap.”
Public attention and research depicting the experiences of women in business schools and corporate America is tiresome. Almost every day I read a story addressing gender imbalance in the workplace. I sigh,… Read more »
Dear alumni and friends, Spring is a time for new beginnings. It’s also the time for graduation—the start of a new journey for our undergraduates, MBAs, MPAs and PhD candidates…. Read more »
When I was approached about the feature topic of balancing the convenience of technology with the risk of information sharing, I was intrigued. Like most people, I find myself using technology a lot.
Business education has been an integral part of Emory University’s identity for nearly 100 years. That kind of longevity and significance is evidence we are doing something right. As dean… Read more »