It may be a generation away, but there will be a day in our society when it’s a surprise that a human driver has arrived your door step. The lifestyle and cultural shift would move at a pace where leaving for work or meeting friends at a restaurant will be done almost exclusively with an autonomous vehicle.
Gut instincts and judgment calls are among the most valuable pieces of knowledge. Typically, that is developed over years, or decades, of work in a focused area, such as education, healthcare, law enforcement or finance.
Gurbani Singh doesn’t hesitate to point to her main mentor in business. Her father, a native of New Delhi, India, moved to the U.S. in 1990, earned an MBA from University of Texas-Austin, and has made a 25-year career working for FedEx in Memphis, Tennessee, where she grew up.
The members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are not exactly household names. They also don’t come with many shared experiences as, say, The Beatles. As Cheryl LaFleur said during a recent visit to the Goizueta Business School, FERC is more like The Monkees or the Spice Girls.
As Frank Blake progressed into the highest levels of leadership in business, he acquired several key pieces of advice along the way.
A groundbreaking new convenience store concept recently launched by Amazon is set to test the trajectory of how technology will be integrated in the retail industry going forward.
A mechanism to connect people who have deep experience and insights into entrepreneurship has arrived at the Goizueta Business School, another resource for students looking to start companies.
Breakthrough research headed by a team of marketing professors, including Goizueta’s Assistant Professor of Marketing Daniel McCarthy, reveals how investors can better predict a company’s worth.
On the surface, and according to most news reports about the pending move, the city that lands Amazon’s second headquarters will be universally trumpeted as a success. However, two Goizueta… Read more »
While the initial shock of a tremendously personal data breach of Equifax has subsided, two Goizueta Business School professors have said the fallout could go on for years, or even a decade.