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.
“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.”
Alumnus Jon Keen describes lessons learned at the Gettysburg Leadership Experience, an effort by the school to put faculty, students and staff in learning situations in the context of one of the largest Civil War battles.
In 1964, Sidney Poitier became the first African American to win an Academy award for best actor in a leading role for “Lilies of the Field.” It took another 38 years for another African American, Denzel Washington, to win the award for his role in “Training Day.”
Goizueta’s Tom Smith writes for Fortune: Two of the top GOP presidential contenders each claim professional creds that trump political experience (pun intended).
It’s never too early to get a jump start on summer reading (yes, it’s not just a high school thing). As head of leadership initiatives at Goizueta, here’s a list… Read more »