Organizations represented included The Home Depot, Turner Media and Atlanta Regional Commission. Former Chik-Fil-A CMO Steve Robinson gave the keynote address.
As a successful brand manager and strategist, Andrew Rodbell 04MBA worked for a who’s who of top tier companies before a 70’s cover band concert inspired him to go his own way…producing cocktails in a can.
Leading inventors, investors and entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry discussed innovation in healthcare on the RAISE Forum “Rise” Panel, an event that provides interested members of the public an opportunity to network and hear from industry experts ahead of the biannual RAISE Forum.
What if there was an app exclusively for food that combined the best features of Postmates and Instagram? What if you could tap on your friend’s photo and order that exact dish all in one app? Self-proclaimed foodie and entrepreneur Matthew Bouchner 20BBA has attempted to create just this app with MealMe.
Students accepted to the BBA program attended Orientation at Kaplan Mitchell Retreat Center August 25 – 26. The overnight retreat is designed to facilitate students’ transition into the BBA program while beginning the process of building leadership capacities like resilience, interdependence, and coping with risk and ambiguity.
This year, 41 Goizueta students set off to spend the Fall semester in 11 different countries across four continents. In turn, Goizueta welcomed 48 students to the United States. Siddhant Jalan is here from Singapore Management University.
Goizueta’s Business Communication Strategy class offered in the BBA program is centered around a case study competition. This semester, students focused on data analysis and collection as they developed communication strategies for SurveyMonkey.
Eleven Goizueta MBA candidates traveled to Johannesburg to attend the fourth annual Advancing Healthcare Innovation in Africa conference, which supports innovative health products and services created by Africans for Africans.
Associate Dean of Graduate Admissions Melissa Rapp and other experts detail the one-year MBA and how its popularity in Europe may be moving to the United States.
Assistant Professor of Gonzalo Maturana and colleagues find that leaders that cheat at home are more likely to cheat at work.