For once, Zander Lurie 99JD/MBA was tired of being the lone outsider in the room.
Business, like chess, offers many paths to success. A well-defined strategy is one approach. Another is taking advantage of a trend or unexpected opportunity. But, sometimes, there’s a chance to execute multiple options.
For more than 15 years, the unbeatable team of Joanna Green and James Freeman has served the Goizueta community, often in anonymity.
It’s Saturday afternoon, and Peter Topping, associate professor in the practice of organization & management, is outside the Executive MBA Program lounge in the Goizueta Foundation Center building. He’s preparing to explain the Birkman Method to a small but vested group: the partners of his executive MBA students.
Shortly after Shehzad Mian began teaching in Goizueta’s executive MBA program, he had an ah-ha moment. As he scanned the classroom, he took inventory of the collective knowledge seated in front of him.
Millennials are fast making their mark on the nation. With older members well established in businesses, others creating ground breaking start-up companies, and younger ones moving into society and the workforce, they are a multifaceted generation influencing how, why, and where real estate is being developed.
Vanessa Youshaei 13BBA is not afraid of hard work. In fact, the drive to succeed was instilled in her at an early age
Jeffrey Busse, associate professor of finance, started his professional life working at Honeywell’s
Minneapolis location as an electrical engineer.
Goizueta faculty, using rigorous methodologies, focus on researching important problems that affect the practice of business. The following is a sample of recently created new knowledge. To learn more, please visit goizueta.emory.edu/faculty.
Raul Buenaventura 10MEMBA remembers the first day of his Introduction to Entrepreneurship class at Goizueta.