Viva Bartkus, associate professor of management, is recognized for work with Army in stabilizing post-conflict countries.
Ann E. Tenbrunsel has made a career out of studying a concept called “ethical fading” – or simply put, why good people do bad things.
Tenbrunsel, the David E. Gallo Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, co-authored a book in 2011, “Blind Spots: Why We Fail to Do What's Right and What to Do about It,” examining the topic. The researchers studied real-life examples of profound ethical failures, such as Enron, sales of the defective Ford Pinto, the downfall of Bernard Madoff and the Challenger space shuttle disaster. They found a common theme: Individuals like to believe they will stand up for what’s right, but they all too often overestimate their ability to do so, and end up acting in unethical ways without having the intention.…
The Mendoza College of Business expands its Michigan Avenue Campus for graduate and executive business programs.
Vennli, a South Bend marketing firm, received the Tech Services Award for IT to Support Go-to-Market during TechPoint’s 16th Annual Mira Awards Gala in Indianapolis.
Barry Salzberg, CEO of Deloitte Global, delivered the address during the Mendoza College of Business’ 2015 Graduate Commencement and Diploma Ceremony.
The Mendoza College of Business new institute, the Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing, will greatly advance investment-management research and educational outreach on a worldwide scale.
Zimmer, S.J., an associate adjunct professor of management at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, organized the students into teams and made the exercise a competition. So how did they do? Here’s a short list of what they traded up for:…
Finance expert and former McDonald's VP Jerry Langley says McDonald's focus on refranchising to improve customer service and menu quality should help turn around its two-year sales slump.
At 6 a.m. on May 3, Michael Meyer will start off on a 30-mile trek that will take him around the University of Notre Dame campus 20 times. The reason for the Notre Dame accountancy teacher's trek is part of a story that goes back four years and thousands of miles to a small, very poor country in equatorial Africa, Burkina Faso.
Wolf & Shepherd takes top prize at the McCloskey Business Plan Competition.
Two teams of University of Notre Dame MBA students received first- and second-place prizes during the Arthur W. Page Society 2015 Case Study Competition. The Society, which announced the awards April 2, sponsors the annual competition in alliance with the Institute for Public Relations for the writing of original case studies by students pursuing a degree focused on corporate communications and public relations.…
U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Graduate Business School survey ranks the program 25th in the country.
Barry Salzberg will address students from five master's programs on May 16.
Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand was elected as president of the International Economics and Finance Society, international organization of academic and professional economists.
U.N. Ethics Office director, Joan Dubinsky, to present on February 12.
Mendoza professors Bill McDonald and Timothy Loughran recently won the inaugural Hillcrest Behavioral Finance Award for their paper, “The Use of Word Lists in Textual Analysis."
Kevin O'Leary, also known as Mr. Wonderful on the TV show Shark Tank, will talk about what it takes to be an entrepreneur during a visit on Nov. 21 to the Mendoza College of Business.
Mendoza College of Business ranked 14th in the nation for mid-career earnings of its alumni, according to the 2014-15 PayScale College Salary “Best Business Schools” Report.
The 2014 Boardroom Insights Speaker Series invites senior executives from top companies to discuss current trends in their industries.
The Berges Lecture Series is an annual fall series featuring senior executives discussing current issues in business ethics.
Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference kicks off with a keynote talk by Dr. Jordan Kassalow, founder of VisionSpring.
Don Kleinmuntz has been named as director of the Notre Dame Master of Science in Business Analytics, a new program launching in Chicago in January 2015.
Management Professor Tim Judge 2014 receives Scholarly Achievement Award, given by the Human Resource Division of the Academy of Management for the most significant article published during 2013.
Gianna Bern has been named the director of the Master of Science in Finance program set to launch in January 2015.
Marketing Professor John Sherry’s paper into how companies’ manage changing their market orientation recently won a major research award.
Poets & Quants rated the Notre Dame Executive MBA as 15th in the world in its newly released ranking.
The Mendoza College will offer a new master of finance and a master of business analytics at the Notre Dame Chicago campus.