Each year, communication professionals from some of the world's largest companies gather at Notre Dame for the Conference on Corporate Communication. They share best practices as well as stories of failure, and they all abide by the conference's one rule: Nothing discussed leaves the room.
DeShone Kizer, ND quarterback and Mendoza student, faithfully supports his girlfriend as she battles cancer. New York Times reports.
Bob Anderson, leadership expert and adjunct professor at Mendoza College of Business, will sign copies of his new book, Mastering Leadership, at the Hammes Notre Dame bookstore on Dec. 2.
Slaggert became the director of Mendoza's executive education program in October, which includes the Notre Dame Executive MBA as well as non-degree programs.
Taking the GMAT exam intimidates many prospective MBA students. The Notre Dame MBA just introduced an online simulation tool that allows individuals to practice taking the exam as many times as they want -- for free.
Forbes highlights EGI Haiti, its founder, Stephen Keppel (MARK '03), and the entrepreneurship bootcamp run by Notre Dame MBA candidates.
The KPMG global chairman and ND accounting alum talked about life at a "Big Four" accounting firm and the higher purpose of business during an Oct. 30 lecture.
"Management attention should be directed toward enhancing motivation to benefit others," says Jasmine Hu, assistant management professor, regarding her newly published study in the Academy of Management Journal.
Zahra, who was hand-selected by Pope Francis to lead the Vatican's historic effort to reform its financial practices, spoke before a filled Eck Center auditorium about the reasons for the pope's initiatives as well as recent controversies surrounding two books and a well-publicized lawsuit.
Colin Dunn (ND MBA '14) made it into the news when he sank a hole-in-one during a golf outing, won a new BMW convertible and then donated the cash value to charity. But the real story lies in the 10 minutes between his winning the car and giving it back.
CNBC interviews Mendoza Management Professor Tim Judge about the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy Wolfe.
Colin Dunn (MBA '14) made an amazing hole-in-one during a charity golf tournament. But it was his decision to donate the entire value of the car that sparked this Washington Post story.
The 2015 Irish Impact Conference featured keynote speaker Andi Phillips, a vice president in the Urban Investment Group at Goldman Sachs.
"The program’s success is based on producing value-driven leaders who live authentically, practice transparency, and build community" — Poets & Quants
Bolivian economist L. Enrique García Rodríguez, chief executive officer of the CAF Development Bank of Latin America, will speak on Thursday (Nov. 12) in the Hesburgh Center auditorium.