Crisis communications expert James O’Rourke discusses the mistakes Toyota made in dealing with the faulty accelerator crisis, and what the company should to do to recover its reputation.
Prof. James O’Rourke, director of the Fanning Center for Business Communication, is featured in this article
The Hartman Series in Land Conservation Finance is a new spring speaker series at the Mendoza College that brings in experts on land conservation strategies.
The Notre Dame Executive Education is offering a new leadership development program aimed at high-performing managers and supervisors. The program emphasizes the integration of personal and organizational values into larger leadership skills.
Ethics Week 2010 invited a range of speakers, including Bishop Kevin Rhoades and Father John Jenkins, to discuss issues surrounding the abortion debate.
Matthew Knott (ND ’92)
As part of the Ten Year’s Hence series on the future of capitalism, IDEO partner Fred Dust will explain how design thinking might change the way business approaches problem solving.
A Notre Dame MBA team is among a select field of international b-schools competing in the Wake Forest 2010 Marketing Summit. The challenge posed by sponsor IBM asks the students to provide ideas for its Smarter Cities initiative.
Jason Konesco (ND, ’94)
In this commentary, Michael Benson, president of Southern Utah University, offers career advice that includes his current decision to seek a Master of Nonprofit Administration at the Mendoza College of Business.