John Veihmeyer (ACCT '77) is the global chairman of KPMG International and Elizabeth Tucker (ACCT '14) is a consultant for McKinsey & Company.
Leadership & Workplace Dynamics
International finance expert Jeffrey Bergstrand says the decision will "create stability in the global value chain."
Adapt to the needs and personalities of your team, advises management and organization professor Jia Hu.
Adam Arnold taught finance at Notre Dame for 30 years.
A challenging job market, not millennial laziness, may be one reason many young people find difficulty in entering the workforce, according to Jessica McManus Warnell, management and organization associate teaching professor.
Quinn (FIN '07) is a record-setting Notre Dame and National Football League quarterback who currently works as a a college and NFL broadcast game analyst.
Quick: You have a potential investor's attention while he waits for his cab, or you meet someone at a dinner party who works for your dream employer. Convincing this person in less than 30 seconds that you have a brilliant, profitable idea or are the smart, capable person they need to help their company grow is a tall order. But we know you have it in you—once you follow these six simple steps, that is.…
Mendoza is the top private school producer of consumer goods MBAs among 30 elite U.S. schools.
Business ethics associate teaching professor Joseph Holt says auto companies shouldn't play politics with President Trump.
Ken Kelley, professor of IT, analytics, and operations, is named to Poets & Quants 2017 "Best 40 Under 40 Professors" list.
Charlice Hurst, an expert on gender in the workplace, says an increase in women billionaires worldwide doesn't indicate systemic economic improvements for women.
Adjunct management professor Chris Stevens '74 speaks to the Woodworking Network.
Katherine Spiess started her career as a biochemist. Now she's stock market researcher and dedicated instructor.
There's a lot to consider when potentially dismissing an employee over a tweet, ethics expert Joseph Holt says in this CNBC op-ed.
It's best to hire a manager that complements the strengths of an existing team, according to new research by management and organization professor Jasmine Hu.
James O'Rourke IV, an expert in crisis communication, offers his opinion about the Oscar best picture blunder.
The mistake will do lasting damage to PwC's reputation, said James O'Rourke, professor of management at Notre Dame.
McDonald, a marketing major, has received The Luce Scholarship, which provides stipends, language training and individualized professional placement in Asia.
Jia (Jasmine) Hu, assistant professor of management and organization, says small business leaders will benefit from meeting with President Trump.
Shark Tank star explains why women are great entrepreneurs.
Make automobile software open to the public, writes Timothy Carone in this opinion piece for CNBC.
Men are less likely to deviate from gender norms because there are usually harsher punishments when they do, according to research by James Wilkie.
Gratitude can have a powerful impact if leaders and followers are open to giving and receiving gratitude, says Christopher Adkins, teaching professor and director of the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership.
In this article for TheStreet.com, James O'Rourke IV, teaching professor of managment, discusses the potential fate of the USPS without its governors.
KPMG CEO Lynne Doughtie and Mendoza Business Ethics Professor Ann Tenbrunsel will discuss issues surrounding ethical leadership that are shaping our business culture and the larger human community. The Nov. 18 panel discussion will be moderated by NBC's Anne Thompson.
Speakers from GE, Google, Spotify and other companies share best practices.
"Donald Trump's rigged-election claim is classic self-handicapping. However, it's important to note that successfully self-handicapping hinges on credibility and believability." — J. Michael Crant, management and organization professor.
When Donald Trump suggested he might not accept "rigged" results of the presidential election, he could be engaging in a classic type of excuse-making called "self-handicapping," according to Michael Crant, professor of management and organization.
World-class marketing leaders recently descended on South Bend, Indiana, for the first-annual Notre Dame Chief Marketing Officer Summit, presented by the Mendoza College of Business and Forbes CMO Network.
Dubbed “Meaningful Marketing: Putting People and Purpose at the Center of Brand Engagement,” the event…
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf's generous stock options may have prompted greater risk taking, says Adam Wowak, assistant professor of management.