There are hot-button words used in business, but consider the words “why” or “how”? Jeff Brown and Dan Wallace, speakers at the UST MBA Master’s Connection, want to challenge how your “How” is invaluable, marketable, and empowering.
Each section of the GMAT test will require you to brush up on material that you may or may not have learned at some point during your formative education years, but in the event that you are a little rusty or have no clue where to begin, especially in the quantitative section, consider checking out Khan Academy.
The US adult entertainment industry brings in close to $12 billion annually. Due to this success, a bit of investigation is deserved to see if there are some lessons we can extract and extrapolate to sustainable business.
Arrows on the Twin Cities real estate chart pointed upward for the fifth consecutive month, according to the Residential Real Estate Price Report Index, a monthly analysis of the 13-county Twin Cities area prepared by the Shenehon Center for Real Estate at the University of St. Thomas’ Opus College of Business
There are many possible tenants that could fit into the space held by Neiman Marcus, a high-end retailer in downtown Minneapolis for about 20 years. Before a new tenant comes to town, It is important to conduct a Market Analysis process for this particular site.
Whether health care reform remains as a law or a concept, it is clear in Minnesota and elsewhere in the country that providers have begun to move in the direction that the legislation intended. In this interactive session, panelists brought to the table a unique perspective about the current health care system and the necessary moves to a better future for their organization.
Early findings from the UST Work and Well-Being Study suggest that resources directed towards employee well-being lead to a productive, fully engaged staff. The study explores the relationship between work performance and well-being and retentionin all facets of an employee's life.
Business students from the Fachhochschule Trier will visit St. Thomas (May 27th to June 1st) to engage in simulated contract negotiations with St. Thomas students as part of the International Business Law course.
Nicole Williams, connection director at LinkedIn, talks about key factors you should consider when making that big decision to get a graduate degree and what you need to figure out beforehand to get the most out of the program.
During U.S. Bank Financial Education Day, 100 Minneapolis high school students recently filled the halls of UST's Minneapolis campus to increase their financial literacy and take charge of their personal finances.
Check out a few aspects the GMAT creators take into consideration regarding bias. The GMAT creators are attempting to eliminate hidden biases, as they can add an additional layer of challenge to an already difficult test for international and minority students.
Kris Sharockman, director of the University of St. Thomas MS in Accountancy program shares how she can make a difference to the Haitian community and fulfill the St. Thomas mission of working to advance the common good.
There are various ways to address the most common questions of an MBA application essay. The staff at The University of St. Thomas MBA admissions office have shared a couple of tips regarding this important subject.
The Global Business Education (GBE) Initiative from the Opus College of Business, has open a new blog to begin building a community of individuals with an active interest in the development of meaningful globally-oriented experiences.
Three Opus College of Business students discuss some of the lessons learned by organizing the first-ever Midwest Tomato Fest.
The event founders used their entrepreneurial, marketing and business skills to throw 200,000 pounds of overripe tomatoes
To many people, the discipline of “operations” calls to mind the mundane movements of assembly lines, or perhaps the landscape of boxes in a warehouse. But Dr. Sheneeta White sees operations differently, and brings her perspective to her students at both the undergraduate and MBA level.