Judd, ’99 M.B.A., will be on campus for the Opus College of Business Master’s Pub on September 28 to share his stories from the sale of Compellent Technologies, an Eden Prairie-based provider of highly-virtualized storage solutions.
The UST MBA team will be the only Minnesota team traveling to participate in the 2012 National Black MBA Association/Chrysler Case Competition.Our team will be competing with teams representing other top business schools from around the country.
It’s been awhile since Dave Nimmer has been a college student, but he’ll never forget those freshman jitters. He can’t do much to calm them for this year’s batch of new Tommies, but in The Scroll today he does offer sound advice that should make their first semester run more smoothly.
What’s the best way to reward an associate without wreaking havoc on team dynamics? In an ideal scenario, everyone on the team should understand the criteria for rewards and have the same opportunity and resources to achieve the reward.
The popular Swedish home furniture products company IKEA has its sights set on expanding its well-known footprint. The next endeavor for the company revolves around building entire communities where people will be able to live, work, stay and play.
Michael Porter, director of the Master of Business Communication program shares his thoughts on best practices in accounting for a social media consultant.
Watch a five hour football photo shoot in a minute and a half and see what went into the making of this year’s schedule poster and media guide cover.
Susan Alexander had fun this summer at St. Thomas, although she finds it a distinctly different season and time of year to hang around on campus. Read about her charming summer today in The Scroll, and how she is ready for a invigorating fall, too.
A domino scenario exhibits a couple of management issues that significantly impact communication, marketing and branding issues in your customer experience.
Solome Tibebu, recent UST graduate, has been declared the winner of the student division of the Minnesota Cup, an annual statewide new venture competition.
If you walk into that 8 a.m. meeting or class with a wrinkled polo shirt half way tucked in and trousers that are a little too tight, why should your boss trust you with that important time sensitive project? Howard Leifman, a HR Consultant, and Heather Tran from Theory give business professionals basic tips on how to “dress for success”.
Armstrong claims the system was biased, and chose to no longer fight the doping charges leveled against him. “There comes a point in every man’s life when he has to say, ‘Enough is enough,’” the seven-time Tour de France winner and Olympic bronze medalist said in his announcement. “For me, that time is now.”
John Wendt sheds some light on the arbitration process and why Armstrong may have made his decision.
While most MBA programs have orientation sessions of various lengths, we at the University of St. Thomas host Launch Week. Launch is a time to get acclimated to the expectations of MBA life as well as get to know the group of people with whom the Class of 2014 will spend the next 21-months.
If you are the State Fair and you wander by the Education Building. Come and say hi to the volunteers from St. Thomas and don’t forget to ask about the UST MBA program
The board of directors of the Carlson Companies has selected chief financial officer and OCB alumna Trudy Rautio ’84 M.B.A., a 15-year Carlson executive, to replace outgoing CEO Hubert Joly in heading the company
Nick Serratore points a small flashlight at the counter in an Owens Science Hall chemistry lab and thumbs the “on” button with his right hand. Nothing happens.
The process of effective evaluation helps to set and maintain standards of performance, to measure progress, to recognize achievement, and to motivate others. However, providing negative feedback is not always eassy.
According to the Minnesota Grape Growers Association, the Upper Mississippi River Valley may soon be top of mind when looking for good wine.
You can be whatever you want to be. We say that a lot, but what we really mean is: You can be whatever you want to be, but first you need a college degree. Freakonomics Radio took a look at the value of education and the dark-side of educational credentials (fake diplomas!).
Immigration will never cease to be a hot-button topic. In times of economic crisis, xenophobia often rears its head. Unauthorized migrants get painted with broad strokes – labeled as terror- ists, job stealers and criminals. But a counter narrative must be told – one of inclusion, democracy, family values and fairness.
While many spectators enjoy the great athleticism and sportsmanship that takes place during the Olympic Games, it can be easy to overlook the economic and real estate development that the Olympic Games can provide for the host city