Establishing brand expectations represents a “must do” in order to get someone to try your product or service, but delivering on those expectations may be even more important.
At the urging of one of his professors, Aaron Engler ’12 M.B.A., entered a restaurant ranking idea into the Fowler Business Concept Challenge. He won the graduate division competition in 2012.
UST is heavily engaged in supporting and shaping the 2014 Net Impact National Conference, which will take place November 6-8 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Brilliant sunshine and a welcoming atmosphere greeted attendees of the 2014 homecoming events.
Kim Rueb suggests fall activities in The Scroll: It's time to get outdoors and enjoy a football game, a visit to an apple orchard or a walk along the Mississippi River. You also should take a tour of haunted Cretin and Grace halls!
We’re quick to roll our eyes at commercials that try too hard to be funny, or restaurants that don’t serve the “high quality” food they claim. Your personal brand is not much different, especially in the business world.
The Hult Prize, the Clinton Global Initiative University Network, the Fowler Business Concept Challenge and the Net Impact Conference offer resources to up-and-coming social entrepreneurs.
This post originally appeared on True to You: A Revolutionary Way to Transform Your Life. My path through the legal profession has been unconventional. Thinking about it in the context of UST School of Law's ...
Two Opus College of Business faculty members share insights about the impact of political instability on the U.S. business environment.
Operations and Supply Chain Management professor Muer Yang discusses his research on improving voting systems and critical medical care.
Three of Minnesota’s most successful entrepreneurs were honored at the 25th annual Entrepreneur Awards ceremony.
Talented MBA candidates from more than 30 of the nation's leading business schools competed for $50,000 in scholarships in the 2014 NBMBAA Case Competition where a team of students from St. Thomas took second prize.
When most people think about real estate their first thoughts are often residential homes or new development in their community but often forget about public sector involvement like the work of the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency
With poverty comes fear, stress, and a shift of priorities. Poverty can shape who a person is and what a person can become. Recent graduate Vernon Rowland ’14 M.B.A. knows this firsthand, and is shaped by it. But he never allowed it to be an excuse.
Mashable recently published the Three Hiring Questions to Steal from Amazon’s CEO. We talked with management professors Kevin Henderson and Liz Welsh to learn their opinion on whether or not we should all follow Amazon’s hiring plan.
From the plastic on your iPad to dental modes, car parts to spaceship components, there are 3-D printed products everywhere says Larry Doerr ’01 M.B.A., COO and EVP of North America for Stratasys.
Accounting professor Lawrence Chui loved science as a child and swore he would never want to become an accountant or teacher.
Last week, professor Laura Dunham talked about the role of innovation in organization’s today, shared examples of innovation in action and outlined five rules that may not seem logical, but ultimately lead to great innovation at the first OCB Power Lunch.
"Successful entrepreneurship requires commitment, work, passion and, most importantly, an understanding of the mechanics of ushering the idea to practical and profitable delivery," writes Dr. Michael C. Porter, APR.
There are a number of conceptual and practical barriers that have heretofore limited the exploration and application of risk management tools—including insurance—in developing countries writes professor Peter Young. UST's Risk Leadership Initiative seeks to better understand and deliver solutions.
In a commentary published in the Star Tribune, professor Christopher Michaelson says the NFL must holistically examine if on-field practices translate to recklessness elsewhere.
The daily routine of St. Thomas students was documented in the spring of 1924 for a college recruitment film.
Can an organization’s leadership be inauthentic by presenting an image they believe to be true, but isn’t, wonders Michael C. Porter? Right now, the voice in your head may be asking what that even means.
There are a few different schools of thought on how to make yourself irreplaceable at work writes guest blogger Steve Yakesh. While some people feel the best way to stand out is to take a cutthroat approach, many people in the new collaborative workplace mindset, believe there’s a better way, and I would agree.
As the Star Tribune’s Adam Belz pointed out Sunday, many Minnesota technology companies are being sold and moving operations to large tech firms.