Eric Schmidt recently provided his perspective on technology and the role Google is playing in leading its development.
November 2011 Archives
Carlson MBA alum Ryan Petz helped turn Fulton Beer from a home brewing hobby with his friends into a burgeoning business replete with a new brewery.
Assistant Professor Aiyesha Dey finds link between choice of leadership structure and performance.
Prof. Ravi Bapna's piece on the uncertainties surrounding UIDAI in LIveMint.com.
Prof. Joel Waldfogel's essay in Digitopoly.
Full-Time MBA team analyzed Whirlpool's supply chain, bested 26 rivals.
Come walk with us on Thanksgiving.
97 percent of Carlson Full-Time MBA students employed within 3 months of graduation.
Undergraduate Case Competition provided means for undergrads to hone their business skills.
Scholarships to help small companies, nonprofits, or entrepreneurs improve knowledge, business skills.
Assistant Professors Colleen Manchester and Aaron Sojourner present "What's My Account Really Worth? The Effect of Lifetime Income Disclosure on Retirement Savings." Noon to 1:30 p.m. in 2-219.
Make a 90-second pitch on your new business idea to a panel of entrepreneurs and investors. $800 in prizes at stake! Details on Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship website. Apply by November 18.
On November 18, Professor Ravi Bapna will present "Are Paid Subscriptions on Music Social Networks Contagious? A Randomized Field Experiment." 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. in 2-213.
University of Minnesota President Eric W. Kaler will headline the next "1st Tuesday Speaker Series."
2009 research cited in Wall Street Journal's "New York's Mandate Disorder" opinion piece.
1st Year MBA's are invited to join us for free pizza and beverages at our 2011 Funds Enterprise Information Session on Thursday, November 3rd from 12:00 - 1:00 PM in the Financial Markets Lab; Room 1-170.