Campuses:

Events

  • Saturday, April 25, 2015 - 10:00am

    If you’ve got a great product or business and need an investment to propel you forward, the University of Minnesota is providing you the opportunity to meet the casting team of Shark Tank. Come by the Carlson School of Management on Saturday, April 25th from 10AM until 12PM to audition.


    This Shark Tank casting call is for University of Minnesota alumni, faculty, students and MN Cup participants - past and current. Please bring your completed application with you which can be downloaded at http://abc.go.com/shows/shark-tank/applications

  • Monday, April 27, 2015 - 5:00pm

    Suddenly, the next time you tell someone “I’ll think about it,” you can really mean it. Because after experiencing our Powerful Problem-Solving course, you’ll know how to use a lot more than the 10 percent of your potential brain power to which most people limit themselves.

    Powerful Problem-Solving is an important skill because today’s business world can be a challenging, warp-speed environment where informed, thoughtful decisions can affect your team, your career, and your entire organization in the most desirable ways.

    No one is born with this ability – it’s learned, and it is a discipline. Having every bit of pertinent information organized and prioritized in your mind – and applying a proven decision-making framework in everything you do – can arm you with a true competitive advantage.

    And of course, Powerful Problem-Solving comes complete with all the high-end “extras” and uncompromising quality that have made the Carlson School of Management one of America’s premier centers of business intelligence.  Course meets on Monday and Wednesday evening, April 27 and 29.

  • Monday, April 27, 2015 - 5:00pm

    Suddenly, the next time you tell someone “I’ll think about it,” you can really mean it. Because after experiencing our Powerful Problem-Solving course, you’ll know how to use a lot more than the 10 percent of your potential brain power to which most people limit themselves.

    Powerful Problem-Solving is an important skill because today’s business world can be a challenging, warp-speed environment where informed, thoughtful decisions can affect your team, your career, and your entire organization in the most desirable ways.

    No one is born with this ability – it’s learned, and it is a discipline. Having every bit of pertinent information organized and prioritized in your mind – and applying a proven decision-making framework in everything you do – can arm you with a true competitive advantage.

    And of course, Powerful Problem-Solving comes complete with all the high-end “extras” and uncompromising quality that have made the Carlson School of Management one of America’s premier centers of business intelligence.

    Monday, April 27 & Wednesday, April 29, 5-9pm.

  • Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 7:30am

    Brand Matters, offered jointly with Yamamoto, Carlson School of Management, and Twin Cities Business Magazine presents Chris Policinski, CEO, Land O' Lakes, Inc. Chris Policinski shares the leading agriculture cooperative's brand story, and details about how the brand is building and strengthening its reputation while helping feed the world.

    Brand Matters begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. followed by the program, which runs from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m.

    Please note: No refunds available, only credit for future events.

    Parking:

    Parking provided at the University's 19th and 21st Ave ramps. Receive a parking voucher at event registration for these lots only. Non-university parking cannot be honored.

    Maps and directions

  • Wednesday, April 29, 2015 - 12:00pm

    Let us treat you to lunch! It's a great way to learn more about the Carlson MBA Programs in an informal group setting and at a location convenient for you. Great for people who are looking to understand what it's like to be a student at the Carlson School.

    Location:
    Good Earth
    1901 Highway 36 Service Road, Roseville

    Registration for lunch events will only be accepted for prospective students who have not yet attended a Lunch with Carlson. Registration is required at least one day prior to the lunch.