Phil Miller, the Assistant Dean of the Carlson MBA Programs, has been elected to the board of the MBA Roundtable. The MBA Roundtable is a global association of business schools whose mission is to advance graduate management education through MBA curricular and co-curricular innovation. Miller will serve a three-year term on the board.
Miller is an experienced business leader, educator, and coach. In his role at the Carlson School, he leads the teams responsible for the entire student lifecycle (recruitment/admissions, student placement/life, and career development/placement) for more than 1,400 MBA and Master of Science students.
He previously led the Carlson Consulting Enterprise, an innovative MBA program delivering real-world experience to students by solving "real world" problems for consulting clients. He has also taught undergraduate, MBA and, Executive Education classes on management and critical thinking, winning an undergraduate faculty of the year honor along the way. He is passionate about his students' personal and professional development.
Prior to joining the Carlson School, he worked at 3M where his responsibilities included managing a global business, leading an internal corporate venturing opportunity, and managing 3M's corporate Strategic Business Development group. He also worked for EY's management consulting practice where his clients ranged from Fortune 10 global businesses to start-ups across multiple industries. His experience included enterprise level strategy, process improvement, and technology issues.