Whit Alexander, Chief Transformation, Innovation and Membership Officer at Best Buy, Marcelo Montero, V.P. Strategy & Growth Ventures, Protein & Salt at Cargill, Inc., and Christine Sovereign, Senior Managing Director at Accenture joined Carlson School of Management's Dean Sri Zaheer for a virtual 1st Tuesday event. The panel of business leaders discussed strategy, leadership, and adaptation in a post-social distancing world.
Carlson School Associate Professor Anant Mishra has discovered the demand shock brought on by the H1N1 pandemic also had an unanticipated impact on one emerging nation—India.
New research by Carlson School Assistant Professor Salman Arif finds that less-frequent reporting leads to greater volatility and mispricing in the stock market, as investors rely excessively on alternative sources of information to determine how well their investment is doing.
Carlson School Assistant Professor Betty Zhou finds that moral identity symbolizers tend to make their coworkers act in ways that could be perceived as virtuous.
“Shared or Dedicated Infrastructures? On the Impact of Reprovisioning Ability” Guérin, R., Hosanagar, K., Li, X., and Sen, S. MIS Quarterly (Forthcoming) “Time-Dependent Pricing for Multimedia Data Traffic: Analysis, Systems, and Trials” Sen, S., Joe-Wong, C., Ha, S., and Chiang, M. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (July 2019)
New research by Carlson School Associate Professor Daniel Forbes suggests that media attention provides legitimacy to private equity firms looking for investors.
Professor Tracy Yue Wang finds that a CEO’s cultural heritage plays a deeper role in their decision making than we may assume.
For the first time, the school—along with the entire University of Minnesota system—hosted a virtual commencement due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ifeoluwa “Ife” Ekunsanmi is the 2020 winner of the Tomato Can Loving Cup award, the most prestigious award the Carlson School of Management can bestow on an undergraduate student.
Lee Jones has been selected as the 2020 University of Minnesota Entrepreneur of the Year to recognize her entrepreneurial success and her significant contributions to the University and broader business community.
On May 6, the Carlson School announced new chair professors, endowed professorships, and fellows. These positions represent a range of disciplines, reflecting the long-lasting support of individual and corporate benefactors and are awarded to accomplished faculty members who make important contributions in their field.
U.S. companies ought to spend more money on advertising and business operations during years in which the country is picking a president, according to research from faculty members at the Carlson School.