As we struggle with coronavirus, the primary focus has, of course, been on the public health. However, public health measures are having large economic impacts. This article focuses on what seems to be happening, and what that suggest about the likely path forward for the economy.
Professor Anant Mishra sees companies rethinking their sourcing decisions in light of the COVID-19 crisis. Here are 4 approaches he believes will help the industry build supply chains more resilient to crisis.
Morgan Kerfeld, a junior majoring in entrepreneurial management and public and nonprofit management, and her project, ShaqoSearch, won the undergraduate division’s gold prize as well as the crowd favorite award.
As the COVID-19 response underscores the new power of digital technologies, data, algorithms and AI, break-out organizations will rethink their man-machine mixology for tasks, projects, processes, operating models and even their strategy.
A special thank you to our extensive global alumni network for all of your support over the years.
During the fall 2019 semester, Carlson School students won big in major case competitions.
Two Carlson School faculty, Vlad Griskevicius and Shaker Zahra, were named to the Web of Science Group’s Highly Cited Researchers 2019 list.
Governor Tim Walz named Associate Professor Aaron Sojourner, Department of Work and Organizations, to the State Advisory Council on Early Childhood Education and Care.
After decades of leadership across the Carlson School, Professor Michael Houston has stepped down from his role as the associate dean of global initiatives. Professor Stephen Parente replaced Houston in January 2020.
Entrepreneur Dan Mallin, ’95 MBA, was announced as an AACSB 2020 Influential Leader.
The Carlson School has teamed up with the University of Minnesota Libraries for a new innovation hub for entrepreneurship and collaboration where ideas are generated, discoveries are made, and entrepreneurial spirits are ignited—called The Toaster.
With an increased demand for data and analytics professionals, the Carlson School is launching a new degree program, beginning fall 2020: Master of Applied Business Analytics.