Robin Roberts, Co-Anchor, ABC “Good Morning America,” delivers the keynote presentation. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business)
A tidal wave of change is bearing down on business, and many of the traditional leadership structures that have worked so well in the past are breaking down.
Yet after interviewing business icons, U.S. Presidents, the Pope, and many other powerful leaders,
Alan Murray, the first speaker at the , offered some guidelines for surviving and thriving in this rapidly and profoundly changing business climate. Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference Continue Reading
The Ridgefield Press– Students at Ridgefield High School participated in the first annual “Business and Culinary Symposium” Thursday, April 19. As part of the symposium, 80 RHS business and culinary students collaborated to develop solutions to real-world challenges faced by local business owners.
Professor John Mathieu, Management Department. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business)
Professors in the Management Department at the UConn School of Business are among the most prolific and highly regarded scholars in the nation, according to a new report.
Additional speakers have been added to the lineup for the Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference.
Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference has announced its full lineup of speakers for the April 17-18 event. Continue Reading
Frank Amaefuna, pictured, wants to create a business to provide concussion protocol for high school students. (Devin Basdekian/UConn School of Business) More than 300 Sign-up for iQ Kickoff As Entrepreneurship Takes Root at UConn
When he was a high school lacrosse player,
Frank Amaefuna took a slash from an opponent. Although he was wearing a helmet, his head smacked the ground hard. Continue Reading
The Daily Campus/em> – Hartford ranks seventh in the top 10 American cities for women to start a business, according to a recent Citrix Sharefile study.
The study took into consideration economic and cultural factors such as percentage of businesses in the city owned by women, percentage of women business executives and buying power by local women.
To spur creativity during the closing session, conference participants were given minimal resources such as old magazines and cardboard boxes, with which they created “toy theatres” at the Ballard Puppetry Museum. (Devin Basdekian/UConn School of Business) Cooking, Puppetry, Research All Part of Management’s Creativity Conference
How do you celebrate and inspire creativity when you have three dozen top creative scholars coming to campus?
2018 Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference Keynote Speaker Robin Roberts, Co-Anchor “Good Morning America”
Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts to Headline Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference in April
Robin Roberts, co-anchor of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” will be the keynote speaker at the in April 2018. Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference
“Agile Leadership: Staying Ahead of the Game” is the theme of the conference from April 17-18 at Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, Conn. The event is hosted by Auriemma, the UConn women’s basketball head coach, who has led his team to 11 NCAA Division One national championships.
Hartford Business Journal – When Nancy Lennert decided to transition her career from animation to marketing, one of her first steps was to enroll in UConn’s part-time MBA program.
“I wanted a more solid foundation of business knowledge, including finance and accounting,” Lennert said.
Management professor Gary Powell has spent most of his 41-year UConn career as an expert on gender differences in the workplace. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business) Retiring Professor Gary Powell, Expert in Gender Equality in the Workplace, Recognizes Some Progress in 40+ Years, But Not Enough
has spent most of his 41-year UConn career as an expert on gender differences in the workplace, and is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field. Gary Powell
Powell announced his retirement on June 1, but will remain active at the University, teaching in the fall semesters and continuing to add to a lengthy list of research achievements.