UConn Today – When you think of creativity, you probably think about artists, musicians, or writers. One field of study that probably doesn’t come to mind immediately is business management. But Nora Madjar, an associate professor of management in the UConn School of Business, has spent her career looking at ways to emphasize the benefits of creativity in the workplace.
Although the Stop & Shop strike is over, that may not be the end to the tide of recent labor action. In the past year, there have been prominent teacher strikes across the nation, and here in Connecticut, a possible strike is looming among nursing home employees.Continue Reading
Juniors and seniors from Manchester High School, and their teachers, visited the School of Business earlier this month to learn more about business careers and explore their interest in the field. Continue Reading
The School of Business recently honored some of its top faculty members for 2018, celebrating their achievements from the classroom to international research discoveries. Continue Reading
MBA Candidates, Law Students Test Skills in Two-Day UConn Negotiation Challenge
MBA candidate Chris DiGiacomo is accustomed to negotiating project dates and deadlines through his job as a program management specialist at Pratt & Whitney. Continue Reading
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? Continue Reading
Imagine trying to negotiate an agreement, while riding a tram around Vienna, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, and trying not to get distracted by all there is to see.
How well would you do?Continue Reading
Six Cross-Disciplinary Teams Compete in Annual Competition
About 40 UConn business and law students competed and collaborated recently in the second annual Business Law Negotiation Competition, working on the first day of the competition to settle a business dispute and on the second day to reach an agreement to build a dam. Continue Reading