Have you ever wanted to ask someone questions about their career path? “How I Did It” asks them for you.
As members of one of the nation’s top research universities, Owen faculty always have something interesting on their minds. Here’s a portion of what two faculty members are currently considering. Richard Willis Who: Richard Willis, the Anne Marie and Thomas … Continued
Have you ever wanted to ask someone questions about their career path? “How I Did It” asks those questions for you. Guy Bodart, MBA’88, is CEO of Chanel Brazil. He talks about the value of international experience and how he ended up … Continued
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Boomalang or bust Two MBA students earned more than good grades in their entrepreneurship class—the language-learning app they conceptualized in class is in development. The students, Chris Gerding, MBA’15, and Leiya Hasan, MBA’15, recently earned the 2015 Sohr Grant to … Continued
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As Owen’s website says it, the approximately 40 members of the Alumni Board “serve the community through the promotion of and support for the school’s strategic priorities and initiatives.” Ask Erika King, MBA’99, the board’s new chair, and she’ll tell … Continued
A GE executive shares her story about changing fields, charting her own path and being persistent.
The Walker Management Library staff passed out 2,000 pairs of earplugs and answers to 3,180 questions last year. With access to 7,863 business related e-journals and about 100 business related databases, they’re the information source for Vanderbilt business people for life.
What can be learned about a company’s financial well-being from its inventory practices? Do CEOs’ shareholder letters drop hints about pending change? Two Vanderbilt professors want to know.