Do you work with creative people? Professor Kim Elsbach’s Harvard Business Review article is a must read to understand the artist identity and collaborate effectively in a team.
The primary reason people don’t use job sharing or other flexible workplace benefits is that they fear being seen as less committed to their careers, says Professor Kimberly Elsbach.
Most of the opportunities and threats driving sustainability will come in large, mature markets like energy, transportation, agriculture and construction, writes Professor Andrew Hargadon in this excerpt from his new book Sustainable Innovation: Build Your Company’s Capacity to Change the World.
Paris’ one-day car ban raises public awareness about the benefits of less traffic, Professor David Bunch noted, and the upcoming climate change talks in Paris make this an ideal time to draw on public support. Public participation and support is critical for the success of such measures, he added.
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Analyst I – Contract: Program Coordinator
Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Under the direction of the Executive Director and Associate Director at the Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the Sustainable Ag Tech Innovation Center (SATIC) Program Coordinator is responsible for the execution of the opportunities in ag workshops and SATIC networking events at UC Davis. In addition, responsible for recruiting, coordinating and promoting all SATIC events and programs, including the Ag Entrepreneurship Academy.
Under direction of the Senior Director of Admissions, responsible for outreach, recruiting and admissions for graduate students in three MBA programs with primary focus on Sacramento MBA program.
Work with the Director and other Admissions staff to help create and execute initiatives to recruit and enroll diverse MBA candidates. Assist with strategy development and implementation. Review applications for admission, interview candidates, and provide input to the Admissions Committee.
Is this a smart way to invest? Most experts say no. “For the vast majority of investors, speculating on themes is not a good idea,” says Professor Brad Barber, who advocates investing in low-cost index funds over the long term.
Saturday, October 10, 2015, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The UC Davis Graduate School of Management invites you to the Bay Area MBA Fair. Come join other prospective MBA students to learn more about various MBA programs around the Bay Area and enter a raffle to win free GMAT preparation courses. Total value of the 4 raffled courses is $4,800.