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The story of how California’s most innovative marketplace came to be demonstrates the necessity of art in an era when it’s under attack.
Sanjay Saigal, executive director of the business analytics master’s program at the Graduate School of Management at University of California—Davis, says many mid-career business professionals are returning to school to get business analytics degrees so they can advance in their companies.
Op-ed cites data from our UC Davis Study of California Women Business Leaders, revealing that women hold only 12.3 percent of board director and highest-paid executive positions at the 400 largest public companies headquartered in California.
“We’re living in a different world now where it’s really information that will be the differentiator. The product is important, but data and the information you can derive from that will be the key difference for firms in today’s data-driven world.” says Associate Professor of Marketing Ashwin Aravindakshan.
Recent research by Professor Brad Barber and Associate Professor Ayako Yasuda shows the rate at which investors choose impact funds is 14% greater than the rate at which they choose traditional venture capital funds.
UC Davis Shares R&D Magazine Top 100 Innovation Award
Professor David Woodruff teams with researchers from Sandia National Labs and Purdue University on open-source software for business, science and engineering
A powerful and flexible open-source software package developed by a team that includes UC Davis Graduate School of Management Professor David Woodruff was selected as one of the 100 winners of the 2016 R&D 100 Awards.
Yahoo is in the process of being sold to Verizon for almost $5 billion, but Wednesday’s revelations about 1 billion hacked accounts could put the deal in jeopardy, according to one expert.
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UC Davis is offering a higher-level master’s of science and business analytics that will involve more coding, said Hemant Bhargava, the program’s academic director.
A University of California Davis competition geared toward early-stage entrepreneurs and startup companies, which had been primarily reserved for students and school associates, is now open to the general public.
New Dean Rao Unnava wants to raise the Davis business school’s profile by forging stronger ties with Sacramento’s business community and supplementing the school’s curriculum to focus on food, agriculture, biotech and other core strengths of the university at large.
Internships are an essential part of the MBA experience because you can hone new skills and try out possible career paths and companies. On November 18, 2016, a third of our Full-Time MBA students were placed in their 2017 summer internships. We thank our alumni and corporate partners for making these opportunities available.
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Impact Investing “Supply” Failing to Meet Demand
Moskowitz Prize Winners: Professor Brad Barber and Associate Professor Ayako Yasuda Study Shows Europe’s Demand for Impact Funds Over Traditional Investments Three Times Higher Than in North America
The demand for impact investing alternatives is outstripping the available supply of such choices for investors, according to a new study co-authored by Professor and Associate Dean Brad Barber and Associate Professor Ayako Yasuda that was awarded UC Berkeley’s 2016 Moskowitz Prize for Socially Responsible Investing during a special ceremony Nov. 10 at the 27th annual SRI Conference in Denver.
A 10-month team project for a major corporation will form the spine of a new master’s program in business analytics that the University of California, Davis, is bringing to downtown San Francisco.
Professor Paul Griffin and UC Davis energy expert Amy Myers Jaffe argue that the SEC should consider a voluntary disclosure program that balances the needs of investors, companies and, ultimately, the public.
Telecommuting is a good thing for both employees and employers in many ways, but has potential downsides for you and your career, including the risk of fewer promotions and lower performance evaluations compared with more visible coworkers, Professor Kimberly Elsbach tells Convene Podcast.
Take It Easy
U.S. workers are taking less and less vacation — here’s what their employers are losing to the vacation gap
Many employees, with or without a backup, fear the crushing amount of work that will greet them when they return so that even the idea of a vacation is stressful, says Associate Professor Gina Dokko.
Millennials, whose baby boomer parents were the first generation of U.S. premium wine drinkers, are consuming more and higher-value wines, driven by a thirst for quality, new experiences and information-sharing, according to wine industry CEOs and leaders surveyed by Professor Emeritus Robert Smiley.
Forget Trader Joe’s Two-Buck Chuck. A new survey of wine industry leaders by Professor Emeritus Robert Smiley has found that industry CEOs are optimistic as millennials are flocking to higher priced premium wines.