A new webinar series offered through the Kelley School of Business Graduate Certificate in Medical Management program will give healthcare professionals insight and business knowledge during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I have my ideas, but I always feel there are all kinds of excuses like limited time, technical difficulty, restricted funds, etc. I think what I am really missing is the start of my action, just like the old saying tells us, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
David A. Ricks, chairman and CEO of Eli Lilly and Company, will lead a virtual discussion focused on creating an inclusive workplace during an October 9th presentation.
As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States in early March, healthcare professionals were faced with a barrage of patients and change—a virus they’d never treated before and new information coming at them every day.
By: Brianna Heron, BS’21 The past four years of being a DeltaSig for the Kappa Sigma Chapter at IUPUI is an experience I wouldn’t trade for the world. From gaining leadership experience, attending professional and community service opportunities, to being part of a lifelong brotherhood, the professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi has played a…… Read more »
Idalene “Idie” Kesner, dean of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, has announced the next step in a broad initiative to creating thoughtful conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion.
“Systemic racism is a big, giant issue, and as a resident assistant, I can focus on my campus first: What can I do within my own community to help people learn about this issue? Collectively, we can all make an impact.”
The Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI welcomes two new faculty members this fall.
Without widespread adoption of advanced technologies, study authors say, Indiana risks falling behind increasingly tougher global competition.
In this program, teams were asked to prepare a product prototype and go-to-market plan to help address solutions to COVID-related problems or to find solutions that could create new opportunities.