Entries by Teresa Mackin
Barb Flynn, Kelley School of Business Richard M. and Myra Louise Buskirk Professor of Manufacturing Management, is participating this week in a global virtual open forum discussion on effective post-COVID-19 supply chains. The forum is set up by a group of operations faculty from across the world, with a goal to better understand the fragility…… Read more »
A number of Kelley School students at IUPUI were honored this spring semester with both campus-wide and school awards and recognitions. Julie Pettypool, BS’20, was recognized as the 2020 J. Dwight Peterson Key Award winner. The J. Dwight Peterson Key Award is the most prestigious award conferred to undergraduate students by the Kelley School of…… Read more »
More than a dozen faculty members were honored this year with teaching excellence awards, both at the campus-level and within the Kelley School of Business. Amrou Awaysheh, assistant professor of operations management, and Kim Donahue, senior lecturer in marketing, received the Trustees Teaching Award. The award is given to faculty at IUPUI who have a…… Read more »
In uncertain times, great leaders are born, developed and shine.
Books tell a story, they can provide an escape from reality, and they provide insight into leadership struggles, decisions, and moments in time that otherwise wouldn’t be remembered and analyzed by us in the same way.
Sam Tiras, associate professor of accounting, has been named the new faculty chair of the Kelley School Graduate Accounting Programs at IUPUI.
Kelley School of Business Physician MBA faculty and alumni offering strategies, tools for healthcare workers Physicians and Kelley School of Business faculty are teaming up to offer a free webinar series to help guide healthcare professionals through the COVID-19 crisis. The series will offer expertise from Kelley School faculty who teach in the physician-only MBA…… Read more »
Organizations of all shapes and sizes are changing the way they do business as the COVID-19 pandemic forces the world to change. For many small businesses, this unexpected economic slowdown is particularly difficult. Supply chains are vulnerable; Inventory isn’t coming in, and neither are customers. You don’t have extra resources: So what can you do…… Read more »