When Shelly Ford enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management at the Kelley School of Business, she couldn’t have predicted a pandemic would change the world a few months later.
“This is our chance to do a case study all by ourselves – and not only crack that case study all by ourselves, but we get to see a company implement our recommendations.”
Pediatrician Autumn Orser, MD, MBA’19, was participating in a CMS initiative in Colorado when she realized she wanted to pursue an MBA.
For the fifth consecutive year, a 2018 Gallup poll shows that Americans worry more about healthcare than any other issue. That’s why the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University has been training physicians nationwide to assume leadership roles, so they can address healthcare availability and affordability.
As Indiana looks to invest more in startups, a new group is forming to help physicians and life science entrepreneurs innovate successfully.
The Kelley School of Business is creating a new research center focusing on the changing landscape of manufacturing in central Indiana and across the nation, with support of a generous gift from alumnus Gregg Sherrill and his wife Sabine. The center will be housed at IUPUI.
With funding from the Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council, budding entrepreneurs will have the chance to receive help with customer development research from Kelley School Evening MBA students.
For the first time, top-ranked faculty from the Kelley School of Business are offering dynamic, one-day courses for working professionals in central Indiana.