“Guard your impulses to say ‘of course’ before you really understand the requirements upfront. There are times I’ve said ‘yes’ and didn’t follow my instincts, and I still regret it.”
In five short years, Tiffany Munsell, JD, MBA’19, has moved from commercial manager at Rolls Royce to chief of staff to the CEO of Rolls-Royce North America and President of Defense in Reston, Virginia. She says she is a different leader than she was prior to earning her degree from the Evening MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business.
As a pediatric dentist in Colombia, Angela Yepes, MBA’22, had decided she didn’t want to own her own practice because of the headaches associated with running one.
It’s because of resilient and gritty parents, and teachers and role models who cared about me, believed in me and wanted me to succeed. That’s why I do all I can to give my students what I was given: someone who cares about them and their success.
Reuben Rutland, MD, MBA’16, is a trauma surgeon who thought his career path would eventually lead him to administration.
A new graduate certificate beginning this fall at the Kelley School of Business on IUPUI’s campus provides business training to healthcare providers, so they can both manage and improve patient care.
New York Times bestselling author Daniel Coyle will share strategies behind highly successful organizations and teams at an April presentation at IUPUI.
Marjorie A. Lyles has been selected to lead a top association of scholars and specialists in international business.
New research from the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus shows a board of directors should consider both the tenure of its top management team and how the team works together before hiring new employees.