Kelley School of Business to lead global physician trip to London, Paris
Tobias Leadership Center announces 2023 cohort of Tobias Fellows
INDIANAPOLIS — The Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at Indiana University congratulates the 18th class of Tobias Fellows, an exclusive cohort designed to enhance the leadership skills of high-talent, experienced leaders. During the year-long program, Fellows receive individual coaching and meet for ten leadership retreats of innovative, experiential programming designed to develop five…… Read more »
New study: Cobots, cybersecurity, sensor technology and Internet of Things defining Indiana’s Factory of the Future
Manufacturers seek to increase production flexibility and data security, reduce production costs INDIANAPOLIS – Conexus Indiana today announced results of its annual Industry 4.0 technology adoption survey that, for the first time, shows a continuous and measurable trend in the technologies that are defining Indiana’s Factory of the Future. Conducted in collaboration with Indiana University…… Read more »
Manning Magid is first woman to lead faculty and research activities at Kelley IUPUI
Julie Manning Magid, professor of business law and ethics and the executive and academic director of Tobias Leadership Center, on July 1 became the first woman to lead faculty and research activities for the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.
Kelley School Indianapolis seeks growing businesses for student consulting
Kelley Senior Lecturer in Accounting Diane Sturek to chair Indiana CPA Society board
For more than forty years, Diane Sturek, senior lecturer in accounting at the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI, has been serving in the field of accounting and educating the next generation of accountants. Now, she’s taking a lead role in the growth and advocacy of the profession when she assumes the role of board…… Read more »
Kelley School among universities helping to train minority and women business leaders for senior leadership positions
Kelley prof: Doctors should rely less on ‘mental shortcuts’ when deciding patient care
Heading back to work in the office? Not all interruptions are bad for business
A new study from the Kelley School of Business shows interruptions from coworkers can be good – if they’re conversations related to work.