Johnson’s homegrown Cornell Management Simulation, brainchild of Johnson professors Jerome “Jerry” Hass and Seymour “Sy” Smidt and given a new web format by Tom Schryver and Steve Sauer, has enthralled students for 25 years.
Mukti Khaire’s new book, Culture and Commerce, paints a picture of value creation in the creative industries.
Alexandra Whisnant, MBA ’11, founder, gâté comme des filles
A look at funding sources driving rapid, sometimes unanticipated innovation and entrepreneurship in emerging markets
When Ezra Cornell was inspired to found our university for “... any person .... any study,” he meant everyone — women and minorities alike.
Making data smarter, from the UK’s “silicon suburb” and beyond
To make it on Wall Street, a woman needs stellar skills in finance and investing plus the mettle and stamina to excel in a world dominated by men.
Many successful companies are genuinely ready and willing to root out bias and embrace diversity and inclusion. But how? Johnson alumni share their companies’ best practices for fostering diversity.
Marlon Nichols, MBA ’11, managing partner, Cross Culture Ventures
Janet Helms ’88, MBA ’07