American companies face mounting pressure to advance workplace equity and diversity. Using data from Fortune 500 firms, Alison Cook and Christy Glass argue that the key is promoting diversity on the board of directors. Read the article here.
Professor William Shughart was featured in a recent article titled, "Are corporations people?". The U.S. Supreme Court says they are, at least for some purposes. NPR’s Nina Totenberg reports that in the past four years, the high court has dramatically expanded corporate rights. Read the story.
For the Thanksgiving season, 26 Huntsman School of Business Master of Human Resources students put away their text books and cell phones, gave back to the Utah community and learned what it takes to run an organization from the ground up by bottling, labeling, weighing and stacking more than 36,000 cans of beef chunks
MIS professor Nicole Forsgren presents her latest research at the 2014 DevOps Enterprise Summit on DevOps and the Bottom Line. Click here to watch her presentation.
Today, Crystal and Chuck Maggelet of FJ Management, with Dean Anderson and Pres. Albrecht, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new FJ Management Center for Student Success at the Huntsman School of Business. Read the story here.
Groundbreaking for the new Huntsman Hall will soon bring a new world class building addition to the Huntsman School.
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Dean Douglas Anderson, students, faculty and alumni discuss the advantages the Huntsman School of Business provides.
Diverse boards, rather than CEOs, are key to advancing equity and diversity in companies.
Are Corporations People?
MHR Students Give Back and Get to Work
Professor Nicole Forsgren - DevOps and the Bottom Line
Huntsman School Opens New FJ Management Center for Student Success
The Huntsman Experience
November 26, 2014Thanksgiving Holiday
December 02, 2014Differential Tuition Town Hall Meeting
December 03, 2014Pre-Law Society Hosted Study Hour
December 03, 2014Differential Tuition Town Hall Meeting
December 05, 2014Classes End
Founder and CEO, Dropship Commerce
Topic: Innovating and Industry: Retail Supply Chain Strategies
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: George S. Eccles Business Building, Room 215
Utah-based SEO content company BKA Content recently met with members of the Utah State University Entrepreneur Club to discuss what it takes to start and run a successful tech business. The hour-long presentation was held at the USU extension center on 2500 S. State St. in Salt Lake City, UT. Matt Secrist, the co-founder and VP of Business Development at BKA Content, and Drew Allen, the VP of Sales at BKA content, presented in front of a crowd of around 20 students from the Huntsman School of Business at USU.Read More
Are you efficient at checking things off your to-do list, or are you truly effective in getting the right things done? It’s important to know the difference between efficiency and effectiveness – and to take steps toward the latter if you hope to maximize your career success. Here are five essential – yet counterintuitive – ways to improve your on-the-job effectiveness:Read More
Almost everyone does something fun and exciting during spring break. I also wanted to do something fun, adventurous, and worthwhile. And while a cruise or week on a beach sounded enticing, I chose to travel to London, England, with my friends from the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business.Read More
Last week 26 Huntsman School of Business Master of Human Resources students put away their text books and cell phones, gave back to the Utah community and learned what it takes to run an organization from the ground up by bottling, labeling, weighing and stacking more than 36,000 cans of beef chunks for the holiday season.Read More
MIS professor Nicole Forsgren presents her latest research at the 2014 DevOps Enterprise Summit on DevOps and the Bottom Line.Read More
Businessman and philanthropist Bob Gay visited the Huntsman School on November 13, and delivered an incredible talk about business, conscience, and service.Read More
Every year for Business Week, the Huntsman School Business Council, a group of student leaders representing all business students, puts together a service project to benefit the community. This year, they elected to serve the Huntsman Cancer Institute. In collaboration with representatives of HCI, they decided to undertake three projects: create fleece blankets, decorate composition books into journals, and write letters of encouragement.Read More
This month the USU Delta Omega Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi achieved the prestigious Superior status, which makes them the longest concurrent superior chapter in the world. The Utah State chapter has achieved this status every year since 1977. Worldwide there are 298 active chapters representing over 17,000 members.Read More
American companies face mounting pressure to advance workplace equity and diversity. From business consultants to human resource personnel, from shareholders to the media, the message to companies is clear: diversity and equity matter in today’s workplace. But what is the best path for companies to achieve these goals? Using data from Fortune 500 firms, Alison Cook and Christy Glass argue that the key is promoting diversity on the board of directors.Read More
By Professor Randy Simmons. Last January, California Governor Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency following projections of severe drought. State bureaucrats and local officials jumped into action and mandated any number of water conservation tactics. While some have been relatively successful, most will do nothing. In fact, it appears that despite the drought, water use may have actually increased in the past year.Read More
Huntsman professor, Aspen Gorry, is quoted in the following KTAR.com article. For generations, the responsibility of paying for employees’ retirement often fell upon the companies that hired them. In the manufacturing-based economy that was the 20th-century United States, that model allowed workers to live their retirement years in relative comfort and security.Read More