Undergraduate students from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis competed against teams from 19 schools across the country in the third annual Wayne State/General Motors (GM) Supply Chain Management case study competition September 19-21 in Detroit, Mich.
Five years after the financial crisis sent the U.S. economy into a tailspin, the nation's recovery from recession is still tentative and concerns about fiscal leadership remain in light of the federal government shutdown. In their annual forecast tour of the state, economists at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business will report what lies in store for Indiana and the nation as Hoosiers look ahead to 2014.
Indy’s Campaign for Financial Fitness (ICFF) is a coalition of public and private organizations that helps Indianapolis residents and their families manage their finances more wisely through education and targeted programs. The goal is to achieve the improved quality of life that accompanies financial stability at any income level.
Managing employee turmoil in any workplace is never fun or easy. And in the fast-paced, high-stakes industry of healthcare, where time is precious and lives are at stake, dealing with interpersonal conflict can be even more challenging.
The preliminary results of the 2013 edition of the annual Indiana Manufacturing Survey finds many companies indicating they are tightening their financial belts in an effort to retrench for the future.
While many new Kelley graduates are learning the ropes in central Indiana companies big and small, one finance and international studies grad is cutting his teeth as a Venture for America fellow. Jim Plew (BS '13) left IUPUI this spring with a passion to pursue a start-up endeavor and make a difference.
Doctors used to focus on one thing: practicing medicine. But these days, it pays to know something about business. As health care reform starts upending the economics of medicine, the Kelley School -- a top-20 MBA program, based in Indiana – is looking to cash in by launching an online MBA for just doctors.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Chancellor Charles R. Bantz recently bestowed the distinguished appointment of Chancellor’s Professor to three outstanding faculty: Dr. Asok Antony, professor of medicine, IU School of Medicine; Jonathan Eller, professor of English, IU School of Liberal Arts; and Marjorie Lyles, professor of international strategic management, IU Kelley School of Business.