In partnership with McKinsey & Company, Yale’s Center for Customer Insights (YCCI) introduces a 1-day research-based program highlighting the latest theories of Behavioral Economics and how those theories drive new ways of thinking about consumer behavior.
Students across the Global Network for Advanced Management are invited to participate in a video competition exploring the causes and management of worldwide financial crises.
Hundreds of Yale School of Management students fanned out across the globe during winter break on job treks exploring opportunities in a variety of sectors.
The Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS) is holding its second annual conference on Saturday, August 8, 2015 on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. The conference is held jointly with the Journal of Banking and Finance (JBF) on the topic of “fighting a financial crisis”. We especially welcome papers that successfully bring academic rigor to practical questions faced by regulators.
Three Global Network courses will be available for students this semester, including two new offerings. “Handling Disruption” taught by Chrisanthi Avgerou, a professor of information systems at LSE, aims to to provide socio-political contexts for leaders working in humanitarian crises. “International Management and Organizational Structures,” taught by Dr. Raúl Montalvo, director of EGADE Business School Guadalajara, analyzes how strategic decision-making is used in the global expansion process of businesses.
EGADE Business School will host its first Global Network course titled “International Management and Organizational Structures” beginning February 5.
Edward P. Evans Hall officially opened on January 9, 2014, a spectacular new addition to the Yale campus. One year later, the Yale SOM community has settled in and the building feels like home.
Four top CEOs shared their insights and experiences during a EMBA Colloquium on Healthcare Leadership.
Dhiva Suryadevara spoke at an event co-sponsored by the Women in Management, Greater China, and Finance clubs.
Storytelling helps connect consumers to other people and places, adding a personal and experiential component to a tangible good and giving it an aura of authenticity.