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Economist 5/14/15

  1. Firms looking to put their managers through development programmes are increasingly creating their own, rather than relying on business schools.General Electric is considered to have opened the first corporate university, in 1956.
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The International Trip - An EMBA Highlight

The 2015 Culverhouse College of Commerce Executive MBA study abroad tour took us from Panama City in the Republic of Panama and then to Bogota, Colombia, February 28-March 6. 472 more words


"Our international experience was truly transformative" Morgan Gruenebaum, EMBA 14

In March, EMBA 14, embarked upon their International Study Trip to Turkey and Greece.

As part of the EMBA curriculum and the capstone course, students evaluate and make a strategic assessment of opportunities and threats facing a firm; and then in light of this assessment, develop strategic approaches that can lead to a competitive advantage for the firm. 170 more words

Department Office: Christine Roundy

When the alarm clock blares on a workday morning, MBA academic program manager Christine Roundy is not one to grumble. “I don’t wake up and think ‘oh no, I have to go to work,’” she says. 470 more words

2015 Winter

Consider a Zarb School Graduate Program

Throughout all Zarb School of Business graduate programs, the importance of lifelong education, ethics in business, an awareness of global issues, and concern for the environment are emphasized. 191 more words

Zarb Means Business

More on the European Union Baroque Orchestra

EUBO is proud to announce that it has been selected to receive Creative Europe funding from the European Commission. The activities of EUBO during the period 2015 to 2018 will take place under the auspices of its new project, the EUBO Mobile Baroque Academy (EMBA), which will be organised by EUBO together with its nine partners. 255 more words


The secret to better business management - Mum's the word…

There is a widespread perception that in business you must be ruthlessly competitive in order to survive and more importantly GROW. A constant battle with the competition to have the best products, secure the biggest market share and ultimately win. 372 more words