Tori Weissman dissects what went right and what went wrong for her team at the UBC Sauder International Real Estate Case Competition in November.
According to professors Sherwyn (SHA) and Wagner (Dyson), as hotels implement new technology, legal implications of these initiatives often come into play.
Ashley Clark, Two-Year MBA ’20 and Park Leadership Fellow, outlines three steps that helped her navigate the depth and complexity of leadership.
EMI undergrad research assistant explains how Alibaba and Amazon compete with fast shipping and competitive prices to capture global retail.
Students visited New York City to observe employment arbitration and gained valuable insight into the legal system.
CIHLER advisory board member Doug Wigdor shares his thoughts on the importance of representing employees in litigation.
Reggie Fils-Aimé ’83, leader in residence at Dyson, shares lessons he’s learned at Nintendo and other companies during his 35-year career.
Present Value interviews Eswar Prasad and Andrew Karolyi, Cornell economics professors with expertise in emerging markets and finance.
The Hotel Show excursion to New York City gives MMH students a chance to visit hospitality companies and network with industry professionals.
Jessica Rolph, founder and CEO of Lovevery, talks about purpose, partnerships, getting acquired, and starting up all over again.
Hassan Ladhubhai shares insights and lessons learned from companies visited during his trek through Korea and Japan with other Johnson MBAs.
Keith brings 36 years of hospitality operations expertise to the dual role of directing the Statler Hotel and developing student leaders.
Others’ choices affect our own and have enormous economic, social, and environmental consequences, argues Robert H. Frank in his new book.
- Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations
- Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship
Dave Sherwyn, director of CIHLER and the Pillsbury Institute, contributes to Hospitality Net's 2020 C-Suite World Panel on the value of hospitality education.
Gary Thompson, professor of operations and management, investigates the impact of timing flexibility in restaurant reservations.
Taylor Nguyen, Two-Year MBA ’21, reflects on the lessons in leadership she has gained from her classmates’ diversity of backgrounds.
Randell Smith, who set the standard for hotel data intelligence and global benchmarking, will be honored on June 2 in New York.
Christine O'Brien, assistant director of admissions, offers advice on applying to the EMBA Metro NY program, including how to strengthen your application.
Alex Susskind and collaborators look at the impact on restaurant sales of customers’ interest in returning versus customer satisfaction.
Cornell MBA ranked #1 Best MBA for Management and top 5 for additional areas ranging from career prospects to most family-friendly.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government and adjunct professor of law, discusses changes in how wars are financed and in public accountability.
From philanthropists and scientists to U.S. veterans and hospitality professionals, Poets&Quants highlights 12 MBAs from the Two-Year Class of 2021.
CIHLER hosts forum for industry, academe, and employee representatives to address issues regarding the industry’s labor and employment law.
Students in the Baker program earn an MPS in real estate (MPS-RE) and are ready to hit the ground running when they graduate from this two-year program.
Student participants led arguments on hotels' challanges on behalf of labor and management at the Labor Relations in Hospitality roundtable.
Returning to Cornell’s Professional Development Program yearly gives hospitality leaders a sustainable way to invest in professional growth.
Austin Blais, Two-Year MBA ’20, takes a journey of personal and professional discovery as he immerses himself in his MBA projects.
Cornell Sustainable Global Enterprise immersion students went to Tbilisi, Georgia to learn about how to address modern slavery in supply chains.
Danielle and Emma discuss how friendships, and Johnson, can help you remember who you are and why you came to business school.
Stacy Fischer-Rosenthal, P ’16, shares her experience and insights she’s gained as an entrepreneur, a Cornell parent, and a PIHE board member.
Zach Bubolo reflects on the 2019 EMI Conference, which included thought-provoking panels, a spirited case competition, and new ideas.
MBA student Austin Blais discusses working in a corporate sustainability role at a prominent consumer packaged good company during his summer internship.
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Parker Center for Investment Research
- Specialized Master's
Networking, stock-pitching, panels, and more were on the program at the Parker Center’s 10th annual MBA Women in Investing Conference.
Supported by CIHLER, students from Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration and ILR School observed an arbitration hearing in New York City.
Hotel Business highlights the Pillsbury Institute's hackathon and Hilton's involvement in Cornell workshops.
The Pillsbury Institute's pitch competition awarded top prizes to undergraduates in SHA, Dyson, and ILR and a grad student in the MMH program.
Johnson MBAs, 19 student clubs, and the Cornell Elves program join forces to sponsor 33 children in Tompkins County this holiday season.
Ethics lecturer Katherine Gehl advocates for political innovations like ranked choice voting to break partisan gridlock.
Sachin Gupta, the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management, will begin his three-year term with the prestigious journal in July 2020.
Mia Kyricos, MMH ’03, senior VP and global head of well-being at Hyatt Hotels Corporation, received the 2019 Cornell MMH Outstanding Alumna of the Year.
Dave Evans, co-author of Designing Your Life, speaks to students as part of the Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series at the Dyson School.
Bernardo Espinosa, Two-Year MBA ’20, sought out uncomfortable situations to learn how to push through discomfort and lead with authority.
Johnson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion honors diversity awards recipients and marks 20 years of supporting woman, URM, and LGBTQ leaders.
Ryan Moran, Two-Year MBA ’20, discusses his experience with Out For Business student organization and the Park Fellows program.
Frank Nicklaus, MBA ’12 and partner at Greentech, discussed the future of renewable energy as part of SGE’s Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise series.
CIHLER and industry participants discussed current issues related to hospitality labor and employment relations at the Nashville Regional Roundtable.
Embracing his entrepreneurial spirit, Alex Ruiz ’90 surprisingly found a home in digital marketing and communications at global powerhouse Accenture Interactive.
Bloomberg Businessweek, The Economist, and Forbes rankings place Johnson MBA programs among top business schools in the United States and internationally.
Lynn Perry Wooten, David J. Nolan dean of the Dyson School and professor of management and organizations, explores the qualities needed for good crisis leadership.
Mahrusah Zahin, MPA ’20 (CHE), an EMI Fellow, reflects on her time in Pakistan with the Rural Support Programmes Network and women leaders in their communities.
Andrew Quagliata teaches aspiring entrepreneurs communication skills that can help boost their careers and bring success to other areas of their lives, too.
Social Impact Internship Fund (SIIF) recipient, Nikunj Raithatha, reflects on the impact of his summer internship and his client’s carbon footprint.
HEC 95 will focus on the power hospitality has to impact society for the better, exploring how the industry can weave social responsibility into all facets of business.
Former Nintendo president and COO Reggie Fils-Aimé delivers guiding principles for next generation leaders in Cornell lecture.
Demir Sabanci, MBA ’99, was honored for his gift that created the Sabanci Bridge, an immersive telepresence technology that connects Ithaca and NYC.
At the Women in Investing Conference, hosted by the Parker Center for Investment Research, women undergraduates explored careers in investment management.
Stanley, lecturer in the School of Hotel Administration, speaks with the Present Value podcast on the basics of wine, restaurant proceses, and wine production.
Mobile payments dominate in China. The United States lags behind and remains loyal to traditional payment methods. Will we catch up?
The new Cornell-Tsinghua FMBA Class of 2021 reflects on their orientation and parts of their first residential session on the Cornell campus.
Roundtable participants discussed the process of managing excess food, reducing excess food in the service industry, and creating a market for food rescue.
Elena Belavina and Ashish Kabra offer guidance to hotels on choosing a bike-share for guests and how cities can best design and run tourist-friendly systems.
John Tobin-de la Puente, professor of practice, is on a mission to bring about positive environmental change through the power of private investment.