Supply Chain Disruption: A Survival Guide
With everything from trade disputes to climate change ready to disrupt the flow of goods, companies need risk mitigation plans to cover a broad range of scenarios.
What Happens Now?
A new book co-authored by John Hillen, MBA ’04, examines common leadership stalls and how to overcome them.
Ode to an Algorithm
Johnson’s homegrown Cornell Management Simulation has enthralled students for 25 years.
Profile in Leadership: Meredith Amdur, MBA ’03, CEO of Rhetorik Solutions
Making data smarter, from the UK’s “silicon suburb” and beyond
Best Practices for Growing a Diverse Workforce
Many successful companies are genuinely ready and willing to root out bias and embrace diversity and inclusion. But how? Johnson alumni share their companies’ best practices for fostering diversity.
Setting the Standard in Animal Welfare
Janet Helms ’88, MBA ’07
Finding Common Ground in Public Service
Scott Cameron, MBA ’79, is drawing on four decades of experience in public and private natural resource, energy, and environment management to implement an ambitious change agenda at the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Product Management: A Pivotal Position
Some call it a “mini-CEO.” To others, “chief influencer” sounds more apt. Whatever descriptor you use, the role of product manager has captured the imagination of today’s MBAs.