How do you move from being a regular, working physician to a leader who drives change?
Kelley Indianapolis Biz Blog
Joe DeVries, BS'18, MSA'19, discovered his passion for accounting after taking A100 (Basic Accounting Skills) with professor Diane Sturek. Finding his niche led to a master’s degree in accounting and, ultimately, a full-time auditing internship.
As a Kelley School Evening MBA student, I have the opportunity to participate in the entrepreneurship and new venture community within Indianapolis. This semester, I'll be detailing these experiences through a series of blogs.
“As physicians, we don’t learn anything about the business of medicine in medical school. If you follow the news and what’s happening in the medical field, you realize that, without business knowledge, you cannot get by."
Rachel Ogden, BS’11, MSA’19, didn't pursue accounting the first time around during her undergraduate studies, but she later used the Kelley Graduate Accounting Program to reignite her career.
The world of medicine is largely reliant on how well healthcare functions as a system.
“The Tobias Fellows program gave me a deeper understanding of what I brought to the table as a leader."
Dr. Primack is a pioneer in the study of media, technology, and healthcare, and his work has substantially influenced international dialogue and policy.
While there’s no secret recipe for creating a great leader, Timothy Baldwin says his goal is to move Fellows toward decisions and away from descriptions.
Watch a pit crew work during the Indianapolis 500 race. They work with precision: juggling speed, safety and quality.