Kelley School at IUPUI associate dean Phil Powell was named to the 21st Century Energy Policy Development Task Force.
Kelley School economist Kyle Anderson discusses this Bloomington company's business model with the Indianapolis Business Journal.
When the RMS Titanic set sail, no one on board had any inkling of the complete failure it would become.
Kyle Anderson told WIBC that tariffs on Mexican imports will create a drag on the economy, especially the auto industry supply chain.
Todd Roberson speaks with WISHTV about what Hoosiers can expect from tariffs on Chinese imports.
Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow's In the Workplace column in the Indianapolis Business Journal discusses failing forward and successfully.
Overcoming these issues can go a long way toward making it a useful tool (I saw the benefits myself after volunteering at a temporary shelter after a fire at a senior living facility — thus leading to the theme of this article).
Ryan Outlaw told the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette that forgiving is a critical step in moving past unfairness when it comes to your boss.
Feedback is essential to helping us grow—whether that be at work or at home, Westerhaus-Renfrow explains in her latest column.
Leaders must take the time to create—and most importantly, visibly lead—a work culture where diverse points of views are welcomed and valued.
Liz Malatestinic, senior lecturer in human resource management, speaks with the IBJ about questions facing employees and employers in the workplace.
IU Kelley School of Business associate dean of academic programs in Indianapolis Phil Powell tells Fast Company it's imperative that universities teach students how to teach themselves.
Which questions should you avoid in interviews? Liz Malatestinic breaks it down in her latest IBJ column.
In her column for the Indianapolis Recorder, Kim Saxton shares what she's learned from mentors at a recent panel.
Anderson said that prices will rise regardless of whether a company is based in the U.S. or overseas.
Two Business of Medicine Physician MBA alums are featured in Poets and Quants list of Best and Brightest Executive MBAs for 2018.
IU Kelley School of Business clinical assistant professor Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow tells Fast Company resilience helps you transform obstacles into solutions and opportunities.
Kim Saxton discusses camping, how to find last minute deals on hotels, and other budget-saving tips for travelers.
Liz Malatestinic, senior lecturer in human resource management, speaks with the IndyStar about communication in the workplace, as well as the recent #MeToo movement.
IU Kelley School of Business professor Marjorie Lyles will lead the Academy of International Business.
Kyle Anderson and Mohan Tatikonda discuss the impact of tariffs on the United States and the global economy with US News and World Report.
In her latest IBJ column, Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow shares what employers should look at when hiring - hard skills or soft skills?
Angela Andrews shares three tips to take into account as you considering making job or career transitions.
“Persuasion, which is getting someone to do what you want, is a vital leadership skill,” Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow told HER Magazine.
"The gig economy is here to stay. The key for both employers and employees is to maximize the positive aspects while mitigating the less desirable outcomes."
Emily Murphy shares tips to remember the next time you're presenting in front of an audience.
New research from the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus shows a board of directors should consider both the tenure of its top management team and how the team works together before hiring new employees.
In a column in the Indianapolis Recorder, Kelley professor Nolan Taylor encourages readers to be sustainability advocates.
Kelley economist Kyle Anderson speaks with WRTV about the announcement.
The Indiana chapter of SOPE, the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, was started to help physicians and life science entrepreneurs innovate successfully.
Kim Saxton told Variety that when it comes to in-car advertising, advertisers would need to think strategically to avoid the risk of annoyance in invading someone's space.
Results from the 2017 Indiana Manufacturing Survey indicate that the Hoosier manufacturing sector remains healthy, well into this tepid but sustained recovery. However, regulatory and workforce challenges continue to blunt its potential, according to the authors.
New ventures rarely succeed with a single player.
Most individuals find it difficult to address tough conversations where the stakes are high, opinions differ and emotions are strong.
What effect are unethical behaviors in the workplace having on ethical employees?
Because employees leave unexpectedly, you should consider some level of succession planning for most people within an organization.
In a short feature within this article, Mohan Tatikonda discusses the Carrier deal's aftermath and market forces.
U.S News and World Report showcases part-time programs throughout the country, including the Kelley School of Business.
How could a trade war with China affect Hoosiers?
What response to proposed tariffs could have a significant impact on Indiana's farmers?
How do you decide if an open office might work for your organization—either by using (more) cubicles or by creating a completely open collaborative space?
IU Kelley School of Business associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship Todd Saxton discusses Tesla's growth and goals with the Associated Press.
The Kelley School of Business is launching a manufacturing center that will be housed on the IUPUI campus.
The Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus has appointed Mary Johnson director of the nationally ranked Evening MBA Program.
Mohan Tatikonda discusses the impact of state legislature decisions on Amazon HQ2 location.
IU Kelley School of Business associate dean Phil Powell speaks with the Indianapolis Business Journal about the importance of international relationships and investments.
IU Kelley School of Business economist Kyle Anderson speaks with CBS4 about businesses changing to cater to customers' wants.
IU Kelley School of Business clinical assistant professor of management and business law Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow writes the first Workplace column in the IBJ.
It's time to hit the reset button. When it comes to setting personal goals, let's do it right this time.
Todd Roberson explains on WISHTV's Daybreak what you need to know about cryptocurrencies.
"What this paper shows is that health care coalition coordination is tremendously powerful in terms of getting more patients to the right care more quickly and getting them through their care processes," said Mohan V. Tatikonda, professor of operations management at the Kelley School on the IUPUI campus, where he teaches in the school's Business of Medicine Physician MBA Program.
Kim Saxton, IU Kelley School of Business clinical associate professor of marketing, discusses the most talked-about ads of the night.
In her column for the Hamilton County Business Magazine, Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow discusses how cultivating workplace respect is good for business.
Todd Saxton, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, discusses Amazon's impact on industry and corporate strategy.
Mohan Tatikonda discusses Amazon's HQ2 with the Bloomington Herald Times.
"We are honored to have David M. Rubenstein serve as keynote speaker at the LEAD Conference," said Julie Manning Magid, executive and academic director of the Tobias Leadership Center and professor of business law at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.
Todd Roberson, senior lecturer in finance at the IU Kelley School of Business, discusses the new federal tax law passed in December.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship Todd Saxton discusses data, franchises, and corporations with Entrepreneur Magazine.
Kelley School professors Steve Jones and Mark Frohlich discuss manufacturing with the Indiana Chamber's BizVoice Magazine.
Todd Saxton, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, discusses Probo Medical, a Fishers company started by a Kelley School Evening MBA alum.
Steve Jones tells Inside Indiana Business Congress' major tax overhaul will be good for Hoosier business owners.
Todd Roberson stops by WISHTV to discuss Congress' tax reform plan.
Todd Roberson tells WIBC the biggest impact of the bill is the corporate tax changes.
Kim Donahue told WalletHub a good sports city must have availability of hotel rooms, ease of navigation in the city, and support from local and state government.
“It takes two to tango. Bridges can be burned on both sides. Consider your part in that,” Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow tells Ladders.
Kim Saxton, clinical associate professor of marketing, tells WISHTV she believes companies must pay attention to the gender wage gap in Indiana.
Anthony Cox and Dena Cox, professors of marketing at the IU Kelley School of Business at IUPUI, research how errors or typos in online reviews affect consumers.
In a her column for the Hamilton County Business Magazine, Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow discusses transparency in business.
The Equifax Breach happened. Don’t forget about it this holiday season.
Indiana Chamber's blog lists business podcasts to inform your commute.
Kim Donahue, senior lecturer of marketing, tells WalletHub the best way to look for a good sports city is to look at the ability of a city to attract, sustain and deliver on high-quality sporting events.
Phil Powell, associate dean of academic programs at the Kelley School at IUPUI, tells Inside Indiana Business this merger is good for Hoosiers.
Are the lines worth it this year? Will more people be shopping online? Todd Roberson stopped in at WISHTV to discuss.
Judy Wright, clinical assistant professor of business law, says more streetlights are beneficial for business in Indianapolis.
Helen Colby, assistant professor of marketing, tells IBJ millennials spend more time thinking about where they're getting their products from.
The 2018 forecast, presented by Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, suggests Indiana's gross state product is expected to grow by as much as 2.8 percent, slightly higher than the national GDP rate of 2.6 percent.
Before Minneapolis hosts the Super Bowl in 2018, television station KSTP visited Indianapolis to see what economic impact it had on the city.
Quantifi's podcast, The New New Thing, features IU Kelley School of Business' Kim Saxton.
Mohan Tatikonda told US News and World Report payback on incentives for cities can take 10 or 20 years, explaining sometimes the biggest benefits are obtained downstream.
Kim Saxton, clinical associate professor of marketing, says having a quiet bid may play to the city's advantage.
Mohan Tatikonda, professor of operations management, spoke with The Business Journals about Amazon's HQ2 and incentive packages.
Kim Saxton, clinical associate professor of marketing, says having a quiet bid may play to the city's advantage.
IBJ considers impact after Carmel-based Allegient is acquired by Digital Management Inc.
Phil Powell, associate dean of academic programs in Indianapolis, discusses the Kelley School of Business' goals and the new ROI Podcast.
The 2017 Indiana Manufacturing Survey was released in early October. It is authored by faculty from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, commissioned by Indianapolis-based accounting firm Katz, Sapper & Miller and promoted by the Indiana Manufacturers Association and Conexus Indiana.
A team of researchers based at IUPUI has conducted the first systematic review of studies examining the relationship between high-deductible health care plans and the use of health care services.
The Indianapolis Business Journal considers the number of former Angie's List employees who have left the company and are currently looking for work.
September 30 marked International Podcast Day.
Todd Roberson, senior lecturer in finance, sat down with WISHTV to discuss what the president's tax reform proposal could mean for you and your family.
MM&M (Medical Marketing & Media) shares strategies to attract and retain good employees at healthcare agencies.
Liz Malatestinic, senior lecturer in human resource management, says hiring for fit makes sense on many fronts. But, she tells Society for Human Resource Management, make sure that hiring for fit doesn't result in discrimination.
The South Bend Tribune reports a rural part of St. Joseph County may be considered as a location for a new Toyota-Mazda plant.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis clinical assistant professor of information systems Nolan Taylor tells US News there are two primary risks after this data hack that affected 143 million Americans.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis clinical assistant professor of marketing Mark Mayer tells the IBJ he believes messages about property taxes, commute times and rent costs are effective as Indiana markets itself in four other major cities across the country.
Phil Powell, associate dean of academic programs in Indianapolis, and Todd Saxton, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, say there are lessons from Africa we can apply in the U.S. context when it comes to social impact investing.
IU Kelley School of Business at IUPUI senior lecturer in marketing Kim Donahue shares insight into what companies can gain from a partnership with undergraduate student teams in Indianapolis.
Mohan Tatikonda tells the Indianapolis Business Journal that Amazon's already established relationship with Indiana could be an advantage, as the company looks to choose a location for its second headquarters.
Phil Powell, IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis associate dean of academic programs, says higher fuel prices could cause a ripple effect for local businesses after hurricanes make landfall in Florida and Texas.
As Indiana fights to collect sales tax from more online retailers, Kyle Anderson, clinical assistant professor of business economics, says this will have to be decided at a federal level.
Kim Donahue, senior lecturer in marketing, tells WTIU it's simple supply and demand.
Millennials hold the key to America's future economic success, says Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow, clinical assistant professor of management and business law.
Christopher Porter, professor of management, says effective leaders can shape or "prime" their employees' regulatory focus, whether that's a promotion focus or prevention focus.
In the Indianapolis Star, operations management professor Mohan Tatikonda describes pros and cons of locating the plant in Indiana.
In a monthly column, Darrell Brown, clinical associate professor of management at the IU Kelley School of Business at IUPUI, describes why there's no better time than the present to pursue further education.
In an IndyStar August article, Mohan Tatikonda says Wisconsin's incentive package for Foxx is unusual.
IU Kelley School of Business at IUPUI provides a unique opportunity for companies to partner with undergraduate student teams through I-Core.
During their two-week visit to IUPUI, the Mandela Fellows spend two days in a workshop with Kelley School faculty member Todd Roberson.
Mohan Tatikonda discusses Carrier and July layoffs with Voice of America.
Kim Saxton, clinical associate professor of marketing, says companies must know their customer base and what motivates them.
Mohan Tatikonda, professor of operations management, on the importance of innovation in factories to maintain production in the United States in the Indianapolis Star.
Mohan Tatikonda, professor of operations management, says companies must invest in R&D to make innovative products -- thus retaining and growing their workforce.
Mohan Tatikonda, professor of operations management, says companies that survive will be the ones who are reinvesting in themselves and providing innovative products.
Elizabeth Malatestinic, senior lecturer in human resource management, on the importance of networking when looking for a job, in the Indianapolis Recorder.
Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow, clinical assistant professor of management and business law at IU Kelley School of Business, discusses company culture in her latest column in the Indianapolis Business Journal.
Anthony Cox, professor of marketing at the IU Kelley School of Business, and faculty chair for the Business of Medicine Physician MBA Program, discusses the value of an MBA to private practice physicians with Medical Economics.
Indianapolis Business Journal features Larry Smith, managing director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at IUPUI.
Marjorie Lyles, professor of international strategic management, has spent her storied global career blazing trails and breaking barriers for women in business.
IU Kelley School of Business Professor of Operations Management Mohan Tatikonda says UPS' jobs announcement speaks to the strength of the state's logistics industry, during an interview with Inside Indiana Business.
IU Kelley School of Business associate dean of academic programs in Indianapolis Phil Powell discusses Marsh closures, new stores with CBS4Indy and FOX59.
Judy Wright, clinical assistant professor of business law, authors a column in the Indianapolis Recorder.
Mark Mayer, clinical assistant professor of marketing at the IU Kelley School of Business, discusses advertising and messaging when it comes to this spring's legislative discussion over Indiana's alcohol laws.
The Business of Medicine Physician MBA Program through the IU Kelley School of Business offers a healthcare policy course in DC, which was featured in Fierce Healthcare.
Mohan Tatikonda, professor of operations management at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, spoke with Medical Dealer about hospital budgeting and strategy development.
Amrou Awaysheh, assistant professor of operations management at IU Kelley School of Business, on global spend aggregation in Inside Supply Management magazine.
Todd Saxton, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the IU Kelley School of Business, discusses Indiana's effort to become an IoT hub with the Indianapolis Business Journal.
Research published in the Strategic Management Journal considers the acquisitions of CEOs who've won awards from publications and those CEOs who haven't.
Darrell Brown, clinical associate professor of management, reflects on his inspiration and motivation in the Indianapolis Recorder.
Dave Farber, associate professor of accounting, discusses auditing and drug companies in Bloomberg.
Elizabeth Malatestinic, senior lecturer in human resource management at the IU Kelley School of Business, discusses employee retention and effective onboarding in Human Resource Executive Online.