The Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at Indiana University announces the 2019 class of Tobias Fellows, an exclusive cohort that will spend the year studying leadership and developing skills through experiential learning.
As we near the middle of the fall semester, we remember Howard Keller, a faculty member who made a significant impact on the entire Kelley School family.
As Indiana’s largest industry sector enjoys continued growth in revenues and profits, its employers are investing heavily in automation and manufacturing efficiency, welcoming an industry movement that, nationally, has been dubbed “Industry 4.0.”
Internationally recognized physician researcher Brian Primack, MD, PhD, will break down media influences on youth and adult health outcomes on October 12 at IUPUI.
For the fifth consecutive year, a 2018 Gallup poll shows that Americans worry more about healthcare than any other issue. That’s why the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University has been training physicians nationwide to assume leadership roles, so they can address healthcare availability and affordability.
With support from a three-year grant, Kelley School Assistant Professor of Operations Management Amrou Awaysheh is leveraging big data to help manufacturers across the globe save energy and money.
The IU Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus welcomes two new faculty members this fall.
Julie Manning Magid, professor of business law at the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus, has been named editor-in-chief of the American Business Law Journal, the discipline’s most prestigious peer-reviewed publication.
Students at the Kelley School of Business on IUPUI’s campus will have more options, beginning this year, when it comes to learning about commercial real estate.
Congratulations to M. Kim Saxton and Peggy Daniels Lee on their promotions to clinical professor and clinical associate professor, respectively, in the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus.
If you see a sign advertising a $10 flu shot, would you walk into the store? What if that sign said the shot is worth $50 but you’ll pay only $10, which is an 80 percent discount?
Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene “Idie” Kesner and Associate Dean Philip T. Powell have named Kyle J. Anderson faculty chair of the top-ranked Evening MBA Program.
Marjorie A. Lyles has been selected to lead a top association of scholars and specialists in international business.
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.
Kelley School of Business faculty and staff members on IUPUI’s campus were honored this year with both university-wide and Kelley School awards.
Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene “Idie” Kesner and Associate Dean Philip T. Powell have named Christopher O.L.H. Porter faculty chair of the Business of Medicine Physician MBA Program beginning June 1, 2018.
As Indiana looks to invest more in startups, a new group is forming to help physicians and life science entrepreneurs innovate successfully.
The Kelley School of Business is creating a new research center focusing on the changing landscape of manufacturing in central Indiana and across the nation, with support of a generous gift from alumnus Gregg Sherrill and his wife Sabine. The center will be housed at IUPUI.
Kelley School of Business Associate Dean Philip T. Powell has announced the appointment of Mary Johnson as director of the nationally ranked Evening MBA Program on the IUPUI campus.
The Kelley School of Business at IUPUI is mourning the loss of a beloved member of our family.
Congratulations to Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow, clinical assistant professor of management and business law, who received the 2018 Samuel S. Dargan Award, presented by the Indiana University Maurer School of Law’s Black Law Student Association (BLSA).
Financier and philanthropist David M. Rubenstein will speak in downtown Indianapolis at the Leadership Engagement & Discovery (LEAD) Conference, hosted February 8-9 by the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence.
Shoppers increasingly consult online reviews before making holiday purchases. But how do they decide which reviewers to trust?
Annual Katz, Sapper & Miller survey of Hoosier manufacturers suggests investments in automation and technology are on the horizon.
Two Kelley School of Business Indianapolis faculty members are part of a team that is considering how different classroom designs can encourage learning.
With funding from the Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council, budding entrepreneurs will have the chance to receive help with customer development research from Kelley School Evening MBA students.
The IU Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus is proud to welcome four new faculty members this fall.
For the first time, top-ranked faculty from the Kelley School of Business are offering dynamic, one-day courses for working professionals in central Indiana.
The team reduced patient visit times by 18 percent and improved both patient and employee satisfaction, without cutting valuable patient-provider contact time.
The Kelley School of Business at IUPUI is again looking for central Indiana businesses to partner with undergraduate student teams for its renowned I-Core Program.
The ROI Podcast presented by the Kelley School of Business can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play or any other podcast app.
Kelley School of Business faculty members on IUPUI’s campus were honored this year with both university-wide and Kelley School awards.
Dozens of Kelley students were recognized at the annual scholarships and awards breakfast in downtown Indianapolis.
Marjorie Lyles, professor of international strategic management, has received an honorary doctorate from Copenhagen Business School (CBS).
The IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis is proud to celebrate International Women’s Day by announcing its partnership with Talent Nexus, a community-based mentoring initiative.
Research conducted by Helen Colby, assistant professor of marketing at the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, and her co-authors, may have an impact on when you decide to claim your retirement benefits.
Marva Hunt, a lifelong Indianapolis resident, has been selected as the new director of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Undergraduate Program.
As the CEO of your company, if your initial reaction after a competitor wins an award is to undertake more intensive acquisition activities, you may want to think again.
Lin Zheng, clinical associate professor of accounting for the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, has been appointed to a faculty fellow position through the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs.
The Kelley Indianapolis family mourns the loss of a beloved member of our staff.
In the first of a number of new ventures encouraging entrepreneurship, the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis is proud to support new business owners on the city’s near-west side.
Improving operations processes is at the center of business courses taught by Associate Professor of Operations Management Mark Frohlich, who awards Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificates to Kelley School of Business students upon successful completion of process improvement projects involving local businesses.
In presenting the Indiana University Kelley School of Business' annual economic forecast for 2017, faculty offered a somber view and even raised the possibility that their forecast could be wishful thinking.
Yousuf Mahomed, MD, MBA’15, has been awarded the prestigious Sagamore of the Wabash award, after a decades-long career as a cardiothoracic surgeon and professor of surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine.
The Kelley Evening MBA Program’s Discovery, Innovation, and Ventures Enterprise (DIVE) at Kelley Indianapolis was named a finalist for the 2016 University Economic Development Association’s (UEDA) Awards of Excellence in the “Innovation + Talent” category.
Annual Katz, Sapper & Miller Survey of Hoosier manufacturers indicates concerns about long-term prospects
Annual Results from State’s Largest Business Sector Serve as Bellwether for State’s Economy.
Dozens of IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students were honored Friday at the school’s annual scholarships breakfast.
Barbara Flynn, the Richard M. and Myra Louise Buskirk Professor of Manufacturing Management at the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, has been selected to serve as a co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Supply Chain Management.
Recent graduates from the Business of Medicine MBA Program at the Kelley School of Business have donated more than $127,000 to endow an annual lecture series for alumni and current students.
Researchers sought to answer whether or not turnover intentions predict behaviors at work.
The intersection of business and medicine has never been closer.
The IU Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis is proud to welcome five new faculty members to its roster this fall.
Kelley alumni will get a chance to connect with professors and fellow alumni this month – all without leaving their desk.
Not all research is done in a lab. For one IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis professor, it happens in a local not-for-profit organization.
As posted on Inside IUPUI, Smith will guide future work at the Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence.
An IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis graduate is going for gold in the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games as she represents the Republic of Seychelles.
The IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis is looking for central Indiana companies to partner with undergraduate student teams for its renowned Integrative Core (I-Core) Program.
Steven L. Jones, Robert Neal and Christopher O. L. H. Porter have been appointed full professors effective July 1.
The faces may be new, but the commitment to innovative programs and faculty research that prepare a world-class workforce for the state of Indiana remains unchanged. New leaders will assume the reins at the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, located on the IUPUI campus.
Several members of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis faculty were honored with university-wide awards in April.
Sharon Lutz won’t be there in person on Sunday. But she’ll be there in spirit as her husband walks across the commencement stage in her place. They started together, and they’ll end together—as a family.
Nearly 600 students will graduate from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis on Sunday, May 8.
It was a letter jacket that may have sparked his interest—his father’s, actually.
The Kelley School of Business Evening MBA Program in Indianapolis is ranked sixth among 344 part-time MBA programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report rankings released today. This is the program’s highest ranking—and its fifth appearance in the Top 10 since U.S. News started ranking part-time MBA programs in 2011.
The IU Kelley School of Business gives students at its Indianapolis campus a variety of opportunities to test their lessons in real-world projects and industry partnerships – using Indiana's largest regional economy (and beyond) as the School's largest classroom.
Mary Beth Kohart of CBRE, Faraz Abbasi of Centerfield Capital join group tasked with keeping close ties between Kelley Indianapolis, regional business.
Julie Barker, director, Field Human Resources and Recruiting, Appirio, and a 2005 graduate of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, was recently honored as Human Resources Professional of the Year, receiving the Award for Professional Excellence from the Indiana State Council of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).