Marjorie Lyles, professor of international strategic management, has received an honorary doctorate from Copenhagen Business School (CBS).
The Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus partners with Talent Nexus to provide mentoring opportunities for women
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.
A new class location for an entrepreneurship undergraduate class is providing students with a unique mentoring opportunity with start-up business owners.
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.