COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/20/2021
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Starting this fall, the University at Buffalo School of Management will offer a Master of Science in business analytics to prepare graduates for careers in this high-growth field.
The UB School of Management’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) has launched a new series of workshops called Business Essentials.
Team "Sowing Bulls," made up of UB accounting and business administration undergrads, took first place in the annual case competition.
The University at Buffalo has identified 12 teams as semifinalists in the 21st annual Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition.
Two UB student startups have been accepted to the Blackstone LaunchPad & Techstars Global Fellowship program for their tech ventures.
A new UB School of Management study shows why managers prefer flat fee contracts for independent workers—and why that may hurt profits.
The world of work changed dramatically throughout 2020, and this year’s CLOE conference will help leaders navigate what’s next.
New research shows that accounting firms that overwork their employees are less likely to produce high-quality audits—even if the employees are satisfied with their careers.
Research led by James Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, shows how servant leadership positively impacts all stakeholders.
A leader who displays humble behaviors can boost team performance by reducing negative relationships in the group, according to a new School of Management study.