George Yanez is from North Carolina and now works as an associate product manager at ReverbNation (a fast-growing tech startup that provides online tools to music industry professionals). Yanez earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech and spent 11 years working as a hardware engineer. He completed the MBA@UNC program in December 2013.
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The next dean of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School will be Douglas A. Shackelford, Meade H. Willis Distinguished Professor of Taxation and associate dean of the MBA@UNC Program at UNC Kenan-Flagler. – See more at: http://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/news/2014/01/Dean-Announcement-News-Article#sthash.sgmX9s29.dpuf
When it comes to the so-called “war for talent,” many companies remain focused on the potential of younger hires. However, in today’s economic landscape, organizations must make a shift to leverage the potential of the mature workforce in order to compete on both a domestic and international level.
The growing popularity of podcasts means that it’s easier than ever to download free audio files and absorb helpful information anywhere you want, whether you’re running on the treadmill, driving to work, waiting for a flight or cooking dinner. Podcasts cover virtually every interest from gardening to video games, but business and leadership are among the most popular categories. Here’s a look at six podcasts that allow you to gain business insights on the go.
Given the changing landscape of professional sports over the past 50 years, the blackout rule may not make economic sense today for anyone but the owners of the NFL teams.
Whether you’re discussing a salary or closing a million-dollar real estate transaction, negotiation is a core leadership competency that’s central to almost every aspect of business. However, most negotiators are not as effective as they could be. Here are Dr. Alison Fragale’s negotiating tips for creating outcomes that benefit both parties.
Forget the 4 traditional P’s of marketing. In his new book, Compete Smarter, Not Harder, MBA@UNC Marketing Professor Dr. William Putsis of UNC Kenan-Flagler explores a newer, more applicable model called the five points of effective tactics.
In the book Compete Smarter, Not Harder: A Process for Developing the Right Priorities Through Strategic Thinking, a new book by MBA@UNC Marketing Professor Dr. William Putsis, challenges are discussed of today’s rapidly changing marketplace. Putsis explains how strategic control points and vertical incentive alignment can help companies achieve a competitive edge.
Given the lightning-fast pace of change in today’s business world, companies need to be more agile than ever to seize new opportunities and react to evolving consumer demands. In his new book, Compete Smarter, Not Harder: A Process for Developing the Right Priorities Through Strategic Thinking, Dr. William Putsis lays out a step-by-step process of strategic prioritization so that companies can find the right space to compete effectively and lead market changes.
One of the many reasons why professionals pursue their MBA is to grow their personal network. A strong network plays a vital role in the development of one’s career growth. The University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School has an alumni network over 32,000 strong.