In recent months, hundreds of American corporations have vowed to cut emissions, joining a surge of companies around the country and world that have made it increasingly clear they’ll take steps toward lowering their atmosphere-heating carbon emissions.
Modern day workers spend more time in the office, but if they’re not working smarter, they aren’t doing much for their employers. One of the most striking factors influencing how we work is the color temperature of the light source we’re exposed to on a regular basis.
In 2012, Spanx’s Sara Blakely became the youngest self-made female billionaire. In 2013, the Pentagon ended its ban on women in the military serving on the front lines. In 2014, a record 100 women were elected to serve in the 114th Congress. In 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ensured that his cabinet had an equal number of women and men “because it’s 2015.” 1 And in 2016, Hillary Clinton became the first-ever female presidential nominee of a major party. The past five years have provided plenty of standout moments for women, but just how far have women really come? MBA@UNC took a […]
How do you create a more inclusive workplace? A recent survey by UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Executive Development suggests one way: Make sure women are leading your business.
With high-profile security breaches at Target, Anthem, Sony and many other companies, cybersecurity is a hot-button issue, and MBA@UNC student Jesse Clark is at the forefront of this growing industry.
‘Big data’ has become a bit of a cliche due to its ubiquity. However, the prevalence of the term does not diminish its importance. The ability to leverage data can be a competitive advantage for any number of industries.
Kimberly Schaufenbuel, program director at UNC Executive Development, explains how the science of motivation in the brain can be applied to improve employee motivation in the workplace.
MBA@UNC's Associate Director of Career & Leadership Services Mary Ryan provides tips on how to answer the interview question, "What is your biggest weakness?"
This interview series, conducted by MBA@UNC, features seven women leading nonprofits across a variety of fields. Despite spearheading organizations that are doing tremendous good, these female entrepreneurs are not traditionally recognized for the incredibly hard work they do every day.
In the male-centric sports world, women have largely been an afterthought. But thanks to the growing purchasing power of women — who control 70 to 80 percent of consumer purchases External link — they are no longer sitting on the sidelines of sports marketers’ minds.