The Center for Digital Transformation at Penn State's Smeal College of Business will host its semiannual research forum in September 2008 to examine "quiet revolutions"—technologies that are altering major market segments yet receive little attention in the popular media.
f business is an art—and much of it is—it's time to ask yourself what your company's portrait would look like if it were painted on your customer's canvas. Is it a thing of memorable beauty, say the Mona Lisa? Or is it a disjointed, abstract mess that is confusing and lacking in recognizable form?
Penn State has a launched a new online network to connect Pennsylvania entrepreneurs with the collective intelligence of all of the state's regional economic development centers to help tackle the questions associated with starting and running a business.
Ron Johnson, communication and leadership instructor in Penn State's Master of Manufacturing Management (MMM) degree program, recently addressed the Space Coast Section of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) in Melbourne, Fla.
Arthur D. Miltenberger, 1960 alumnus of Penn State's Smeal College of Business, has been named chair of the board of directors of the Nittany Lion Fund LLC, Smeal's $5 million student-managed, investor-owned investment portfolio.