Penn State Executive Programs is hosting a two-day leadership development program in Philadelphia this month focusing on the unique challenges and opportunities that women face in their work environments.
Lifelong learning is more than just an educational buzzword. It's a philosophy and a process that keeps your skills current and ready for the latest challenges. Whether it's challenging the status quo or transforming for the future, investments in broadening your thinking always pay dividends.
A new white paper by leadership consultant and Smeal College of Business professor Albert Vicere highlights recent interviews he conducted with nine business and thought leaders about how they and their organizations are managing the challenges and opportunities presented by the recession.
A group of high school students from across the United States is visiting Penn State’s Smeal College of Business for a two-week program that allows them to explore opportunities in business education.
The Academy of Management has named Donald Hambrick, Smeal Chaired Professor of Management at Penn State's Smeal College of Business, as the 2009 recipient of the Distinguished Educator Award, the organization’s highest honor for management education.
A survey of 126 companies and 19 academic institutions conducted by AMR Research, a research firm focused on the global supply chain and its supporting technologies, has identified Penn State's Smeal College of Business as having the best supply chain program in the United States in terms of industry value, program depth, and program scope.