Dean Gilligan and other deans from top-ranked business schools across the country were invited to the White House on April 16, 2014, in preparation for the White House Summit on Working Families.
Employees don't always go to managers with their ideas for improvement. New research prescribes methods for getting them to speak up.
Randy Rapp, BBA '86, and his wife, Lydia, have found a way to ensure their child's college experience is as enriching as possible through McCombs' first ever Texas BBA Parents Council.
Senior Associate Director of career management for the MBA Program, Susan Masson addresses a frequently asked question by prospective and admitted students of what they can do to get ahead in the internship search.
New Research finds that family businesses handily outperformed non-family companies during both the 2001 and 2008 recessions.