||VIDEO||Entrepreneurship Speaker Series 2012|
|Throughout spring 2012, the School invited leading entrepreneurs to speak with students in a casual, interactive environment as part of the "Entrepreneurial Consulting" course.|
|August 11, 2011||VIDEO||Finance Expert Says S&P Downgrade Unwarranted, Offers Solutions for Fixing Nation’s Financial Woes|
|Sandro Andrade, an assistant professor of finance at the School of Business, says there is no chance the U.S. will not pay back its debt and insists the S&P downgrade makes no sense. In this VIDEO SERIES, Andrade also outlines the real causes of the nation’s financial troubles and offers solutions to fixing them.|
|July 18, 2011||VIDEO||U.S. Debt Default Fears Overblown, Says Finance Professor|
|As the debate over raising the U.S. debt ceiling drags on, some now believe the nation is on the brink of defaulting. Sandro Andrade, assistant professor of finance, says these fears are overblown.
|July 18, 2011||VIDEO||New Research Shows Markets Expect Sovereign Debt Default to Result in Devastating Blow|
|Sandro Andrade, assistant professor of finance, explains Greece's debt crisis and the impact of defaulting.
|Nov. 4, 2010||VIDEO||Making Sense Out of Residential Real Estate Prices|
|Andrea Heuson, professor of finance, gave a special presentation, "Making Sense Out of Residential Real Estate Prices," at a recent Network and Learn event.|
|Oct. 14, 2010||VIDEO||How Sick is our Health Care System: The Question of Health Care Reform|
|Steve Ullmann, director of Programs in Health Sector Management and Policy and professor of management, discusses healthcare reform at a recent Network & Learn session.|
|Sept. 22, 2010||VIDEO||Successful Entrepreneur Shares Start-Up Experiences with Fellow Alumni and Students|
|The School’s alumni and students had the opportunity this month to learn about an entrepreneur’s path to success from Omar Solimon, BBA '04, who founded College Hunks Hauling Junks while still a student at the School. During the session, entitled “The Effortless Entrepreneur,” Solimon discussed how his experiences at the School eventually led him to create the multimillion dollar business with franchises throughout the United States.|
|Sept. 14, 2010||VIDEO|
|The U.S. should open up trade with more foreign nations. That’s according to Neal Asbury, CEO of Ft. Lauderdale-based food service equipment provider The Legacy Companies and host of the nationally syndicated talk radio show “Truth for America.” Asbury spoke about entrepreneurship, international trade, and America’s business relationships with other nations at the School in September in a talk co-hosted by the Harvard Business School.|
|July 29, 2010||AUDIO||Leadership Minute On Air in Puerto Rico|
|The School of Business presents a "Leadership Minute" on Puerto Rico's English-language radio station WOSO. In this audio series the School’s professors present material from their fields of expertise to a business audience in Puerto Rico.|
|June 23, 2010||VIDEO||BP's Shattered Reputation|
|Cecily Cooper, an associate professor of management and an expert on trust repair, says BP has a tough road ahead but is doing some things right. In these videos, Cooper discusses what firms must do when trust is broken, BP’s television ad campaign on the spill, what the future holds for BP, and what the future holds for the oil industry overall.|
|April 15, 2010||VIDEO||Global Economic Forecast 2010|
|Arun Sharma, professor of marketing, offers insight for marketers on what megatrends are taking place and how the business world should react to those trends at a recent Network & Learn session.
|Mar. 26, 2010||VIDEO||Entrepreneurship Practicum: Accounting and Finance
|The seventh practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. The title of this session is "Accounting and Finance".|
|Mar. 12, 2010||VIDEO|
The sixth practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. The title of this session is "Customers".
|Mar. 5, 2010||VIDEO||Entrepreneurship Practicum: Uncertainty
The fifth practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. This session, "Uncertainty," explains several important considerations including: estimation models, validation, extrapolation, penetration curves, and the law of unintended consequences.
|Feb. 26, 2010||VIDEO|
The fourth practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. This session, "Web-centric Operations," explains several important considerations including: shared hosting, URLs, and registrars, open source & open formats, web intensity, site design, and launching your site.
|Feb. 24, 2010||VIDEO||Toyota’s Recall Crisis: Building Back Consumer Trust|
|How can Toyota build back consumer trust in the wake of a massive recall due to safety concerns? Chet Schriesheim, University Distinguished Professor of Management, says trust has three components and that violators of trust must confront the component that has been compromised and re-establish that element.|
|Feb. 19, 2010||VIDEO|
|The third practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. This session, "Structuring Ownership," explains several important considerations including: debt vs equity, the three C's of equity, dilution, stock options, and sweat equity.|
|Feb. 12, 2010||VIDEO||Entrepreneurship Practicum: Forming the Entity
|The second practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. This session, "Forming the Entity," explains the pros and cons of various legal forms for one's new venture from an entrepreneur's perspective, as well as several other important considerations.|
|Feb. 5, 2010
||Entrepreneurship Practicum: Creating Your Identity
|The first practicum in a weekly series hosted by Entrepreneur in Residence Eric Kriss about starting a new venture. This session, "Creating Your Identity," describes and explains the steps that should be taken when developing an image for a new venture.
|Oct. 22, 2009||VIDEO||Career Strategies for Uncertain Economic Times|
|Three experts in career consulting, Guy Cote, partner-in-charge of Heidrick & Struggles' Miami office, Elizabeth K. Hicks, senior client partner in Korn/Ferry International's Miami office, and Michael Sivori, the market director for Kforce, overseeing Finance & Accounting and Technology staffing services in South Florida came together in a panel discussion, moderated by Terri A. Scandura, academic director of the Leadership Institute. Featured topics related to finding a job and managing a career in this down economy.
|June 25, 2009||VIDEO||Customer Insights for Innovation: Adam Goldstein, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International|
|Leading academics joined top business executives at the School of Business in June 2009 to share insights for successfully launching new products and services. The “Customer Insights for Innovation” conference, hosted by the School, was organized by the Marketing Science Institute (MSI). Adam Goldstein, the president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International says of his company, “We live with our guests. That really arms our people in a way that is unique to our business.”|
|June 25, 2009||VIDEO||Customer Insights for Innovation: Russ Klein, President, Global Marketing, Strategy and Innovation, Burger King Corp.|
|Russ Klein, the president of global marketing, strategy and innovation at Burger King Corporation says “If the outcome of a process is not a competitive advantage, then it’s not strategy.”|
|June 25, 2009||VIDEO||Customer Insights for Innovation: Robert Meyer, Warren Johnson Chair and Professor of Marketing, UM School of Business Administration|
|Robert Meyer, the Warren Johnson Chair and professor of marketing discussed consumer perceptions of product innovations, noting that “We don’t sell products; we sell dreams. How do you put a number on a dream?”|
|June 25, 2009||VIDEO||Customer Insights for Innovation: Barbara Kahn, Dean, UM School of Business Administration|
|Barbara Kahn, dean of the University of Miami School of Business Administration, speaks about innovating in an economic downturn.|
|June 22, 2009||VIDEO||Dean Barbara Kahn Shares Insight on Product Packaging on Nightly Business Report|
|A segment on PBS’s national business news program focused on research by Barbara Kahn, dean of the School of Business, which found that where the image of a product is placed on its package influences how heavy or light the product is perceived to be by consumers. The segment featured Kahn walking around a grocery store discussing the research.|
|June 16, 2009
||VIDEO||Dean Barbara Kahn is Guest Commentator of Nightly Business Report|
|Barbara Kahn, dean of the School of Business, appeared on PBS’s national business news program as a guest commentator. Her segment focused on the need for retailers to deliver true value and promote accountability in order to be successful in the troubled economic environment.
|May 15, 2009
||Undergraduate Business Programs Commencement Reception
|Nearly 500 men and women graduated with bachelor’s degrees from the School of Business Administration during the spring 2009 commencement ceremony. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the School.
|May 14, 2009
||Graduate Business Programs Awards Ceremony and Reception|
|More than 200 MBA and other master’s degree candidates participated in spring commencement ceremonies. After the ceremony, awards were presented to outstanding faculty and the top graduates in the various programs.
|May 13, 2009
||PHOTOS:||Undergraduate Business Programs Awards Ceremony|
|Seniors graduating from the School of Business honored the School’s best faculty and the faculty honored the School’s best seniors at the 2009 Undergraduate Business Programs Awards Ceremony.|
|April 23, 2009
||CEOs from GE, Cisco and FPL Discuss the World's Energy Future as Part of Global Business Forum Series
|Jeffrey Immelt, the chairman and CEO of General Electric, John Chambers, the chairman and CEO of Cisco, and Lew Hay, the chairman and CEO of FPL Group participate in a question-and-answer session moderated by UM President Donna E. Shalala to discuss the world's energy future at a special CEO Forum hosted by the School of Business .
|Feb. 20, 2009||VIDEO:||The Undergraduate Experience at the University of Miami School of Business
|Hear from our sophomores, juniors and seniors about UM's innovative curriculum and how it takes on a global perspective with hands-on, real-world learning from day one, providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today's increasingly competitive economy.
|Jan. 16, 2009||VIDEO:
||Global Business Forum Highlights - Harnessing the Power of the Connected World|
|This video presentation highlights the forward-thinking discussions on global connectivity, innovation and leadership that occurred over two days at the University of Miami’s 2009 Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 16, 2009
||VIDEO:||Jack Welch, Former CEO, General Electric
|Welch sits down for a lively question-and-answer session with UM President Donna E. Shalala at the University's Global Business Forum, and takes on all comers in the audience as he addresses the Obama administration, the financial crisis and the importance of human resources.
|Jan. 16, 2009||VIDEO:
||Jim Skinner, Vice Chairman and CEO, McDonald's Corporation|
|Skinner comments that to succeed in an increasingly connected world, companies of all sizes must move quickly and innovate constantly. His comments came at the University's Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 16, 2009
||Frances Aldrich Sevilla-Sacasa, Former President, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management|
|Sevilla-Sacasa says investors and wealth managers will need to adapt to a new world of lower profits and slower growth, refocusing on basic principles of sound management. Her comments came at the University's Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 16, 2009
||VIDEO:||Muhtar Kent, President and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company|
|Kent addresses what he calls the “financial tsunami” on the global economy, but speaks optimistically about the future saying he believes America will come out of this crisis stronger and sooner than most people anticipate. His comments came at the University's Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 15, 2009
||Arun Sarin, Former CEO, Vodafone Group|
|Sarin discusses today’s wealth creation in emerging markets at the University's Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 15, 2009
||VIDEO:||Alberto Ibargüen, President and CEO, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation|
|Ibargüen discusses the impact of global connectivity on modern life at the University's Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 15, 2009
||VIDEO:||Michael L. Ducker, President, International, FedEx Express|
|Ducker on access in the connected world at the University's Global Business Forum.|
|Jan. 15, 2009
||VIDEO:||Donna E. Shalala, President, University of Miami|
|Shalala welcomes attendees the inaugural Global Business Forum in her opening remarks and goes on to speak about innovation, health care, politics and more.|
|Jan. 5, 2009
||VIDEO:||University of Miami Global Business Forum (en Espanol)|
|Patricia Sanchez-Abril, assistant professor of business law at the School of Business Administration, provides a Spanish-language preview of the University’s inaugural Global Business Forum to be held Jan. 15 – 16, 2009.|
|Jan. 5, 2009
||University of Miami Global Business Forum|
|Barbara Kahn, dean of the School of Business Administration provides a preview of the University’s inaugural Global Business Forum to be held Jan. 15 – 16, 2009.
|Oct. 24, 2008
|Steve Ullmann, professor of management and economics and director of the School's programs in health sector management and policy, addresses the issue of the rising cost of healthcare in the United States.|
|June 1, 2008||VIDEO:||Insight for Marketers|
|Arun Sharma, chair of the marketing department and vice dean for strategic initiatives at the School of Business offers insight for marketers in a new video.|
|May 1, 2008||AUDIO:||Mentoring at Work|
|Terri Scandura, professor of management at the School of Business, is featured in a podcast series produced by the Organizational Behavior Division of Academy of Management.|