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Renowned Analytics Chief Bill Franks Shares What It Takes to Develop Data Focused Leadership
The rise of analytics is a game-changer in any industry, but when business leaders fail to focus on data usage, their organization will suffer.
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Scheller College helps Clorox Ensure its Supply Chain Leadership Pipeline
The Clorox Company was selected as one of two recipients of the Supply Chainnovator Award from Gartner, Inc., the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company.
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Georgia Tech Launches New MBA/M.S. and MBA/Ph.D. Dual Degree with College of Engineering and College of Computing
Georgia Tech is now offering a dual degree option allowing students to combine an MBA with an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in programs within the College of Engineering and College of Computing.
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For Ashley Vanderpoel, MBA is Key to Global Positive Impact
Ashley Vanderpoel's initial encounter with the MBA curriculum at Scheller College of Business was a marked contrast to her undergraduate studies in communications and Spanish.
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Dr. Jeffrey Hales Appointed to Advisory Council for FASB
The Board of Trustees of the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) has appointed Dr. Jeffrey Hales to the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council (FASAC).
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Money Ranks Georgia Tech among “10 Great Colleges for Business Majors”
Money magazine recently ranked Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business sixth in the nation as a “high-value” college where business graduates tend to out-earn their counterparts from other schools.
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Scheller College of Business Students Named among Best and Brightest Undergraduate Business Majors
Elana Burton and Nicholas Cardamone have been selected for Poets & Quants’ list of the 50 “best and brightest” undergraduate business students across the country. This national honor recognizes decorated business majors from the Class of 2016 who reflect the best of their schools in terms of academic performance, extracurricular leadership, personal character and innate potential.
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A Family Tradition
For some who come to Tech as a legacy, they may be the most recent in a long lineage of Yellow Jackets. For others, they’re part of a new generation that is planting roots that could start that lineage for years to come.
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