Scheller College of Business at Georgia Tech







Reflecting on 2016, Preparing for 2017
We’re pleased to share with you updates about the exciting fall we’ve had here at the College in the winter edition of the Scheller College Digest. From innovative degree programs to a CEO-packed panel discussion about innovation with the Aspen Institute to new diversity initiatives - our students, faculty, and staff have been busy. We invite you to read more about these accomplishments as we look ahead to an exciting 2017!
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Scheller College Hosts Global CEO Panel on Leadership
The global executives of The Aspen Institute, The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, and BuzzFeed met at Scheller College for a conversation that examined the most disruptive ideas and game-changing trends in business. Here's a summary of the dialogue, set in an auditorium packed with Scheller alumni, students, and corporate and cross-campus partners.
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Upcoming Events
Check IconTuesday, January 3
West Coast Technology Trek Alumni & Student Reception - SEATTLE
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West Coast Technology Trek Alumni & Student Reception - PALO ALTO
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West Coast Technology Trek Alumni & Student Reception - SAN FRANCISCO
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Impact Speaker: Derreck Kayongo, CEO, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights
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Undergraduate Students Collaborate with Children's Healthcare
For the first time, the Georgia Tech-Children's Healthcare of Atlanta partnership is expanding beyond innovative pediatric biomedical research, and is helping to create the next improvements in business practices and management within pediatric primary care.
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Professor Frank Rothaermel Helps Others Find Their Winning Strategy
Professor Rothaermel’s research was recently published in the fall issue of the MIT Sloan Management Review. He and co-author Ha Hoang, professor of management at ESSEC Business School in Paris, offer a roadmap for companies looking to team up and ensure the best outcomes from strategic alliances. Here, we look at his research, but also examine his career of helping firms and students.
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A Visit from Bert and Ernie
In October, Ernie Scheller IM 1952, and his wife Roberta, visited with students, faculty and staff. "This part of my life is the best part of my life, and it's students like you that make it this way," Mr. Scheller said. He and his wife gave the $50 million gift that led to the 2012 renaming of our business school. View pictures from the event!
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Steven A. Denning Technology & Management Program Creates the Next Innovative Leader
Scheller College's Denning Technology & Management Program recently became open to all Georgia Tech undergraduate majors. In this video, T&M alumni talk about how the program prepared them to lead innovation.
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Congratulations to Fall 2016 Graduates
At Georgia Tech, commencement isn't just a ceremony, but a season of celebration. On December 16, Scheller College welcomed 128 undergrad and 44 MBA graduates into the alumni community. See photos and read stories from the happy graduates.
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2016 Dean's Report Download Available
The Dean’s Report is an annual report that focuses on how Scheller College of Business realizes its mission and strategic plan through its many educational programs. The report details program updates, highlights student, alumni, and faculty achievements, and presents recent research and donor news.
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Alumni, faculty, staff and students
Rhett Grametbauer, MBA 2004, Takes Ultimate Football Road Trip
Rhett Grametbauer, MBA 2004, Takes Ultimate Football Road Trip


Market Orientation Research Leads to Honorary Doctorate for Ajay Kohli
Market Orientation Research Leads to Honorary Doctorate for Ajay Kohli


Ph.D. Student Dionne Nickerson Examines Corp. Sustainability Efforts
Ph.D. Student Dionne Nickerson Examines Corp. Sustainability Efforts
Faculty, research, & college news making headlines
Check IconFoundations of creativity in the workplace - Christine Shalley
Check IconTeaming up with another company? How to make it work, according to research - Rothaermel
Check Icon10 MBAs With the Highest Return for Grads Earning $100,000+
Check IconThe Trump effect on Privacy Shield: ‘There’s a great deal that’s unknown’ - Peter Swire
Check Icon2016’s Best Things to Buy on Black Friday - Adi Pattabhiramaiah
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