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Life doesn’t wait two or more years for you to complete a graduate-level degree, but you can still succeed as a graduate student amidst the unpredictability of life. Hear from current students and graduate faculty on the tips they offer to help ensure your success in a graduate program.
There has been a shift in daily routines toward a virtual world and life seems to revolve around computers and devices now more than ever. We have been forced to learn more about how we use devices, how to interact through technology, and how to use the tools of the internet to continue to pursue projects, interests, and passions. Put those skills to good use and feel confident in your ability to achieve a graduate degree online.
Have you asked yourself the question of whether attending graduate school is right for you? If so, your answer probably depends on numerous variables, and is likely as personal and unique as you. Perhaps you have an innate curiosity and desire to learn. Or, maybe you have settled on a distinct path and a graduate degree is a steppingstone to success. Regardless of your motive, there are significant benefits to pursuing an advanced degree.
Now, more than ever, organizations realize the value in having a strong Enterprise Risk Management team that can help identify, manage and mitigate risk. To understand just how important the role of risk manager plays in an organization, Professor Ed Horwitz, PhD, invited Megan Holt, Mutual of Omaha’s Risk Management Director, to join him for a candid conversation on the role risk managers play in an organization.
The leader with highly-developed emotional intelligence stands out like a bright and welcoming lighthouse in the deep sea of qualified candidates.
Experiencing systemic injustice can be hard to name. And, even after seeing and naming injustice, people struggle with how it is normalized and hidden. Creighton University Graduate School, in cooperation with the Durham Museum and Omaha Community, explored questions of social justice during a recent “Speaking Truths” panel inspired by images in the Durham Museum's featured exhibition, "Pulitzer Prize Photographs" developed by the Newseum.
Companies are composed of several different and distinctive divisions and perhaps the department with the most extensive organizational reach is IT. The IT department is integral to an organization’s functioning and is responsible for supporting and enabling its success. In this installment of the Business Bites Webinar Series, Anton Ames, MBA, instructor of business intelligence and analytics at the Heider College of Business, discusses how streamlining is beneficial when it is both efficient and effective.
How do you protect your brand during turbulent times? Tim McMahon, PhD, associate professor of practice in the Department of Marketing and Management at Creighton’s Heider College of Business, addresses this timely question and draws on the expertise of master branders to present the key components of a strong brand. Dr. McMahon highlights companies that have failed their brands when faced with adversity and those that have relied on their brands to not only weather storms but emerge stronger.
Over the last three weeks there has been a large and appropriate response to the murder of Black Americans by police officers. As a leading Jesuit institution of higher education, the Creighton community is called to engage with each other on a deeper level, examining current events in the context of our academic structure with the goal of better understanding how to truly be for and with others and be agents of social change. Hear from EdD student Driko Parsons as he shares his reaction to the civil unrest brought about by the killing of George Floyd and, in particular, how his reaction as a Black man affected his view of leadership.
When managing investments, particularly during a crisis, have you ever asked “what would Warren Buffet do”? Robert Johnson, PhD, CFA, CAIA, professor of finance at Creighton University’s Heider College of Business discusses the Oracle of Omaha’s investment strategy in good times and bad, focusing directly on the current COVID-19 economy and its effects on the stock market.