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Rice MBA Julian Duncan was recently named the chief marketing and strategy officer for the Houston Rockets. “There’s definitely going to be a lot experimenting and a lot of new, fresh ideas that are coming up," he told the Houston Chronicle.18 Sep
Yan “Anthea” Zhang, the Fayez Sarofim Vanguard Chair Professor of Strategy at the Rice Business, has been selected as a fellow of the Strategic Management Society (SMS), a distinction honoring members of the society who have made significant contributions to the theory and practice of strategic management.15 Sep
An application that allows convenience store owners to remotely manage and monitor their businesses from their smartphones took home the grand prize during the 2021 Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC).
Why do so many companies come up short in their strategy planning? Because CEOs end up playing the role of firefighter, implementer or counselor. Co-written by Vikas Mittal, J. Hugh Liedtke Professor of Marketing at Rice Business.
For its pre-MBA internship program, the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is recruiting from only 28 MBA programs, including Rice Business.
With the recent upsurge in cryptocurrency and digital art popularity, Tellinga announced it has added custom NFT art as part of its personalized story-mailing experiences. The company was founded by Rice MBA '19, Alex Kurkowski.
Three events during this week’s Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC) — the world’s largest and richest student startup competition — will be livestreamed.
After seeing business boom over the past year, Amazon, Zoom and others are swooping in with job offers for business-school graduates as traditional M.B.A. hirers pull back.
Firms are being put on the spot to respond to social and political debates, which presents the risk of making missteps. “A lot of companies follow the leader. They don’t want to stick out,” said Doug Schuler, professor of business and public policy at Rice Business.
Remember when you were applying to business school? We know the application process can be an arduous one, and we want to find ways to improve it. Doug Schuler, professor of business and public policy at Rice Business, is quoted.
Students interested in graduate research in various fields, from public health and English to computer science and engineering, have numerous options for Ph.D. programs that offer full funding. These programs typically provide waived tuition and fees, as well as an annual stipend.
Understanding what drives food choices can help high-volume food service operations like universities reduce waste, according to a new study conducted by a team of experts led by Eleanor Putnam-Farr, assistant marketing professor at Rice Business.