What can performance artists and musical jam sessions teach MBA students about leading in their organizations? A lot, it turns out.
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Chicago’s first leadership development program specifically for African American professionals, created in partnership with Chicago Booth, is training the next generation of civic and corporate leaders.
The new campus affirms Booth’s continued commitment to London and the wider Europe, Middle East, and Africa region.
When Advanced Negotiations shifted online for Spring Quarter, Professor George Wu and his students adapted quickly—and discovered unexpected upsides to the virtual format.
Wright will become the first Black team president in league history and will be responsible for leading the team’s business divisions.
Three Booth faculty members shared a glimpse into their home lives and explained how that intersects with their professional and scholarly work as the pandemic unfolds.
A Polsky Center program is connecting student consultants with local Chicago businesses to help them adapt to these challenging times.
The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation launches a summer program for MBA students looking to leverage their skills for social impact.