In a world of rapid change, static methods of strategic planning won’t work, says Willie Pietersen, a professor of the practice of management.
As the Ko Hospitality Group opens its first US restaurant, CEO Stan Ko ’99 talks about the family business and why he’s fiercely dedicated to the dining experience.
Research shows that even with the right qualifications and skills, people often fall short of meeting their career aspirations—unless they also have presence.
Changes in the way we shop and what we buy are evolving at a furious pace. Here’s a look at trends sweeping the retail world.
Nearly half of all Americans will soon make a New Year’s resolution. One-third will fail to keep it, according to a Marist Poll.
The startup Eat Offbeat turns refugees into chefs who share their homeland’s cuisines. It began with a food craving.
What makes global networking unique? Attendees of Columbia Business School’s Pan-Euro Forum, held in Paris in October 2018, share their top tips on cross-border networking — and how Columbia Business School stands out.