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John Benevidez, Anderson School of Management, and Mary Bowannie, Native American Studies, talk about how students can work with professors to get the help they need to succeed in the classroom and beyond. Parent Talk is sponsored by UNMs Dean of Students Family Connection Program, Parent Relations Office, Parent Association and Extended University. Visit parent.unm.edu.
euruni.edu European University (EU) is one of the world´s top business schools recognized for the excellence of its students and faculty. EU is accredited by ACBSP (Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs), a CHEA recognized accrediting body. Established in 1973, EU has developed a business education that delivers high quality teaching, a competitive learning environment and a network of several campuses in different countries. This broad network encourages students to participate in inter-campus exchanges in the following countries Spain, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Austria, Turkey, Syria, Kazakhstan, Singapore, Malaysia, China and Taiwan. EU offers the traditional programs of Bachelor and Master of Business Administration (BBA & MBA), and also the possibility to specialize in 10 different fields of management education such as Business Administration, Communication & Public Relations, Leisure & Tourism Management, Global Banking & Finance, Sports Management, Entrepreneurship and E-Business. The first goal of EU is to bring the American education model to Europe by relating classroom theory to professional skills. The courses are taught in English using the case study method to prevent business theory from remaining abstract and incomprehensible. The second goal of EU is to internationalize its programs by providing a unique environment. An international perspective is guaranteed by the composition of the faculty and student body. EU offers education that ...
What differentiates the Bath MSc in Marketing? The Bath MSc in Marketing is designed to build on your previous knowledge of marketing, gained either through your undergraduate studies or work experience. The Bath MSc in Marketing differs from many other marketing Masters programmes as it has been designed to: * Draw on the research interests of the marketing faculty and address the three core elements of marketing today: Marketing to Consumers, Marketing to Businesses and Organizations and Marketing and Society. * Deepen and advance your understanding of core marketing theories and concepts. * Balance theory with practical application. * Systematically develop key business skills including group working skills, project management skills and presentation skills. * Leverage the expertise of nationally and internationally recognised faculty who have successfully published in the worlds top marketing journals and have many years of practical marketing experience between them.
What differentiates the Bath MSc in Marketing? The Bath MSc in Marketing is designed to build on your previous knowledge of marketing, gained either through your undergraduate studies or work experience. The Bath MSc in Marketing differs from many other marketing Masters programmes as it has been designed to: - Draw on the research interests of the marketing faculty and address the three core elements of marketing today: Marketing to Consumers, Marketing to Businesses and Organizations and Marketing and Society. - Deepen and advance your understanding of core marketing theories and concepts. - Balance theory with practical application. - Systematically develop key business skills including group working skills, project management skills and presentation skills. - Leverage the expertise of nationally and internationally recognised faculty who have successfully published in the worlds top marketing journals and have many years of practical marketing experience between them.
Entrepreneurship Cell, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi www.ecell-fms.org
This video is my official entry to the event Survivor for Backwaters 2010. Sarvesh Sahni, Batch of 2011, FMS Delhi
Serveskriti '09 is the Annual Convention and Management Festival of the MBA - Management of Services Course of the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), New Delhi. An amalgamation of enriching knowledge and intense competition, Serveskriti presents an amazing opportunity for b-school students to groom themselves into excellent managers of the future. The event is scheduled on 19th and 20th December
we did a comic skit of SACH KA SAMNA on friendship party. i (VIKRANT CHAWAT) played the role of rajiv khandelwal. there were two guest. first was babu rav aapte (YOGESH KUMAR JAIN) from film hera pheri and rakhi sawant (SILKY GAUR). Faculty of Management Studies, Udaipur (Rajasthan),INDIA
The Enderun Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) program provides students with rigorous training in fundamental professional and business skills, while giving students practical and real-life knowledge through experience-based teaching methods and challenging internships. The Enderun business programs strong international orientation, cemented by a faculty of academics and industry experts from leading business organizations, prepares students for a career in the global business environment, be it as entrepreneurs or corporate executives. Students also have the option of selecting a major on which to focus their studies, whether Business Process Management and Consulting, Finance and Wealth Management, Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise or Marketing Management. Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise prepares and requires all students to actually venture into a new or family business. The students also learn to manage ongoing family enterprises, especially through intergenerational transfers, an emphasis not found elsewhere.
February 1, 2007 Speaker: Edward Kaplan, William N. and Marie A. Beach Professor of Management Sciences, Yale School of Management; Professor of Public Health, Yale School of Medicine; and Professor of Engineering, Yale Faculty of Engineering Presented by: The Institute for Global Security Law & Policy Summary: The Distinguished Lecture in Global Security Law & Policy Suicide bombings targeting Israeli civilians were once the favored tactic of Palestinian terrorists. Israeli deaths from suicide bombings peaked in the spring of 2002, but Israeli countermeasures dramatically lowered the number of successful suicide bombings since then. This talk will present an evaluation of the impact of various countermeasures on suicide bombing rates with an eye towards understanding the decline in successful suicide bombings in Israel. An elected member of both the National Academy of Engineering (2003) and the Institute of Medicine (2004), Professor Kaplan is an expert in operations research, mathematical modeling and statistics who studies problems in public policy and management. His recent research has focused on counterterrorism topics such as the tactical prevention of suicide bombings, bioterrorism preparedness, and response logistics in the event of a smallpox or anthrax attack. These studies have influenced national and international bioterrorism policy, and his work on smallpox was awarded the 2003 Koopman Prize of the INFORMS Military Applications Society.
Shaun talks about his time here at Leeds Metropolitan University studying BA (Hons) Business Studies within our Business & Law faculty.
Sara talks about her role of being an Administrator for the School of Accountancy & Financial Services within the Faculty of Business & Law here at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Veronique Tran is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at ESCP Europe Paris Campus. She is a graduate of the University of Lausanne in Political Science. She earned her Doctorate in Psychology from the University of Geneva Switzerland with the Geneva Emotion Research Group directed by Prof. Klaus Scherer. She was a permanent faculty member at Team International where she acquired extensive experience in executive education and management development, with emphasis on interpersonal and organizational behavior topics. She is a visiting professor in Organizational Behavior at the University of Nova (Lisbon, Portugal). Her primary research focus is to examine the interaction of emotions with decision-making processes in management teams. During her post-doctoral studies in the Industrial/Organizational area of the Department of Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University, she had the opportunity to research creativity and innovation processes and how they unfold across levels of organizations. Additional research interests include topics such as emotion in organizational contexts (eg emotional climate), team dynamics, and organizational learning. Veronique Tran is member of the Academy of Management (AOM), the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the American Psychology Association (APA), the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE), and EMONET Emotions in Organizational settings.
Sept. 21, 2009: Annenberg Research Seminar: Paul Leonardi, Northwestern University Join students and faculty for a presentation by Paul Leonardi, assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies, Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences and Management and Organizations at Northwestern University. His topic: Turning technology into a resource for structuring: A comparative study of materiality and network change. From Dr. Leonardi: In this paper, I present longitudinal data on the use of simulation software in two engineering groups at a US automaker showed that the technology was used by engineers for more than three months as a resource for accomplishing various tasks; though not used as a resource for structuring. Initially, divergent uses of the technologies features precluded users in both groups from structuring their consultation networks differently. Eventually, engineers in one of the groups converged on the use of a common set of features and collectively altered the structuring of their networks. I discuss implications for theory and research on technology use and organizational change.
Mitra Sir's Farewell Video
Meet Professor Donna Maimes faculty at the school of management - Addressing a unique program that values professional work experience in the classroom
Finanza '09 - The Annual Finance Event of Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi on 13th September, 2009 Register yourself at www.tinyurl.com/finanza2009
Finanza 2009 Video
Flattery and favors are still the order of the day in the corporate boardroom, according to research by University of Michigan Ross School of Business strategy professor Jim Westphal. He studies strategic management and organizational theory, with a focus on social and psychological processes in corporate governance. For more from Ross Thought in Action: www.bus.umich.edu
Christine Daley - Course Leader BA(Hons) Business Studies discusses the course at Leeds Business School.
Ameenn talks about his time here at Leeds Metropolitan University studying MSc Management within our Business & Law faculty.
Janice, Leeds Business School Placements Manager discusses the opportunities for students using her services available to them.
The faculty for business studies at the University of Mannheim has an outstanding reputation and attracts many students from abroad. Students like Tuyen Ha Minh from Vietnam and Alexander Umpelev from Russia, who chose Mannheim as their new home.
EdD Educational Leadership Management MBA MPH Master of Public Health MS Engineering Management MS Higher Education MS Human Resource Development MS Information Systems MS Library and Information Science MS Science of Instruction MSN Nursing Education and Faculty Role MSN Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management
The Management Information Systems (formerly Computer Information Systems) Program at Fort Hays State University has a proud history of producing successful graduates. The program offers a Bachelors of Business Administration (MIS BBA), a concentration in the Bachelors of General Studies, and graduate level concentrations in the Masters of Business Administration and the Masters of Liberal Studies. Management Information Systems is a business discipline involving software development and computer systems integration in support of business functions an processes. A student will learn about computer hardware, software, networks, and security as well as developing a base of business skills. These are a few reasons that students like you have elected to study Management Information Systems at Fort Hays State University: * Management Information Systems graduates are in significant demand. Recent graduation placement rates have been at or near 100%. * Management Information Systems salaries are very competitive. Top graduates may earn $50000-$70000 a year or more. * The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by 2012, there will be a need for 788,00 computer systems analysts and 881000 chief information officers/vice presidents of information systems. * FHSU MIS students are taught by full-time faculty. * FHSU MIS classes emphasize hands on learning, small class sizes, and access to faculty. * FHSU MIS facilities and equipment are second to none. * FHSU MIS alumni have an ...
Richard Locke, the Alvin J. Siteman Professor of Entrepreneurship and Professor of Political Science, teaches in both the Sloan School of Management and the MIT Political Science Department. He is currently the Deputy Dean of the MIT Sloan School of Management and has served as the faculty chair of the MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership faculty lead of the MIT Sloan Sustainable Business and Society Initiative. Professor Locke was a speaker at the United States Studies Centre's 2009 National Summit, Sustainable Globalisation: Will It Survive the GFC?
Its about our good time in mumbai,during our summer training. its made by students of Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras HIndu University.
Nurses and other health professionals will learn how to integrate the systems for risk management, quality, and patient safety in this program. Faculty director Dolly Curley introduces the program. Visit www.pcs.udel.edu for details.
University of Melbourne Faculty of Economics and Commerce Management Practicum. Capstone studies are designed to provide an opportunity for high achieving students to explore in-depth an area of interest related to their studies. Business Practicum (formerly Management Practicum) is taken as a third year subject and requires participants to draw upon multi-disciplinary knowledge skills and theory acquired from their previous studies. Students work in teams, with an academic supervisor as consultants for participating organisations.
Dr. Hussain Al-Rizzo, associate professor of systems engineering in the Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology (EIT), won the $5000 University Faculty Excellence Award for Research sponsored by PepsiAmericas. As one of the worlds leading experts in the areas of applied computational electromagnetic antennas and propagation, wireless communication systems, adaptive and statistical signal processing, and global positioning systems, Dr. Hussain Al-Rizzo could focus solely on his research and have a vibrant career. However, the associate professor in systems engineering serves as an active mentor to both graduate and undergraduate researchers, guiding them to success in their own projects. Dr. Al-Rizzo ensures their work is as productive as his has been for more than two decades. He has earned several patents, written over 30 peer-reviewed publications, and made countless presentations for international meetings and conferences. Dr. Al-Rizzo earned a bachelor of science degree in electronics and communications and a postgraduate diploma from the University of Mosul in Iraq. In addition, he received a masters degree in electrical engineering from the University of Mosul and a doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Dr. Al-Rizzo is a member of the International Council for Systems Engineering and the Materials Research Society. Other college winners in research are: T. Gregory Barrett ...
Please watch the complete video carefully and then answer the question that has been sent to you in the notepad file...Please send the notepad file back to me... Thanks This is a video uploaded by Amit Tyagi a student of Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi as part of his summer internship project at Starcom Mediavest....This is part of a study being conducted regarding my project. In case you wish to participate please drop a mail to email@example.com
The Operations Management concentration focuses on ways in which companies assess, manage, and improve their productivity and efficiency in order to maintain their competitive edge in both national and international markets. Students who concentrate in the Operations Management Science become highly skilled at using quantitative analysis and information technology within the managerial context. Graduates of this concentration begin careers in a variety of industries, including hi-tech, transportation, health care services, financial services, and others and focus on project management, systems development, quality management, decision support, operations management, and more. This video uses faculty and alumni to define operations management, to discuss critical decision areas that involve operations managers, and to describe the use of operations management in real-life applications. To learn more visit www.management.umb.edu For information about undergraduate studies, go to www.management.umb.edu and for information about graduate studies, go to www.management.umb.edu
Interview with V. Narayanan, Faculty (Finance) for MMS (MBA) Programme of Fr C. Rodrigues Institute of Management Studies, Vashi, October 23, 2008, 1 pm
The Electronic and Computer Engineering Department at HKUST is committed to excellence in teaching and world-class research . We are proud that we have amassed a talented and dedicated group of faculty with Ph.D.'s from world-renowned universities and work experience from high-technology industries. Our faculty members are internationally recognized as inventors, academic leaders, entrepreneurs, Editors of prestigious journals, and Fellows of peer societies such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). We strive to prepare our students to become well-rounded and technically competent engineers who will continue learning in the ever-changing world of high technology. Our laboratories and classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for cutting-edge research and multimedia teaching. The curriculum introduces students to both the fundamental and frontier knowledge in electrical engineering such as IC Design, Electronics, Wireless Communications, Multimedia Systems and Processing, Internet and Information Technologies, Display Technologies, Photonics, Bioengineering, Computer System Design, Nanotechnology, Networking, Consumer Electronics, Automation, and Robotics. Graduates can expect career opportunities in a wide scope of career paths including engineering and hi-tech industries, business and management, and higher degree studies locally or overseas.
Founded in 1960, the Faculty of Economics in Niš has grown into the most prestigious institution of higher education in Serbia, throughout its half century of existence. In many things, the Faculty of Economics in Niš has succeeded to be the first. -It is the first institution of higher education in the area of economics and management which in 2008 received the accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation and Quality Assessment of the Republic of Serbia. -The Faculty of Economics is the largest faculty of the University of Niš.For years it has been the leader among faculties in the number of enrolled students. -The Faculty of Economics in Niš has been the first among state faculties in Serbia to introduce the ceremony of diploma delivery with ceremonial academic gowns and delivery of ceremonial statements. -Finally, our Faculty is the first institution of higher education in Serbia that began to celebrate the school feast in honour of Saint Sava;
Final presentation for my Creative Studies group assignment. The video was taken in FOM class CR1003 in Faculty of Management,Multimedia University Cyberjaya.
This video describes the history of Yale University, outlines the academic offerings and campus life, and highlights some of the Yale graduates and faculty who have made significant contributions to their fields or society. The video is also available in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Portuguese.
This video describes the history of Yale University, outlines the academic offerings and campus life, and highlights some of the Yale graduates and faculty who have made significant contributions to their fields or society. The video is also available in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
This video describes the history of Yale University, outlines the academic offerings and campus life, and highlights some of the Yale graduates and faculty who have made significant contributions to their fields or society. The video is also available in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.
This video describes the history of Yale University, outlines the academic offerings and campus life, and highlights some of the Yale graduates and faculty who have made significant contributions to their fields or society. The video is also available in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.
This video describes the history of Yale University, outlines the academic offerings and campus life, and highlights some of the Yale graduates and faculty who have made significant contributions to their fields or society. The video is also available in English, Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.
12:12 (The Day for Sustainable Living) Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka Faculty Of management Studies
Video of Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Studies & Research, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
Innovation and improvisation enable Dr. Beth McMillan to engage her students every day in geology classes. The associate professor works to ensure her students receive not only the necessary lessons in earth science, but learn how to apply them to everyday life. This approach ensures that Dr. McMillan's students bring marketable skills to job interviews -- no matter if their career paths include geology or not. One focus area for her classes includes using geographic information systems (GIS) to conduct research, and she worked to institute a GIS certificate program for students and central Arkansas professionals. "GIS ties information to location," Dr. McMillan said. "I've became interested in the technology as an undergraduate and have been teaching it as long as I've been at UALR. Every time I teach the class, I learn something new. We can use GIS to figure out business locations, habitats, and demographic studies. It's truly a marketable skill that gets our students jobs." In working to set an example for her students, Dr. McMillan took on a mammoth challenge in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. First responders to the scene had no useful maps to locate homes, businesses, and victims, so she answered the call for those who had GIS skills and were "used to roughing it." Her maps were used by Federal and Mississippi Emergency Management Agencies, the National Guard, the Army Corps of Engineers, and others who needed accurate information quickly. While her work was ...
this is an amature ad created by first year students of the college. Featuring Anjali jain, Surbhi sood and Respected PK Jain sir
Learn more about our unique academic opportunities.LSSU offers degree programs in such areas as Forensic Chemistry, Geology, Fisheries and Wildlife Management, Legal Studies, Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Education, Nursing, Engineering, Robotics, Environmental Health, Athletic Training and Computer Science.
UPLOADED WITH PERMISSION OF HINDU CONFERENCE OF CANADA, www.hccanada.com. FOR DETAILS CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org. Q & A with the speaker's panel at HCC's special lecture series at University of Toronto-Rotman School of Management, Canada's largest business school. Here, Fred MacMahon, Director of Globalization Studies at the Fraser Institute, fields a question from the audience regarding China's lower ranking with respect to India in the economic freedom index. Additionally, Mark Werner, prominent member within the Conservative Party, inquires as to why Canada is less active and far less successful than the US in building ties with India. Chander Dhawan, CEO of Mobile.Info, answers this inquiry. Hindu Conference of Canada is putting on a series of lectures with prominent institutions, CEOs and business leaders, discussing the role of governance and administration in the emergence of India as an economic superpower. In this event, prominent speakers included Fred MacMahon, Director of Globalization studies at the renowned Fraser Institute, and two prominent CEOs who are IIT Alumni. This series will narrow down the key factors behind good administration and policies. It will identify leaders versus laggards, and direct North American governments, businesses, and investors towards regions and institutions which benefit from characteristics that render them good partners for trade and immigration. Besides numerous faculty, students, and graduates of the renowned Rotman ...
Event: Fantasia 2006 Date: Dec 16 2006 Venue: Univ of Delhi, South Campus Track: Phiriye Dao (Miles) Fantasia - an Extension of DramC - the first ever Complete Cultural Event at Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi Note: Dont mind the 2 sec videographic glitch :)
Mohammed Khairat Saad Al- Shatter Born in Dakahleya on May 4th 1950 Married with ten children and ten grandchildren Academic QualificationsB.Sc. of Civil Engineering, Alexandria University,1974 Master Degree in Construction Management, Mansoura University,1980 BA from Anthropology Department, Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University,2002 Islamic Studies diploma, Islamic Studies Institute, 1999 Diploma in Social Work and NGOs, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 2000 Diploma in Business Administration, Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, 1998 Diploma in International Marketing, Faculty of Commerce, Helwan University, 2000 Professional CareerWorked as an administrator in the Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University from 1974 until 1981 In 1981, late president Sadat suspended him from working in the university In 1981 onwards he established his own business in different areas and companies He currently runs his private group of companies, in addition to being a board member in some major banks and companies Political and Islamic activitiesKhairat Al-Shatter started his political activities as early as 1966When he was a secondary school student He was a founding member of the general Islamic action in 1967 especially in Alexandria where he played pivotal role in establishing the general Islamic awakening (Sahwa) starting early seventies He has been a Muslim Brotherhood member since 1974 He took the lead in many Muslim Brotherhoodaffairs, inter ...