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11/24/08 • News at Marshall
The Center for Effective Organizations at the USC Marshall School of Business was inducted into the 17th class of Fellows of the National Academy of Human Resources, an honor considered the most prestigious in the field of human resources.
11/24/08 • News at Marshall
Six first year full-time MBA students from the USC Marshall School of Business were named finalists at the Net Impact Case Competition at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business in Philadelphia on Nov. 15.
11/18/08 • News at Marshall
The CFA Society of Los Angeles and the USC Marshall School of Business announced a ground-breaking free program that will enable on-duty U.S. military personnel around the world to study via the Internet to become Chartered Financial Analysts.
11/10/08 • News at Marshall
For five USC MBA students, a research project created for the Pacific Rim International Management Education program (PRIME) reached well beyond the classroom, with applications for corporations seeking to enter China's growing food market.
11/8/08 • News at Marshall
USC Marshall Professor Dave Logan and his co-authors John King and Halee Fischer-Wright, have teamed with e-tailer Zappos.com to make a free audio version of his groundbreaking 2008 business book, Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization, available at Zappos.com: http://www.zappos.com/tribal.zhtml.
11/7/08 • News at Marshall
LOS ANGELES, October 21, 2008 -- Smart people who are overwhelmed by uncertainty make even smarter bankers, according to new research by A. Alexandra Michel of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.
11/1/08 • News at Marshall
Dr. Prescott will be presenting his paper, "Intermediated Quantities and Returns," co-authored with Rajnish Mehra and Facundo Piguillem.
10/27/08 • News at Marshall
The University of Southern California Marshall School of Business's Institute for Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (ICIIP) has entered a license agreement with the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), which serves IT Governance Professionals, to develop and implement its Systemic Security Management Model, a strategic framework for implementing information technology security systems within companies and organizations.
10/24/08 • News at Marshall
LOS ANGELES (October 23, 2008) -- Four undergraduate students from the USC Marshall School of Business placed first at the Asian Business Case Competition at Nanyang Technological University's Business School in Singapore on Oct. 16.