Even before the disruptions of the past months we’ve all experienced problems so complex that it seems almost impossible to find a solution. And if the disruption is a big and unexpected beast, getting the necessary perspective can be a complex problem in itself.
dean's last word
“The Creed binds us together and creates a shared sense of purpose, compassion and a sense of responsibility to keep students on track and to do our part to preserve public health and well-being.”
We are working to develop tools and talent that manage and use data to understand a business context, create new and innovative business models, and influence sound decision-making.
Preparing students for a world of opportunity.
What a great time to be joining Auburn University and the Harbert College of Business. Thanks to all of you who have warmly welcomed me into the Auburn family since I arrived on campus in August.
The Center for Ethical Organizational Cultures of the Harbert College plays a key role in providing faculty with the resources and classroom materials necessary to help infuse organizational ethics education into our business curriculum.
We must always be forward-thinking, envisioning where business trends will lead, and determining how we can best develop the graduates who will work in those environments.