As a real estate consultant, developer, and CEO of a large public housing authority, I am constantly looking for opportunities to provide quality housing to underserved populations.
how we think
Supply chain managers respond to disruptions on a daily basis. These disruptions can come at businesses from many different directions. Economic trends, technological breakthroughs, human resource issues, environmental concerns, natural disasters—you name it.
The human touch. Hard work. Honesty and truthfulness. You’ve heard these words before as three of the core tenets of the Auburn Creed. I rely on these principles to impact the lives of today’s accounting students in the classroom.
When I was working on my MBA, I wanted to study abroad to develop a global business mindset, but no such program existed at that time.
How much would you be willing to pay for a $20 bill? Seriously. How much?
Some ask why I spend time teaching entrepreneurship to middle and high school students.
In late 2015, Bill Hardgrave, dean of Harbert College (now Auburn’s Provost), called a group together and asked three questions.
Over my 20-plus years of being one, I have often been asked, “What is an entrepreneur?”
I pass a giant, sealed jar of jellybeans around in my Executive MBA class, asking students to guess how many beans are in the jar. Who in the class will have the most accurate guess?
Expecting to receive a few hundred dollars on your 2017 federal and state returns, you excitedly file your taxes electronically and wait for that hefty check in the mail. Except it’s not coming in the mail . . . at least not to you.