In boardrooms, many members are standalone actors. They “listen, make their points and go home,” said Carly Fiorina, MBA ’80. “But the reality is the rest of the world sees the company board as a team with responsibilities.”
Pilot program aims to create better understanding of corporate communication strategy,
methodology and value among current and future business leaders
Lemma Senbet, the William E. Mayer Chair Professor of Finance, has been appointed Executive Director of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), a premier economic policy research institution serving Africa. The Nairobi, Kenya-headquartered not-for-profit corporation is working to build a thriving community of well-informed economics researchers whose work can shape policies and boost economic development in sub-
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With digital communications, writing skills for executives are more important than ever. How can you be sure you’re staying professional while getting your point across?
In this edition of Smith Business Close-Up with the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, Ken White talks about writing for executives.
Johnny Graham, MBA ’12, has flourished as both a musician and scholar.
Well-known on the D.C.-Baltimore music scene, he has leveraged his recently concluded Robert H. Smith School of Business experience to launch and operate an entertainment company and begin pursuit of a PhD in business administration.
Graham, 24, crossed the Smith commencement stage May 20 for his MBA.