Oct. 4, 2010 – The Robert H. Smith School of Business’ CEO@Smith speaker series hosted its second CEO of the academic year to a full crowd at Van Munching Hall on the University of Maryland’s campus. John Veihmeyer, chairman and CEO of Big Four public accounting firm KPMG LLP, began his presentation by saying, “I wouldn’t give this job up for anything.”
The Center for Complexity in Business (CCB) at the Robert H. Smith School of Business is hosting the second annual Complexity in Business Conference on Friday, November 12 in Washington, D.C. The conference is co-sponsored by the Smith School’s Center for International Business Education Research (CIBER) and the Marketing Science Institute.
Research by Gerard Hoberg and Gordon Phillips
Research by Leigh Anenson
When AIG executives received their annual bonuses even after the struggling firm took $700 million in federal bailout funds, a storm of public criticism erupted. AIG justified its decision to pay the bonuses by claiming it was contractually obliged to do so.
The Smith EMBA program is more than a degree program — we like to think of it as an 19-month-long executive development experience. That experience is dynamic and life-changing, opening your mind to the essence of strategy, broadening your circle of connections to include new peers and faculty, and developing your ability to lead in ways that are difficult to imagine…and difficult to explain through a Web page. In fact, we’d much rather you open a personal dialogue with us than open our Web page.