At its core, business is about people connecting through language, written and verbal, says Allison Fraiberg, professor of communication and cultural studies in U of R’s School of Business. But now the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our communications landscape in profound and meaningful ways. “We are all learning to use new apps and virtual platforms … More “Digital fatigue is painfully real and growing, and the effects of conducting our business lives in two dimensions—when we relied on three in the past—are palpable,” says U of R Professor Allison Fraiberg.
ACBSP programmatic accreditation provides academic consistency and fosters mutual respect among members, and in the case of two specific institutions, led to a fast-tracked collaboration in the form of an articulation agreement. … More Leveraging ACBSP Collaboration to Promote Articulation for Seamless Transfer
During a recent lecturing opportunity, I was thinking about my work with the Kansas Legislature and how it fits with the broader principles of leadership. A former work colleague, Dr. Jonathan Fisk, asked me to speak to his MPA class at Auburn University. His focus was ethics and leadership in the public sector. These are concepts I think about often, but I had not previously had a reason to put my thoughts into text. It was a welcome exercise to spend time on the subject, and I thought I would share my thoughts for our readership. … More Student Teacher
STANDARD #1. Leadership Administrators and the faculty must personally lead and be involved in creating and sustaining values, business program directions, performance expectations, student focus, and a leadership system that promotes performance excellence. These values and expectations must be integrated into the business program’s leadership system; and the business programs must continuously learn, improve, and … More The Practical Side of Standard One