Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking by Matt Connell Program Director, Business Administration with Diana LaRocco Dean, School of Applied Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Director, Goodwin University Institute for Learning Innovation Sitting through my students’ final presentations for Business … Continue reading Reimagining a Business Course Through a Cycle of Design Thinking
Business is an age-old profession. As long as there are businesses in operation, there will be a need for business professionals. From administrative roles to managerial positions, to even launching your own start-up, there is plenty to explore within this … Continue reading Is Business School Hard?
During the spring 2020 semester, I facilitated a cohort of 15 learners in Goodwin University’s ENet program. ENet is an entrepreneurial program that provides learners who were formerly incarcerated the opportunity to earn a small business start-up certificate at Goodwin. … Continue reading Four Strategies to Overcome the Challenges of Facilitating Formerly Incarcerated Learners
Business school is a smart investment. Whether you are a recent college grad or you have been working for years, you may be wondering, ‘Why go to business school?’ The idea of taking on a degree program can be intimidating. … Continue reading Why Go to Business School?
Going to business school is one of the best steps you can possibly take towards a professional career. Business school will help you build fundamental leadership, planning, development, and administrative skills—valuable, versatile competencies that employers are seeking today. These skills … Continue reading Business School Certificate Programs You Can Pursue at Goodwin
In the United States, close to 800,000 new businesses are started each year. A growing number of these businesses are started by women, immigrants, and older adults. Many – almost 70 percent – are started right at home, with just … Continue reading Looking to Start a Business? 5 Classes to Get You Going
How Morgan’s experience at CTRA, RMS, and Goodwin demonstrated the importance of togetherness and taught her to give back Morgan Sheldon is a creative communicator who enjoys connecting with others and crafting a strong sense of community for those around … Continue reading Morgan’s story: Making a difference with her degree
Tax Avoidance: Legality versus Ethics by Terrence Simon, Assistant Professor of Business Administration I recently viewed a hearing of the United States House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight on C-SPAN 2. The discourse centered on tax avoidance and IRS … Continue reading Tax Avoidance: Legality versus Ethics
Understanding business is one of the most valuable and versatile skillsets you can have. Business skills are needed in just about every workplace and industry today. Often considered “soft skills,” business skills enable you to understand both consumer and organizational … Continue reading The Most Important Business Skills You Will Learn in School
“Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.” – Henry David Thoreau The business world is a highly competitive one, and there are many people competing for a spot at the top. If you … Continue reading What Do You Learn in Business School?
If you’ve ever dreamed of having a successful career in business, the idea of going to college has probably crossed your mind. While many aspiring leaders and entrepreneurs think about attending business school, it can feel like a broad and … Continue reading Is Business School Worth It?
Money Matters by Mike Rotondo, MBA, Curriculum Coordinator, Goodwin University Accounting Program I was on YouTube the other day and came across a video of a financial planner advising people to “cash out” their 401 (k)s. His main concern was … Continue reading Money Matters
Managing and Leading in Crises by Terrence E. Simon. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Business Administration In the last two decades, the world has experienced myriad natural and man-made disasters including 9/11 and other terrorist attacks, tsunamis in Asia, Hurricane Katrina, … Continue reading Managing and Leading in Crisis
Tax Preparation: Communication and Planning by Terrence E. Simon. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Business Administration Most U.S. citizens spend little time focusing on taxation during the post-tax season. Given our busy lives, that’s understandable — even the professional tax practitioners … Continue reading Tax Preparation: Communication and Planning
“It’s Electric! Boogie woogie, woogie” Tesla’s innovations are driving demands, with legal trends following by Angelo Saba III, Adjunct Professor, General Education, Business, Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing My brother-in-law drives a Tesla Model S P100D. The midnight silver metallic color … Continue reading “It’s Electric! Boogie woogie, woogie”
When you think of “The American Dream,” you may think of legendary stars who have climbed up the corporate ladder. You may even think of those rare individuals who have made their mark on this world without a college degree. … Continue reading How to Become a Successful Entrepreneur Today
The Ethical and Legal Pendulum of Business BUS 110’s ongoing discussion can provide a moral compass by Angelo Saba III, Adjunct Professor, General Education, Business Technology and Advanced Manufacturing I joined Goodwin University in the fall of 2016 to teach … Continue reading The Ethical and Legal Pendulum of Business
The world of business is an ever-evolving, ever-growing field. The industry has seen many changes over the past several years, especially as technology and social media advance and become a bigger part of our daily lives. If you are interested … Continue reading What the Best Business Colleges Have in Common