"Process-flow initiatives to improve productivity and reduce waste play a growing role in hospitals and other healthcare organizations," observes recent Isenberg MBA graduate Brady Fish '14. The former Isenberg student speaks from first-hand experience. During his MBA practicum last spring at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, Fish deployed a variety of operations management tools to improve the flow of surgical instruments and the productivity among staff throughout MGH's 58 operating rooms.
Isenberg in the News--July 11, 2014
July 11, 2014
Recent News about Isenberg in the print and electronic media
In a post-trip survey of their class visit in May to South Africa, 18 Isenberg students rated a service project as their top experience. When asked how to improve future overseas class trips, the students were decisive: "We want to do more service."
Isenberg's second annual Business Leadership Awards gathering, on June 18 at the Colonnade Hotel in Boston, was a high-energy milestone in the school's rising reputation and expanding national footprint. Three hundred alumni joined Isenberg faculty and students in a premier networking opportunity and celebration of Isenberg's unique culture. They also honored two alumni, David Fubini '76 and Christina Calvaneso '03.
Profiles in Leadership: Kyle Lawless '12
June 20, 2014
Kyle Lawless '12 has remained a champion of Isenberg after he earned his BBA in accounting and moved to Boston. Lawless is now a member of the planning committee for the second annual Isenberg Business Leadership Awards (IBLA).
In April, the department honored Laurie Stroll '83 with its highest alumni accolade, The Stephen E. Elmont Award, at a banquet in Boston befitting Stroll's own high professional standards.
Isenberg Celebrates Alumni and Students
June 16, 2014
In April, Isenberg honored students and alumni in four separate events, including an all-school celebration and gatherings for its departments of accounting, sport management, and hospitality & tourism management.
Isenberg in the News-June 10, 2014
June 10, 2014
News about Isenberg in the print and electronic media
On a raw, rainy day in late April, twenty-five Isenberg student organizers of Supercuts SoccerFest exhibited uncommon leadership and resilience when weather-related challenges threatened their painstakingly planned tournament and festival.
Five 2014 honors graduates who completed the Isenberg Finance capstone course "International Macro-Finance and Financial Crises" have returned from Greece, where they met with the country's prime minister, Antonis Samaras, and other senior-level officials. The students traveled as a group with the course's professor, Nikolaos Artavanis, and a second Isenberg finance professor, Ben Branch.