Anne P. Massey has focused on aligning academic programs with the technical, social, and cultural changes happening outside campus walls throughout her career. Watch her video to learn about her perspectives on business education in the context of the fourth industrial revolution.
The four-part Innovation Challenge began with The Minute Pitch on Wednesday, Oct. 16. In front of an audience of nearly 200 students, faculty, staff and supporters, 26 ventures gave 60-second pitches of their startup idea.
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As commissioner of the NBA for 30 years (1984-2014), David Stern reshaped professional basketball. Stern delivered a keynote address October 16 in his role as Executive in Residence with Isenberg’s Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management.
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Two weeks into the fall semester, several hundred Isenberg students—including freshmen—explored the critical role of philanthropic support in a seminar hosted and moderated by the school’s new dean, Anne Massey.
“We are living in an age of acceleration with the rate of technological change increasing,” says Anne Massey. “While the future of work calls for technical skills, it also demands an understanding of the human and ethical sides of management and leadership.” Isenberg’s new dean, who joins the school officially this month, has focused on aligning academic programs with the technical, social, and cultural changes happening outside campus walls throughout her career, and she says she’s excited to join a school where multi-disciplinary programs, industry partnerships, and student-led team projects are already the norm.