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Rutgers Business School News

“Up” Your Game in Crisis Management

I’ve seen maybe one (okay, many more than one) crisis management situations in my time. (Have I mentioned that I’m old before?) What did the crises that resolved themselves best have in common? Surprisingly, the success was often not related to the actual crisis. What these situations had in common was how well the company had planned for crisis management. Every crisis is different, but your company needs to have someone in charge whenever a crisis emerges, armed with a plan. That plan can take many forms, but there are three basic pieces to every crisis management plan that apply almost universally. Does your crisis plan address them? More ›

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

TAGS: Business Crisis Management Executive Education Marketing Mike Moran

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Getting Your Organization in Customer-Centric Shape

Have you ever been on a diet to lose weight or decided to work out to get those washboard abs that you envisioned? If you have, then you know the amount of control, planning, consistency, and time required in reaching your goal. Then, once you reach your goal, you need to find new and improved ways to maintain your achievements. Similarly, creating and implementing an effective customer-centric strategy requires the same components and process. Like diet and exercise, a customer-centric strategy can be challenging to execute and visible results take time.  More ›

Monday, June 20, 2016

TAGS: Customer-Centric Management Executive Education Mini-MBA Vickie Anderson

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Rutgers Business School poised to expand executive education programs in Singapore and Southeast Asia

"We are confident that Stephanie will catapult Rutgers Business School’s position in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia given her stellar background as an educator, her wealth of cutting-edge business experience and her intimate knowledge of the local executive education marketplace," said Joseph Schaffer, associate dean of Rutgers Business School Executive Education. More ›

Monday, June 20, 2016

TAGS: Executive Education Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana

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Mini-MBA Graduate Aaliyah Miller discusses the importance Owning Your Development, Owning Your Career

Many of us wake up, we have a morning routine and then we head to work. When we arrive at work we’re expected to be productive and provide solutions to help meet our bottom line, resolve a customer need, and hopefully our efforts lead to successful results for the business. We have our objectives and goals to meet. With that comes our emails to read, calls to make, tasks to do, and deadlines to deliver. It can feel overwhelming, but like cleaning laundry, we get accustomed to the cycle of wash, rinse, dry and repeat. More ›

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

TAGS: Career Development Digital Marketing Executive Education Mini-MBA

Greg Jarboe's case study "Measuring the Effectiveness of News Releases" featured in Shonali Burke Consulting blog
Monday, July 25, 2016
Proper measurement can take your campaigns to the next level. Get inspired as we take a look at some awesome measurement case studies in this week's roundup. Measuring the Effectiveness of News...
Executive Education's Joseph Schaffer quoted by U.S. News & World Report on popularity of online certificate programs
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
When Allison Bonner was wrapping up her senior year at the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill in 2013, she desired business skills to round out her resume and supplement her double major...
Glen Gilmore warns that the Internet of Things (IoT) vulnerable to hacking in Dynamic CISO
Friday, June 3, 2016
Dynamic CISO
By employing the Internet of Things (IoT) in our homes, the lights turn on and the temperature adjusts automatically when we walk through the door, our refrigerators inform us when we need milk, and...
Students in the mini-MBA program, Business Management for Military and Veterans, learn to "take their military strategy and use it as business strategy," said Margaret O'Donnell in Hispanic Outlook
Monday, May 2, 2016
To strengthen and improve the business careers of veterans, Rutgers Business School introduced a mini-MBA program, Business Management for Military and Veterans, in fall 2015.   Veterans...
New list of Top 20 must-follow social media influencers includes three Rutgers Business School Executive Education instructors
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Being engaged on social media has never been more important, so the compiled an A-Z list of today's Top 20 social media influencers who should be followed on Twitter. They come from a...