Richard Anderson, Delta Air Lines CEO, spoke with Dean Tom Gilligan and students about company values, a $5 billion loss, and recovering from an alarming food-service crisis.
Dimensional Fund Advisors manages more than $262 billion in mutual funds, but CEO David Booth says it all began in his spare room, with a desire to just implement a few good ideas.
A consultant uses one of Professor George Gau's leadership and ethics classes to make the point that yelling at staff and vendors doesn’t instill confidence in leadership or make people want to try harder.
In his appearance at the Undergraduate Business Council’s Distinguished Speaker Series, Clorox CEO Don Knauss indentified the characteristics he believes every leader should possess and display.
Seven people in the Austin Business Journal's list of "20 Austinites you simply must know" have McCombs connections, either as alumni, faculty, or staff.
In an on-campus address to students, Hesse, named Most Influential Person in the Wireless Industry by Laptop Magazine, advocated for optimism and accepting the occasional failure.
Ayse McCracken became CEO of the Memorial Hermann Medical Group less than a year into her time as a Texas Executive MBA student. Learn how business school prepared the health care veteran to face the challenges of such a tumultuous industry.