For the next generation of entrepreneurs, Africa is a market that can't be ignored, but its future economic growth requires a uniquely developed skillset and mindset that is a top priority for the McCombs School of Business.
For the first time, McCombs cracked Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the top-20 executive education programs, landing at No. 15 worldwide for custom programs, and 7th among U.S. universities.
McCombs’ growth in open enrollment programs and continued success in custom programs are reflected in the latest British rankings.
Corporate partnerships are a vital part of our mission at the McCombs School. On April 26, we honored three companies—Dell, Accenture and National Oilwell Varco, and one individual—Michael Klein with Wells Fargo, for their extraordinary contributions to and engagement with the school.
What happens when executives from the Chinese energy company Sinopec and Brazilian energy company Petrobras sit across from one another at a negotiating table? The Texas Executive Education brought them together to find out.
For the first time in American history, four different generations can be found in the workplace. Professor of Management Janet Dukerich shares tips and insights to keep a battle for the ages from turning into full-blown war.
Uncertain economic times create pressure for your business to come up with the right answers and strategies for success. Texas Executive Education’s open enrollment programs are designed to help you achieve results and manage change in a complex business environment.