Knowing the value of a successful business plan has helped I. Jon Brumley through his illustrious oil and gas career. He shared some lessons from his experience in his keynote talk at the recent Alumni Business Conference.
Bob Metcalfe draws lessons from the development of the Internet in looking to solve critical energy challenges. He recently spoke as part of the Texas Enterprise Speaker Series.
On Feb. 15, 2011, Dean Tom Gilligan interviewed former chairman, president and chief executive officer of Procter and Gamble, A.G. Lafley, as part of the VIP Distinguished Speaker Series.
In 1996, UT's athletics programs languished in the Southwest Conference with an unimpressive record, coaching turnover and a $21 million budget. Marketing lecturer Ben Bentzin explains how lessons from their turnaround can help any business.
Bud Krogh was 29 years old when he was recruited by John Ehrlichman into the Nixon White House. He recently shared life lessons he learned during those troubled years.
Senior Lecturer in Finance Sandy Leeds unleashed a rapid-fire commentary full of insights on politics, the deficit, Social Security, tax cuts, the housing market and more during a Jan. 11 Knowledge to Go webinar.