The innovation economy requires—and rewards—richer knowledge, sharper skills, entrepreneurial drive and a global mindset. Within this climate, the Leeds School of Business is leveraging its unique assets to deliver on a mission of educating principled, innovative leaders who drive value.
Cynthia Cooper, known for unraveling the corporate fraud scandal at WorldCom, shared advise with Leeds students on becoming ‘ethically fit.’ Cooper presented at the inaugural CESR Stampede at Leeds: A Week of Driving Values in Business, hosted by the Center for Education on Social Responsibility.
The Thomas Stix Guggenheim Family Chair in Business Design and Innovation is the result of a $2.25 million gift from Thomas Stix Guggenheim (marketing ’50), his wife Pedie, and his four children. The faculty post will provide a broader exploration of factors that allow some firms to succeed while others fail.
Johnny Stewart (management ’13), an honor student and member of the esteemed President’s Leadership Class, recently logged nearly 100 shows as the lead character in the Boulder Dinner Theatre’s rendition of “42nd Street.” See how he’s blending his passion for business and dance.