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EDBA Student Implements Research Strategies in Senior-Level Executive Position with Cracker Barrel Corp.
Gaby Ivey, Executive Doctorate in Business Administration student, is already seeing the benefits of a high-level education at the intersection of theory and business practice.
Why Mergers and Acquisitions Fail, and What to do About It?
Bank of America Professor of Finance Dr. Halil Kiymaz shares why mergers and acquisitions fail and what to do about it in this thought leadership piece.
Professor Bill Grimm Shares the Art of Virtual Negotiation
As we all know, virtual negotiations are more important than ever. Crummer’s resident negotiation expert Bill Grimm shares tips and tricks on getting the most out of your next deal.
Global Links Releases Free Entrepreneurship Handbook to Further Mission Impact
The Global Links India team announced the release of a free business handbook to reach even more female entrepreneurs in India and across the world.
‘Slowbalisation’: A Side-Effect of COVID-19
EDBA student Gustavo Miotti, researching globalization for his doctoral dissertation, says we need to continue global innovation despite the pandemic
2020 Crummer Virtual Graduation Celebration
The Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College held a graduation celebration for the 2020 graduating class.
Crummer Finance Students Adjust SunTrust Portfolio Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Students in the Managing Global Portfolios class had to adjust the Crummer SunTrust (Now Truist) Portfolio for an incoming recession as the COVID-19 pandemic broke out during the semester.
Marketing a Tourist Destination in a COVID-19 World
Dr. Mark Johnston shares his thoughts on how companies and organizations in the tourist-centric economy of Central Florida will have to adapt, adjust and innovate with the emergence of COVID-19.
How COVID-19 Broke the Global Supply Chain
Crummer School Professor of Operations Management Dr. Keenan Yoho explains the delays we’ve seen in global supply chains and what this could mean for the future of how we look at the global economy.