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College, SCTE Team to Target High-potential Managers with New Exec Ed Program
Georgia Tech College of Management's Huang Executive Education Center and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) have announced a new Cable Industry Management Development Program that is intended to advance practical management skills within high-potential, mid-level cable engineering and operations management professionals.
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Plate Size, Color Can Lead People to Over-serve Food
With the holiday season upon us – and all the festive food it brings – people should know that the color contrast between dinnerware and what's placed on top can affect how much we serve ourselves and consume, according a Georgia Tech College of Management researcher.
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Study: Vivid Language in Reports Affects Investor Judgments
In recent years, regulators have raised concerns that vivid language used by media and others in the financial community can inflate stock market bubbles and induce panics. Georgia Tech researchers have shown that such language can indeed influence investor behavior in the study “Who Believes the Hype: An Experimental Examination of How Language Affects Investor Judgments.”
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Evening MBA Student Sourjo Basu Benefits from International Opportunity
When Sourjo Basu visited the Czech Republic during Spring Break 2011, it wasn’t just a leisure trip. As a participant in the College of Management’s International Practicum course for Full-time and Evening MBA students, he had a job to do.
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College Honors Distinguished Alumni at Celebration Awards
Georgia Tech College of Management recognized the vision, achievement, and leadership of its alumni Nov. 11 at the business school’s Awards Celebration, inducting three leaders into the Hall of Fame, Academy of Distinguished Alumni, and Council of Outstanding Young Alumni.
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Carl Nordgren to Discuss Creative Entrepreneurship in Nov. 16 IMPACT Lecture
Carl Nordgren will discuss "The Creative Populist Revolution" at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16 in the IMPACT Speaker Series.
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Late Professor Skip Beebe Leaves Impressive Legacy in Real Estate Field
M.J. "Skip" Beebe, an alumnus of and professor at Georgia Tech College of Management, died unexpectedly on Monday, November 7.
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College of Management and Advanced Technology Development Center Enhance Entrepreneurial Path for Executive MBA Students
Georgia Tech College of Management, in collaboration with the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), has developed a new partnership for enhancing the training of aspiring entrepreneurs in the College’s Executive MBA in Management of Technology program.
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