The theory relies upon dynamics between business units where laggard units improve their performance by imitating leaders.
“The pollsters really did flub up 2016, and, unfortunately, they have not only not learned from their mistakes, but also flubbed up 2020 to an even more epic degree."
MBA student Lael Bialek finds inspiration in United Way of Greater St. Louis CEO Michelle Tucker’s ‘Defining Moments’ talk.
"The students’ fresh perspective has been great—they helped us find ways we were looking at the wrong hypotheses."
Students working through the CEL worked on helping Clockwork expand its product offering into the venture capital market.
Active inclusion is "about having a voice and being able to contribute in a fully engaged way," says Joyce Trimuel, EMBA '16.