Business

TCU Neeley Launches Center for Real Estate

The DFW Metroplex is one of the foremost real estate hubs in the country, making it the perfect place for a center to provide research, training and partnerships for students and professionals.  Strong demand from students and DFW real estate professionals has resulted in a new Center for Real Estate at the TCU Neeley School… Read more »

Health Care Panel Discusses Effective Ways to Combat Opioid Crisis

Experts from emergency medicine, pharmacy and mental health talked with Dr. Stuart Flynn, dean of the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine, at the annual Health Care Forum. A nasal spray of the drug Naloxone, also known as Narcan, can instantly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and save someone’s life. Overdoses are the… Read more »

TCU Management Professors Excel at Publishing Research

Need to know the latest discoveries in management, entrepreneurship and leadership? Look to TCU Neeley’s highly published professors. No. 2 in the Big 12. No. 4 in the Southwest. No. 13 among all U.S. private schools. No. 23 in the country for publications per professor. No. 36 among all universities in the country. Professors in… Read more »

TCU Supply Chain Graduate Students Win First Place at National Competition

They brought the heat. The TCU team won in a competition among graduate students from 15 universities. As the field of supply chain gains power and importance in today’s global economy, graduate students at TCU Neeley and across the country are choosing supply chain paths. TCU Neeley’s Center for Supply Chain Innovation partnered with Lockheed… Read more »

TCU Neeley Executive Education Partners with National African-American Women’s Leadership Institute to Deliver a Unique Leadership Program

Combining decades of excellence and experience in higher education, executive education, diversity and leadership, TCU Neeley Executive Education and the National African-American Women’s Leadership Institute have partnered to deliver a unique opportunity for African-American women to enhance and transform their careers. This exceptional annual leadership program will engage participants, supporters and sponsors of NAAWLI, as… Read more »

Executives Under the Microscope

Whether greed or generosity, leaders’ extremes mean trouble ahead for their companies, according to research by Michael Hitt, Distinguished Research Fellow. Following the Great Recession, many investors pointed fingers at the millionaires in charge of multibillion-dollar corporations, but were the accusations of avarice on target? Michael Hitt couldn’t find business research linking greed to the… Read more »

Leading by Design

Stacy Landreth Grau, professor of marketing practice and the lead instructor for Design Thinking, is honored as Neeley Alumni Professor of the Year. In classrooms, workshops and TCU Neeley executive education courses, Stacy Landreth Grau is helping create innovators who can tackle complex problems in business organizations. For that and her approach to marketing, the… Read more »

One Week to Build a Business. Let The Games Begin!

For the final week of the semester, TCU MBAs must build a business, finance it, supply the product, manage employees, market it, and make it financially sound. Welcome to the fast-paced, intense, competitive, strategic world of business. Marketplace Live: a simulation so real, the only other way to get the experience is on the job…. Read more »