Business

TCU MBA garners another national ranking

For three years in a row, the Neeley School of Business at TCU has been featured in the Top Ten Most Competitive Students in The Princeton Review’s annual ranking of graduate business programs. This year, TCU’s Neeley School moved up to 4th in the nation, the highest ranking yet. The Neeley School also ranks No…. Read more »

BNSF Railway Endowed Professor of Leadership announced

Renowned leadership expert Dr. Mary Uhl-Bien has joined the TCU Neeley School of Business (www.neeley.tcu.edu) as the BNSF Railway Endowed Professor of Leadership, a new position made possible by a strategic investment from BNSF Railway, a company that values leadership in business and higher education. An expert on complexity leadership, relational leadership and followership, Uhl-Bien… Read more »

Historic gift to TCU Neeley School of Business

Marlene and Spencer Hays make gift for ‘visionary’ expansion of TCU’s Neeley School of Business Salesman Spencer Hays of Nashville and his wife, Marlene, have made a generous $30 million gift to Texas Christian University. The gift is a foundation gift in a $100 million facility expansion for the Neeley School of Business. An Emeritus… Read more »

Supply chain management program ranks 13th in U.S.

The Neeley School of Business at TCU’s undergraduate supply chain management program jumped six places in a recent study by Gartner, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. The undergraduate SCM undergraduate program is one of the best in the nation based on program scope, internship and co-op participation, and observed value by… Read more »

Business students impress Fort Worth mayor with Food Bank projects

By Elaine Cole Close the textbooks and get out of the classroom. What student doesn’t love that opportunity? Randy Lewis’ organizational management class jumped at the chance to put their knowledge to work for the Community Food Bank, with results that landed jobs and got the attention of Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, who came… Read more »

When do shareholders care about CEO pay?

High CEO compensation may be a hot topic of conversation in the media, but when shareholders have a voice in approving or rejecting pay, what are the determining factors in the decision? Research by Ryan Krause, assistant professor of strategy for the Neeley School,says say-on-pay votes turn negative when a firm is performing poorly. Nearly… Read more »