Have you thought about the impression you give off by your work space? Professor of Management, Gregory Laurence, and Professor of Psychology Terrence Horgan, discuss their workspace personalization research in a Q&A. In his research, Professor Laurence has found that "people working in low privacy workspaces (cubicles or even more open spaces) can benefit emotionally from some degree of workspace personalization – burnout in the form of emotional exhaustion decreases for people in these contexts who personalize.” Click more to read the full article!
UM-Flint graduate, Ziad Lajnef BBA '02, MBA '03, presented to a classroom full of graduate and undergraduate students and alumni about the ins and outs of internal audits like what strategies to use, talent and diversity of the team, and tactical planning and processing. He gave informative advice to, “Become data savvy. The more you’re involved and knowledgeable in the market, the better off you’ll be.” Click more to read the full article!
A group of undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of UM-Flint’s programs, including: business, psychology, performing arts, and visual arts visited Japan for a ten day trip exploring the countryside to journal and sketch about their everyday experiences. School of Management faculty member accompanying the students, Greg Laurence, states, “[This experience] has sparked ideas how to design other courses that incorporate travel and bringing different academic disciplines together.” Click more to read the full article!
The University of Michigan-Flint School of Management’s part-time MBA program has been listed as one of the top Business Schools to obtain an MBA as a part-time student by U.S. News & World Report for 2018.
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