Robert Donnelly, M.B.A., adjunct in the business department, published his third book, A Definitive Guide to Brand Building.
Dr. Hampton, professor of graduate business, was recently designated a “Risk Insider” by Risk and Insurance magazine. He also had two articles published in the magazine regarding his current research in cyber risk management.
On February 8, diplomats from the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations met with Saint Peter’s students and faculty to discuss the current environment in Cuba. Mr. Luis Javier Baro, the first secretary, also spoke about the evolving economic and political environment. The lecture was part of the academic preparation for the business program […]
MBA student Sam Siyuan served as a guest lecturer at Rider University for the undergraduate international management class of Iona Harding, M.Ed, adjunct business professor at Saint Peter’s. Siyuan talked about the importance of quanxi as well as valuable information about the differences in culture, communication styles and management.
Robert Donnelly, professor of business administration at Saint Peter’s, recently gave a presentation to 50 chief executive officers at the Harvard Club of New York for the CEO Clubs of America. The presentation was titled, “The CEO as the Brand.”
Robert Donnelly, professor of entrepreneurship and innovation, recently participated in an interview on The Blitz Blog about entrepreneurship. For more advice from this graduate business professor, see the full article on their site.
In the brave new economy, where corporations are leaner and rely more and more on outside contractors, building your personal brand is a must, according to Professor Robert Donnelly, an adjunct lecturer in the graduate business program at Saint Peter’s University. Professor Donnelly’s second book, Personal Brand Planning, provides guidance on defining one’s brand – the […]
The business world is rapidly changing and leading companies seek individuals who are aware of the latest technologies, stay ahead of trends and understand the complex intricacies of today’s market. An ideal way to remain competitive is to pursue a graduate education, but adult learners who work full-time need a convenient location and flexible course […]
The MBA student team represented the University at a business ethics competition sponsored by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). Although the team did not make it to the finals, it was “a very rewarding and challenging experience in which to participate” said Tracey Waller. “I can’t wait to come back next year […]
Dr. Jack Hampton was a guest speaker at the 22nd Annual World Captive Forum in Aventura, FL this Week
Dr. Hampton’s book on Financial Risk Management won two awards, including the designation as one of three outstanding business reference books of 2012. The recognition came from the American Library Association. A key message in the book resonated with the audience at the WCF this week. “I argued that risk managers are at least as capable as accountants to strive […]