Lead and Innovate
Today's organizations are confronted with difficult challenges, including a complex
and competitive environment that is increasingly global, diverse and dynamic. In response,
effective managers and leaders have to develop new approaches and have a variety of
tools available to manage their environment.
MCB’s Management emphasis prepares students for effective organizational
management and leadership, focusing on strategic and critical thinking, business issues and challenges, and managing in a global environment.
A team of six UNC Monfort College of Business students won the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative 2016 Consortium Case Competition April 14-15 in Denver.
The UNC team analyzed a fictional case of a company acquisition, and acted as consultants regarding cultural and ethical issues with the acquisition. They presented before a panel of eight judges, representing business professionals from multiple states.
UNC competed with 10 business schools that are members of the Daniels Fund Ethics Consortium. In addition to UNC, those competing were University of Utah (second place), University of Colorado Denver (third place), Colorado Mesa University, Colorado State University, New Mexico State University, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, University of Denver, University of New Mexico, and University of Wyoming. University of Colorado Law School students acted as legal advisors to the teams.
Professors Sharon Clinebell and Keiko Krahnke serve as faculty advisors and attended the presentation. Clinebell directs the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative in the college. In addition, UNC Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative faculty fellows are Gal Faganel, Janel Greiman, Michael Martin and Denny McCorkle.
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"Upon leaving college, my mind will be filled with formulas on how to compute and calculate, accompanied by principles on how to lead and manage. However, the most important thing I will leave with is the understanding of why those principles and formulas are so powerful. Knowledge can be gained through reading text, but wisdom only follows understanding. MCB has encouraged me to seek both."
- Zac Garland, Class of 2016