January 15, 2013
The article features research by Prof. Green that examines how physician shortages could be eliminated.
Doctor Shortage? What Doctor Shortage?
November 05, 2012
Columbia Business School’s W. Edwards Deming Center for Quality, Productivity, and Competitiveness recognized the winners of the third annual Deming Cup at a dinner reception on Tuesday, October 23.
October 05, 2012
The article discusses research by Prof. Federgruen that finds fast food customers place considerable value on the length of time that they have to wait.
Something for the Weekend Column
August 25, 2012
Prof. Federgruen talks about how global automakers, like Renault, are focusing more on manufacturing in Africa.
Global Car Companies Hunt Big Game in Africa’s Growing Automotive Market
February 10, 2012
Retired general George Casey, the 36th chief of staff of the US Army, shared his expertise on strategic leadership with Columbia Business School students, including military veterans, on Tuesday, February 7, at the School.
February 10, 2012
The Financial Times’ Something for the weekend mentions a paper co–authored by Prof. Olivares that examines the connection between severe weather and automobile assembly productivity.
Something for the weekend
November 15, 2011
Prof. Olivares explains the difficulties of optimized scheduling in retail stores during the holiday season.
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Holiday Shopping
November 07, 2011
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat and Chrysler Group, and Brent James, MD, chief quality officer of Intermountain Healthcare, were honored on Wednesday, November 2, as recipients of Columbia Business School’s second annual Deming Cup awards.
October 25, 2011
Prof. Fraiman discusses the qualifications of IBM’s future CEO, Virginia Rometty.
August 17, 2011
Prof. Awi Federgruen explains that business consolidation is partly due to the nature of certain products.
July 12, 2011
Forbes discusses a paper by Prof. Ray Fisman that compiled a comprehensive list of diplomatic parking violations by U.N. diplomats. The paper revealed how social norms and culture influence corrupt officials.
July 07, 2011
Dean Glenn Hubbard is featured in The Wall Street Journal, where he discusses how Columbia Business School has evolved its curriculum and prepares students to lead organizations through change and crises.
Columbia’s Business Dean on Disclosure, Leading, Ethics