Operations News
July 05, 2011

Peter Kolesar Receives a 2011 MSOM Distinguished Fellow Award

Peter Kolesar, Professor Emeritus and Special Lecturer for Decision, Risk, and Operations, has been named a 2011 Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (MSOM) Distinguished Fellow.

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June 15, 2011

Why Content Isn’t King
The Atlantic

April 21, 2011

Nuclear Dilemma: Adequate insurance too expensive
The Associated Press

April 06, 2011

Sustainable MBA Programs Look To Provide Entrepreneurial Solutions to the World's Social Woes
The Village Voice

January 25, 2011

Broadie, Horton, and Netzer Receive Dean’s Awards for Teaching

Three Columbia Business School faculty members have received inaugural 2010 Dean’s awards for teaching in an elective. Read more...

October 19, 2010

IBM CEO Receives Inaugural Deming Cup

Samuel Palmisano, chairman and CEO of the IBM Corporation, is the inaugural recipient of the Deming Cup, which recognizes a business practitioner who demonstrates and promotes excellence in operations. Read more...

July 27, 2010

Crisis management 101: What can BP CEO Hayward's mistakes teach us?
CNN.com

September 25, 2009

Guitar Hero CEO Joins Executive in Residence Program

Dan Rosensweig, the president and CEO of Guitar Hero, a division of Activision, has been appointed Columbia Business School's newest executive in residence. Read more...

September 10, 2008

Vikram Pandit, PhD ’86, CEO of Citigroup, Speaks on Global Economic Environment

In a candid discussion, Pandit attributed the recent economic turmoil to severe global imbalances and outlined the strategy for Citigroup’s recovery. Read more...

August 27, 2008

Columbia Business School Implements Redesigned Core Curriculum

“The core is essential to preparing our students to analyze, decide and lead in an increasingly complex and global business environment,” said Dean Glenn Hubbard. Read more...

August 19, 2008

Student Teams Win Turnaround Management Competition

For the second year in a row, CBS teams were awarded both first and second place for their corporate turnaround strategies in the Carl Marks Student Paper Competition. Read more...

December 11, 2006

Did the Health Care Facilities Commission Report Miss the Mark?

Professor Linda V. Green contends that the primary evidence used by the commission is an overly simplistic and potentially dangerous “ideal hospital occupancy rate” Read more...