Innovation industry leaders Curt Carlson and Leonard Polizzotto deliver tailored, value creation workshops on a global scale. As professors of practice at D’Amore-McKim, they’re ready to teach you about the value creation system.
The 2019 Massachusetts Family Business of the Year Award winner for Small Firms describes what it’s like to cultivate and grow a family-centered firm.
Celebrating Massachusetts Family Business! Winners of the 2019 Massachusetts Family Business of the Year Awards were announced at the 13th annual Awards Program on June 12th, 2019.
Northeastern University Center for Family Business Hall of Fame inductees will be recognized for their exceptional leadership qualities and ability to set an example for future generations of their family business.
Spencer Fung, a Northeastern graduate and trustee, said that companies around the world are seeking to expand their operations beyond China because of the country’s trade war with the United States. But moving operations to other countries is not easy, he warned.
The collaboration between Northeastern University and Adtalem includes the launch of a new certificate in Artificial Intelligence for Financial Services. Pictured (l to r): Adtalem Group President of Financial Services Mehul Patel, Adtalem President and CEO Lisa Wardell, and D’Amore-McKim Dunton Family Dean Raj Echambadi.
“Northeastern is a leader in experiential learning, which is the necessary basis for learning how to be a value creator. They understand that to have a long, productive career in our global innovation economy, value-creation skills are essential,” Carlson says.
New methods of data collection and analysis have the potential to revolutionize the way that businesses are organized and run. D’Amore-McKim and Suffolk Construction are working together to make sure they are driving those changes.
“Northeastern is a highly valued and preferred university partner of Lindt specifically because of the six-month duration of the corporate residency program and their high caliber of students,” says Cloutier, Vice President, Human Resources at Lindt and Sprüngli.
BRIC countries make up only about 40 percent of the GDP of all emerging markets worldwide: the core concept underlying the Center for Emerging Markets’ sixth annual symposium.