A Blueprint for Building Innovation Capacity

How do you drive innovation capacity in an organization? What are the interventions, risks, and pitfalls? A panel of experts gathered recently to answer these questions.

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Beth Fisher-Yoshida Co-Authors Book on Coordinated Management of Meaning

The faculty member and the Director of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program is the co-author of Communicating Possibilities: A Brief Introduction to the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM), now available.

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How China Is the Newest Market For American Sports

American sports is making inroads in the Chinese market, and Sports Management's companion degree program with the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University in Beijing, China is just one part of this story.

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Sports Management Students Bring Analytics To Major League Soccer

In a partnership with sports analytics firm Opta, Analytics in Global Sport students had one week to use data to take a Major League Soccer team "above the red line."

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Two Strategic Communications Students Awarded NY Scholarships

The New York Women In Communications organization awarded two strategic communications students with scholarships for further study.

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The Columbia Club Celebrates Its New Residency

To celebrate the new affiliation of The Columbia University Club with The Penn Club, alumni can join and pay no initiation fee before June 30th.

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Sustainability Management Student Blew the Whistle on Illegal Ivory

When Wendy Hapgood, a 2016 graduate of the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program, wrote about New York City's ivory business for a class, she ended up exposing illegal trade.

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Nonprofit Management Capstone Students Support Tuesday's Children

The spring 2017 Nonprofit Management capstone project gave a presentation to the community organization Tuesday's Children.

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SPS Expands Financial Aid Opportunity for Veterans

The School of Professional Studies has increased its maximum per-student contribution to the Yellow Ribbon Program by 20 percent and removed the cap on the number of eligible students who may participate.

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NFL’s Andrew Hawkins Has a New Sports Management Master's Degree

On Monday, May 15, the School of Professional Studies added an NFL player to its alumni ranks: Sports Management Master of Science Andrew Hawkins.

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