Tomorrowʼs Minds at Work
News, insights, tips and commentary from members of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies.
Wealth Management's Bill Woodson Shares Risks and Threats to Family Offices Due to COVID-19
"If 2020 has taught us anything, it is the importance of planning and preparing for the unexpected," Woodson writes.
The Challenge of Creating a Common Business Language
In an excerpt from chapter 1 of his book "The Rosedata Stone", Steve Hoberman begins to describe a universal business language.
Thinking About Something New: Brain Twisting Is Unnecessary
Dr. Norman J. Jacknis explains how mental acrobatics can be a needless part of the creative process.
A Year After Graduation, Applied Analytics Alumna Jing Li Continues Tapping into Columbia’s Unmatched Network
Now at Google, Li says most of her career opportunities came through connections, many from Columbia's Applied Analytics program
Sayantanee Das: Bringing Prison HIV Care Research to the Global Stage at the World Bioethics Conference
"The small class sizes and clear devotion from the professors fostered very meaningful connections."
Britani Griffin: “This Is Why We Do the Work that We Do”
Nonprofit Management alum and associate instructor reflects on making a living while making a difference.
“Fake News” Predates the Internet and It’s Up to U.S. Consumers to Push for Higher Standards, says History Professor in SPS Election 2020 Speaker Series
“Fake news was not born from the internet, but we do have new actors, new institutions and new mechanisms," Nickerson says.
SPS Gets Out the Vote
2020 has been a tumultuous year, but that isn't stopping M.S. student Inayat Kaur from doing her part to get out the vote.
COVID and our Networks — Stepping Back to Move Forward
Lecturers Edward J. Hoffman and Steve Safier explore the long term impacts COVID-19 will have on networking and interactions.
Raisa Ramalho: How the Pandemic Redefined Human Capital Management and the Importance of Thinking Strategically
How the pandemic redefined human capital management and the importance of thinking strategically, in the words of our student.
Marianne Casgrain: Finding a Foothold for Pivoting a Career
"The program gave me the time to figure out what I wanted to do and the necessary skills to pivot my career."