Tomorrowʼs Minds at Work
News, insights, tips and commentary from members of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies.
The Pros and Cons of Working from Home
Senior Vice Dean Dr. Steve Cohen on the technology, advancement, and societal impact of remote work.
Why Purposeful Leadership Starts with Self-Awareness
Student Karunia (Karin) Silitonga shares the leadership lessons she learned during the Strategic Communication Winter Symposium.
“I Find it Fascinating to Understand Why People Move”
Q&A: Daniel Di Martino previews his summer course and describes his academic journey
The False Trade-off Between Green Energy and Toxic Chemical Regulation
Steve Cohen: "The long and tortuous effort to regulate toxic chemicals in America has now come up against an ironic obstacle."
“Brilliant, Weird Folks”
Doug Usher: How far can you go in politics with strong skills in political analytics?
For Women's History Month, SPS Faculty Share Advice for Women in their Fields
Lecturers in Enterprise Risk Management, Sports Management, and Construction Administration were among those who weighed in.
Alumnus Ameen Amin Promoted to First Vice President at Morgan Stanley
“I am such a fan of the experience,” says Amin, who earned an M.P.S. in Wealth Management from Columbia University in December.
“PR to the Front, Please”
The Public Relations Society of America webinar was led by Columbia SPS lecturer Mathew Sawyer
The First Draft of History: An Exclusive Trip to the ‘New York Times’ Museum
Ian Galinson visited New York Times headquarters as part of his Sustainability Management course.
Xian Xu, Assistant Director of Organizational Development at GovTech Singapore, joins Integrated Talent Management Strategies class.
Xu discusses how AI can help managers to make higher-quality and faster decisions.
Organizations Ignoring ESG Issues Are Asleep
Steve Cohen examines ESG as "a management concept rather than as an element of ideology."