The process of moving coffee from farm to cup is complicated. Typically, there are numerous parties involved in the supply chain, markets often fluctuate, and product quality can vary, all of which can result in unpredictable returns for farmers. THRIVE Farmers Coffee has made it their mission “to make the production of coffee economically viable.”… more »
To Harold Weston, “big data” is a euphemism for “creepy Orwellian nightmare.”
While the factors contributing to IT project failure are many, J. Mack Robinson College of Business Professor of Computer Information Systems Mark Keil discusses key ways to avoid the pitfalls of IT project failure starting with an organization’s management and culture.
Every day, organizations are developing information technology systems for their own use and… more »
The Robinson College of Business is home to the UGA Small Business Development Center at Georgia State University — part of a statewide organization providing tools, training and resources to help small businesses in Georgia grow and succeed.
As meta as it sounds, clinical associate professor Thomas Conklin’s calling is to help students find theirs.
Juanita Velez, a 2013 graduate of Robinson’s Master of International Business program, received the Young Professional of the Year Award from the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce this month. The 26-year-old possesses the chops of a fortysomething at mid-career.
When Mary Lyles enrolled in Georgia State University (GSU) in the fall of 2009, she planned to only stay a few years then transfer to the University of Georgia. However, she fell in love with Georgia State, Atlanta and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business and stayed to complete the Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Master of International Business programs.
As the J. Mack Robinson College of Business prepares to graduate the class of 2016, we take a moment to highlight three of the incredible students walking across the stage on Saturday.
B.B.A. student Nelly Ouedraogo was a terrible high school student in Burkina Faso, but once she enrolled in college in the United States, something changed.
Former basketball star Odie Donald (B.A. ’03, EMBA ’12) helps others gain skills for a strong workforce.