Georgetown Business, the magazine of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, covers the latest school news and business trends such as student, faculty, and alumni successes; research findings; featured events; program announcements; and more. Published twice a year, the magazine is distributed to 25,000 people, including alumni, students, parents, faculty and staff, contributors to the school, deans of other business schools, and targeted business media.
In this issue: How alumni are tapping crowdfunding to launch companies, working with the SEC, why attitudes about women in the workforce don't match reality, one alumnus' powerful fight against paralysis, and more.
In this issue: Alumni tap emerging markets in Africa, research on CEOs with lavish lifestyles, influencers in the restaurant industry, and more.
PLUS: Custom executive education programs offer new perspectives to global leaders.
In this issue: Thirty years of the Georgetown MBA, innovations in the apparel industry, consumer-generated advertising, and more.
In this issue: Gaming takes off in business classrooms, Silicon Valley draws the tech set, students make real deals, and more.
In this issue: The business of medicine, U2’s Bono on social enterprise, stakeholder engagement done right, and more.
In this issue: Researchers study how and why we vote, alumni power players in showbiz, D.C. business benefit from student consulting, and more.
In this issue: A refreshing inside look at social responsibility, entrepreneurs of business ethics, students on the stock market, and more.
In this issue: Dean David A. Thomas on social change and social media, big business in a small world, alumni social networkers, and more.
In this issue: Work and home pieces come together for employees, a fond farewell to Dean George Daly, and more.
In this issue: Service members swap boots for suits, a book worthy of Buffett, going clean and green, and more.
In this issue: When utility becomes futility, training Latin America’s next leaders, doing good meets doing well, and more.
In this issue: Alumni in government shape policy for the public good, changing how we look at change, students gain worldly views, and more.
In this issue: Students create multimedia tours for the hearing impaired, inside the minds of alumni entrepreneurs, researching risky business, and more.