Twenty-six years ago, Joseph Baratta (B’93) walked across the Georgetown University commencement stage to receive his diploma and was prepared to begin his career at Morgan Stanley. He never imagined that he would find himself once again on the Healy Lawn stage, this time to address the McDonough School of Business Class of 2019.
Joseph Patrick Baratta II (B’93), global head of private equity and senior managing director at Blackstone, will address the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Class of 2019 on Friday, May 17, at 3 p.m. on Healy Lawn.
The Georgetown Master's in Management program incorporates the school's signature Global Business Experience into the curriculum. Ricardo Ernst, Baratta Chair in Global Business and director of the Global Business Initiative, gives details on this international consulting project and reveals where MiM students will travel in 2020.
Sweetgreen founders and Georgetown McDonough School of Business alumni Jonathan Neman (B’07), Nicolas Jammet (B’07), and Nathaniel Ru (B’07) returned to campus April 16 for a conversation about their 12 years of success and how their mission to connect people to real food has grown beyond the salads they make.
E-Trade CEO Karl Roessner discussed the importance of customer satisfaction to the financial services company’s brand and provided his thoughts on cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence at an April 10 event at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, presented by the Center for Financial Markets and Policy’s Global Finance Speaker Series and the school’s Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series.
With a recent consulting trip to Antarctica, Brooks Holtom, professor of management and senior associate dean for strategy, finance, and organization, has now conducted research on all seven continents — and this time, he got to see penguins, sea lions, calving glaciers, and enjoy the 28-degree Antarctic summer during his 10-day expedition to the continent last December.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business made its first foray into outer space in late January, when Hall Wang (MBA/MBB'19) sent a Georgetown pennant onboard a New Shepard rocket launch 66 miles above Earth.
Financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein visited Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business on March 27 for a discussion ranging from changes in private equity, to career advice, to reflections on Rubenstein’s life and upbringing.
How do you convince Washington, D.C., area residents to make Metro their preferred transit provider when safety and service reliability issues regularly dominate the news? And how do you convince them that the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority should be their employer of choice, too? That was the challenge facing all second-year MBA students this year.
U.S. News & World Report lists the Georgetown McDonough Full-time MBA 24th and the part-time MBA 12th in its latest rankings. The school also is 5th for international business and 9th for careers in nonprofits.
Quarterly earnings serve as a report card to investors. Georgetown McDonough experts discuss how the earnings reporting landscape has changed, as well as examine evolving metrics that denote success beyond the bottom line.
The Georgetown Master's in Management program offers multiple opportunities for students to take charge of their careers. Doreen Amorosa, associate dean of McDonough Career Services, explains how the program’s dedicated career services will prepare MiM students for success.
In a new Bloomberg Businessweek Recruiter Insights ranking, Georgetown McDonough was named 1st in the world for having the best trained graduates, 3rd in the world for having the most creative graduates, 3rd in the world for showing exceptional entrepreneurial skills, 4th in the world for the value of the school’s brand, 4th in the world for the school’s reputation for entrepreneurship, and 7th in the world for the diversity of the recruitment pool.
Luis Garzon-Negreiros (MBA/MSFS’20) joined the fifth cohort of Wallenberg International Fellows this spring and became the first MBA student from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business ever selected for the prestigious fellowship.
Are you too optimistic when planning your spring or summer travel? Georgetown McDonough professors discuss why paying amenity fees up front, or choosing not to redeem airline miles, may pay off in the long term.
Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business launched its first collaboration with Nestlé this year, giving MBA students practical experience in the consumer packaged goods industry and giving Nestlé access to fresh, innovative thinking.
The annual Strategy Saturday event is part of a wide array of career resources offered to executive degree students that provide the experience and connections they need to achieve their career aspirations.
Small class sizes, a focus on teamwork, and a semester-long case competition are defining features of Georgetown McDonough’s selective First Year Seminar program, celebrating its ninth anniversary in 2018-2019.
U.S. News & World Report listed Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business 5th in its annual ranking of online graduate business programs based on the success of the school's Master of Science in Finance program. Among schools in the ranking that also offer an online MSF, Georgetown McDonough is 2nd.
Four Georgetown McDonough MBA students took home first place, and the accompanying $12,000 prize, at the annual U.S. Chamber of Commerce MBA Case Competition. The team placed first out of 74 total teams from 41 business schools.
How have Super Bowl and Oscars advertisements affected post-Sunday night engagement on social media and in sales? Georgetown McDonough professors examine how brands are combining traditional and social advertising to reach the modern customer.
The Financial Times ranks Georgetown’s Full-time MBA program 17th in the United States and 29th in the world, thanks to high marks in alumni success metrics, its global focus, and incorporation of corporate social responsibility themes in core courses.
The Undergraduate Program debuted the Host a Hoya program this winter break, in which alumni in a variety of industries — including finance, technology, and advertising — hosted undergraduates for a day, showing them their workplaces and giving them a sense of what life is like in their respective fields.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has announced the launch of a new Master of Science in Management (MiM) program for recent graduates who wish to supplement their bachelor’s degree with the business acumen and technology skills needed to succeed in a variety of industries.
Penny Pennington, recently named managing partner of investment firm Edward Jones, reflected on her career, lessons she has learned about leadership, and the values that make Edward Jones a success in a Nov. 29 event for MBA students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.