Georgetown Business Magazine Archive
In this issue: Igor Smelyanski (MBA’05) navigates Ukraine’s national postal service during the chaos of war, Angel Dotomain (B’99) combines her Cup’ik and Inupiaq heritage and her business degree to lead the Indian Health Services Alaska Area, and alumni lead the way for sustainable business practices.Fall 2022 Issue
In this issue: Faculty and alumni explore the value of diversity, equity, and inclusion, McDonough partners with the Jesuit Curia to launch a program focused on balance, decision-making, and discernment in leadership, and alumni find volunteer opportunities tailored to their skills through the PILLARS program.Spring 2022 Issue
In this issue: Alumni innovate how and where we experience fine art, how leaders lean and adapt to changing business environments, what happens when the beer and tuna industries decide not to compete, and more.Spring 2019 Issue
In this issue: One man never gave up on his dream to graduate from Georgetown, coworking spaces are changing how people work, how civility can combat the devastating effects of rudeness in the workplace, and more.
In this issue: A couple says farewell to work to travel around the globe for a year, a leadership program works to change the face of public school education in D.C., how the growing population of older adults has businesses scrambling, and more.
In this issue: Introducing new dean Paul Almeida, alumni on the fintech frontier, entrepreneurial students write books, and more.
In this issue: Celebrating the often invisible workers who keep Georgetown University running, alumni in the sharing economy, 60 years of research, and more.
In this issue: Inside the TV show Shark Tank, the best business advice from Georgetown McDonough alumni, research into global manufacturing shifts, and more.
In this issue: Georgetown graduates reveal the rewards and challenges of joining the family business, research uncovers a surprising negotiation tactic, and more.
In this issue: Experts assess the global impact of Pope Francis, alumni help companies adapt to changing entertainment preferences, new research on the benefits of doing things on your own, and more.
In this issue: NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal talks about his achievements and business deals, what companies can do to tighten cyber security, how real estate students are using a local office building as a laboratory, new research into underdog consumer brands, and more.
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: 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.