Need to Know: Stimulus Funding Opportunities for Not-for-Profits and Small Businesses
Professor of practice and executive director of the enterprise risk management initiative, Bonnie Hancock, explains the impact of the CARES Act on small and not-for-profit businesses.
COVID-19 Highlights the Importance of Agility for Supply Chains
Poole's Tim Kraft highlights the three A's that give supply chains a competitive advantage.
Need to Know: Maintaining Resilient Teams When Adversity Strikes
Bradley Kirkman, General (Ret.) H. Hugh Shelton distinguished professor of leadership in the management, innovation and entrepreneurship department at Poole College, explains the critical role teams play when navigating uncertain times.
Impact of Scholarship
Since our formation in 1990, the Poole College of Management has made the same commitment to our students through scholarships generously funded by our donors.
Stacy Wood Discusses Consumer Anxiety on The State of Things
Stacy Wood, Langon Distinguished University professor of marketing, was featured on WUNC's The State of Things to talk about shopper anxiety during the coronavirus crisis.
Jeffrey Pollack’s 7 Tips for Small Businesses During the COVID-19 Crisis
Poole's Jeffrey Pollack gives small business owners seven tips to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.
Need to Know: Understanding Supply Chain Disruptions
Poole College of Management’s Dr. Noel Greis and Dr. Eda Kemahlioglu Ziya weigh in on supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19.
Need to Know: COVID-19 and Triple-A Supply Chains – Lessons Learned
Tim Kraft, assistant professor of operations and supply chain management at Poole College of Management, shares some insight on supply chain lessons learned from the coronavirus pandemic.
ERM Initiative Report Shows the Rise of Chief Risk Officer Appointments
The ERM Initiative's 2020 State of Risk Oversight reports the rise of chief risk officer appointments.
41 Participants Complete the Executive Farm Management Program
The Executive Farm Management’s 2020 program has seen 41 individuals across North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia become exposed to new tools in areas of strategy.