Wisconsin School of Business alumni are making an impact on the world. Read the latest Business Badger news in Update magazine, our annual investors report Together Forward, Business Casual, and our Alumni News blog. Find out what your fellow alumni are up to and check out some of their recent successes, inspiring stories, and interesting features.
Julie Howard (BBA ’85) rose to the C-suite by learning to adapt and facing challenges head on. In her time as chairman and CEO of Navigant, the company has transformed its business portfolio, innovated new service offerings, and nearly doubled in employees.
Update magazine celebrates the many facets of being a Business Badger and tells the inspiring stories of accomplished alumni, dedicated scholars, and passionate learners. Our Spring 2019 issue features fun facts about Albert O. Nicholas Dean Vallabh "Samba" Sambamurthy, keeps you up to date on the latest WSB research, and introduces you to outstanding alumni like Navigant CEO Julie Howard (BBA ’85) and LÜM CEO Max Fergus (BBA ’18).
Together Forward is a collection of stories and data celebrating our donors and the impact of philanthropic investments. Read about how Business Badgers have given back, the impact of their generosity, and the gratitude that the School, its students, and alumni are proud to share.
When the company he worked for went bankrupt, Todd Pilcher (MBA '14) suddenly found himself faced with uncertainty in his career. After earning a Wisconsin MBA on a merit-based scholarship, Pilcher was able to pivot his career, and now he pays it forward for others.
Artell Smith, vice president of talent at Quad and principal and managing director of WatchWorks Management Consulting LLC, knows what makes a good multi-generational manager. Managers need to know a good amount about generational …
Becoming a good manager requires hard work and practice. WSB's Alex Stajkovic shares some simple tips on how to become a better manager based on his research on organizational behavior.
Have you started a new job or changed careers? Recently received an award or an honor? Completed a major accomplishment or milestone in your career? Share your news with fellow Business Badgers in Update magazine.