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WSB Announces 8 New Courses for Business Analytics Program

February 13, 2019

The Wisconsin School of Business adds eight new courses to its curriculum through the Master of Science-Business in Operations and Technology Management: Business Analytics program.

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WSB Launches Three New Programs

January 29, 2019

WSB now offers M.S. programs in business analytics, real estate, and supply chain management, expanding the School's menu of educational offerings to match changing workforce needs.

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Video: Procter & Gamble’s Marc Pritchard: 4 Ways We’re Creating Change

January 8, 2019

Marketing matters now more than ever, says P&G Chief Officer Marc Pritchard in this excerpted video from the M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series.

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Matching Students with Entrepreneurs, SBDC Moves Businesses From Idea Into Reality

December 20, 2018

Madison's Dog Dog Daycare is one of many entrepreneurial businesses benefiting from a unique partnership between WSB's Small Business Development Center and the student consulting group, Badger Consulting Club.

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WSB Students Learn Real-Time Business Strategy From Target

November 26, 2018

Following the closure of Toys "R" Us stores earlier this year, WSB Senior Lecturer Pete Luszys invites Target into the classroom to share a real-time business scenario with WSB students.

Assistant Professor Evan Polman

Assistant Professor Evan Polman's Research Featured in Harvard Business Review

November 16, 2018

Evan Polman's article, "Why It's Easier to Make Decisions for Someone Else," was published recently by Harvard Business Review.

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