Energy powers all aspects of modern life, from lighting homes to fueling transportation. Yet, students might not consider the complex systems and tradeoffs behind everyday energy usage. Dr. Michael J. Orlando’s winding career has offered him an insider’s perspective on the energy industry, from executing field projects to examining high-level policy and economics issues. Read more
Many individuals derive their passion for work from within themselves. Instead of merely working for a paycheck, they find genuine joy in the work itself. This drive to succeed through enjoyment, known as intrinsic motivation, is increasingly prominent in today’s workplaces. It goes beyond mere routine; it entails finding fulfillment in what one does, resulting in persistence and positive job performance. Read more
Since its inception in November 2022, ChatGPT is rapidly becoming an integral part of people’s lives. Thanks to its dialogue format, the generative pre-trained transformer can help write texts, codes, budget, and so on. With this many capabilities and the rapidity with which it is disrupting industries, this technological advancement is both daunting and exciting, particularly in academia. Read more
Warm, rich, and aromatic. Globally, so many people wake up to the sensory experience of coffee. This little cup of zen can start a morning off on the right foot and ready us for the day. It can even inspire big ideas in small moments, bright ideas that inspire big change. Meet Jake Stechmeyer, ’13, CU Denver alum, CEO of Native Coffee Club, and digital marketing manager at CU Denver Business School. Read more
CU Denver’s Business School Management Department recently ranked 16 out of 150 top-rated business schools in the nation for per-capita research productivity on the TAMUGA management publications list.
The research rankings are updated annually by scholars at Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia and provide a review of the articles published in eight top-tier management research journals including: Academy of Management Journal (AMJ), Academy of Management Review (AMR), Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ), Journal of Applied Psychology (JAP), Organization Science (OS), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) and Personnel Psychology (PPSYCH). Read more
Each fall, the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship hosts Colorado’s most prominent business leaders as part of the Best of Colorado Speaker Series. The series included ten organization leaders and creators from a variety of industry backgrounds.
During these sessions, entrepreneurs shared how and why they started their company, the steps they have taken to develop success, and advice on ways to establish both the ideas and footings needed to be a business owner. Read more
CU Denver’s Information Systems Department held their annual Business Leaders with an Edge Webinar on Tuesday, October 12. Hosted by Information System department chair, Dawn Gregg and mediated by Cynthia Wright, cybersecurity expert and veteran, this was the first time the event has been hosted virtually.
The event featured five top C-Level executives from the Denver Metro area including:
Mike Feliton, Marina Johnson, Joshua Pinkert, Sujan Turlapaty, and Christian Winward. Read more