Let’s face it, approaching your manager can be scary. Everyone has had a boss or manager they wish they could have given feedback to, but those who are higher up can feel untouchable. Bring in, “managing up”, a concept that embraces new corporate norms. The CU Denver Business School Alumni Association (BSAN) hosted Pattie Money, Owner & CEO of Pinnacle Leadership to present “The Art of Managing Up” to explain the concept and provide insight on how to successfully implement it. Read more
CU Denver Business School Alum Integrates Technology and Language to Build a Powerful Career Trajectory
From politics to Python, Arabic to arithmetic, Moez Hassan, MS ‘10, had always married his passions with a purpose. His journey evidences the power of variety, curiosity, and an openness to change.
The CU Denver management grad, now Chief Data Officer for Royal Caribbean Group, stirred his imagination early with Star Trek and Atari games, pop culture that offered the perfect blend of creativity and analysis. Read more
How many students have wished at least once that they had a mentor to show them the way? Higher education can be challenging to navigate, and having a guide sometimes makes a difference. Alums started the CU Denver Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) to offer that service to current students. Who better to know their experience than those who have lived it themselves?
On Wednesday, November 9, in partnership with CU Denver’s Women in Business Club, the Business Student Ambassador Committee (BSAC), and the Information Association Systems Association, BSAN held its annual Business School Alumni panel. Read more
Saturday, October 15, marks the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, a period of recognition of the legacy of the Hispanics and celebration of the Hispanic culture in the United States. CU Denver is proud to have a diverse community composed, among many others, of Latinx individuals.
At the Business School, Hispanic Heritage Month is another opportunity to support minorities and lower barriers to success. Read more
Transformative leadership is what drives an organization forward and beyond. Yet, many people have a hard time breaking their own limits and struggle in leadership positions due to self-limiting issues like Imposter syndrome and emotional illiteracy. These are often hindrances to leaders’ breakthroughs; though pervasive, many leaders can feel alone in their struggles. Read more
On Thursday, Sept. 22, a small group of students, community members, faculty, and staff gathered at the Jake Jabs Events Center for one draw: Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen. Its founder and owner, Joshua Pollack, was there to share his insights from surviving the pandemic and how it has changed the strategic vision for his Bridge & Tunnel Restaurant Group. Read more
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) announced the winners of the 2021 Elijah Watt Sells Award this May, an award given to CPA candidates scoring a cumulative average above 95.5 across all four sections of the CPA exam during their first attempts. More than 72,000 people took the CPA Exam in 2021, and only 57 candidates met the award criteria. University of Colorado Denver Business School alumnus Dylan Croom, BSBA ’19, MS ’20 is one of them. Read more