Prof Nien-hê Hsieh is to deliver the Laurence Crowley Lecture at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School on October 1st.
Making business a force for good

Growing concerns about the power of individual corporations and the pace of change in the digital economy have led to calls for a new ethical code to (...)

In many of our fellow continental EU partner countries, such practical hands-on courses are seen to be as of equal status as those offered by third-level colleges

On Monday last, tens of thousands of places on Level 8 and Level 6/7 degree and higher cert programmes were offered by the CAO to applicants who have (...)

If you want funding for an MBA you may need to look to your employer or seek funding independently as the fees charged can be much higher than courses in other disciplines

The career pay-off for doing an MBA (Master of Business Administration) is well worth considering. While there may be a common misconception that you (...)

Prof Gary Pisano: “You need an entrepreneurial ecosystem that will spawn a lot of firms followed by a fairly attritional process of Darwinian selection. I don’t want them to co-operate. I want them to intentionally compete.”

One of the core goals of Irish industrial policy for the past two decades has been the development of a self-sustaining life sciences cluster in this (...)

Subject matters: the courses that can be studied by postgraduate students in Ireland range from computer science and international management to Irish history and Irish traditional music

Dublin City University Top five courses: 1. Professional Master’s of Education (Post Primary) 2. MSc in Computing 3. MSc in Management (Business) 4(...)