"Business from a higher perspective" is a way of thinking at Duquesne University's Palumbo-Donahue School of Business. It's beyond reacting to trends in education that come and go with the latest headlines. It's a vision of ethical leadership rooted in the founding mission that began in 1913.
As the complexities of a global economy continue to deepen, widen and accelerate at the speed of life, more than ever, a company's success depends on management professionals educated in business from a higher perspective. The Palumbo-Donahue School of Business teaches students that the bottom line is affected by the way an organization treats the environment, community and society as a whole.
(NYSE: PG) Procter & Gamble was recognized for sustainable business practices at Duquesne University’s November 2012 sustainability symposium. Through collaboration with Green to Gold authors Daniel Esty and Andrew Winston, the School of Business honors an American company that achie...
Dr. Peter Senge, who has been named one of the top 20 most influential business thinkers by the Wall Street Journal and a top 10 management guru by Business Week, will keynote the fifth annual Beard Institute symposium, Sustainable Business: Responsibilities & Results,