At the Krannert School of Management analytical development is part of our culture. It's a process our faculty members bring to the classroom, and graduates take to the boardroom. Before a solution can be devised – we think, reason, break a problem down to its essential components and consider all the variables. Working in collaborative environments with diverse populations we meet global challenges with an analytical and visionary mindset.
Prabudda De recognized as AIS Fellow
Krannert Professor Prabuddha De has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to the information systems discipline. He was honored with the Fellow Award, one of only three given in North America, by the Association for Information Systems.
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Krannert Private Equity Conference
Highlights from the first annual Private Equity Conference at Purdue organized by Krannert finance students and featuring alumni leaders in the field of private equity.
Procurement Services praises the work of Krannert interns
When Purdue began the herculean task of changing and improving all of its purchasing practices, it didn't hire high-priced business consultants. Instead, it enlisted the help of Krannert students.
Krannert team wins Midwest Diversity Case Competition
A team of four Krannert students won first place in the IU Midwst Diversity Case Competition held Jan. 19, 2013
Logistics students advise ICDI as it provides drinking water in Africa
Krannert students in Patrick Johanns’s Logistics Management class are using their supply chain knowledge to help ICDI provide clean drinking water in Central Africa.
MBA students learn gamification concepts in new class
Karthik Kannan teaches MBA students about gamification and engagement, how to manipulate behavior by using incentives and rewards to produce a desired outcome.
Student Research: Perfectly Clear Results
A Krannert undergraduate class in marketing research collaborates with a start-up company in California to expand its customer base.
Students Volunteer To Provide Free Tax Assistance
Purdue students are volunteering their time with local organizations to ensure low-income taxpayers receive as many tax benefits as possible.
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Non-profit project benefits students, community
Three MBA students solve an operations and supply chain problem for a local center that provides services to children and adults with disabilities.
Poker face puts squeeze on productivity
Research by Christine Jackson, an associate professor of management, shows suppressing emotions at work can lower productivity and quality of service.
Make the students think
If you want to learn more about entrepreneurial ventures – hybrid, biomedical or high-tech – Krannert’s Tim Folta is the go-to expert.
Keep the planes flying on time
A study of airline flight schedules and delays by Purdue doctoral student Mazhar Arikan has practical applications for operations management, and frequent fliers.
Seeking Alpha is top dog stock info source
Social media is becoming an important market-changing force, according to a recent study by Krannert researchers in information systems.
- Customer satisfaction enhanced through vendor alliances
Making Sense of Wall Street Instability
Xiaoyan Zhang, Krannert School of Management Associate Professor of Finance talks about Wall Street Instability