The impact investing industry seeks to create a positive impact beyond financial returns. Nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity (Habitat), an organization involved in return-seeking investments alongside its charitable donation-based operations,…
This case leads to a vibrant discussion and comparative analysis of Amazon’s strategies across three major emerging markets. Amazon is known to virtually every student, making an illustration of internationalization…
Blockchain is a digital, distributed, immutable ledger designed to build trust among parties without requiring an independent, third-party arbitrator or intermediary. The technology has potential to improve a variety of…
Associate Dean for Executive Programs, Professor of Technology and Operations; University of Michigan's Ross School of Business
Professor Duenyas' research interests are in the performance analysis and optimal control of complex production and service systems. He has widely published articles on production and inventory control, supply chain management, and optimal analysis and control of queueing systems.
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The First DEI Case Writing Competition Produces Compelling Case Studies
In partnership with WDI Publishing, the Ross School of Business and its Sanger Leadership Center called on university students and educators from around the globe to address the lack of business school case studies about diversity, equity, and inclusion.
How to Avoid Common Pitfalls in Giving and Receiving
Michigan Ross Professor and WDI Publishing author Wayne Baker has written extensively on the power of asking for help, but in a new essay in Psychology Today he identifies four ways that people disrupt the cycle of giving and receiving.