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BUSINESS SNC professor publishes management paper informed by lessons from a popular musical Management Teaching Review has published “Lessons on the Resource-Based View and Generic Competitive Strategies From ‘Kinky Boots: The Musical’” by Lucy Arendt (Business Administration). The movie is invaluable, Arendt says, for teaching managers about issues including conflict resolution, diversity and generic competition strategies. Lucy Arendt

ECONOMICS SNC partnership helps shed light on the real estate sector The Center for Business & Economic Analysis at St. Norbert partnered with the Wisconsin Dept of Revenue and GB Real Estate LLC to present insights on the real estate sector in the region. It’s the latest in the series Economic Intel for Wisconsin and the New North Region. A man presents to an audience

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I joined the MBA program at St. Norbert because it has an amazing network of entrepreneurs, mentors and business leaders who have now become a great network of friends.

Vaughn Bowles Epidemiologist, Menominee Tribal Clinic in Keshena, Wis. Meet other MBA students
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Center for Business & Economic Analysis

Creating partnerships among faculty, students and local organizations to support community projects.
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Strategic Research Institute

Offering a wealth of data-driven insights for businesses and nonprofits to guide their decision-making.
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Nonprofit Leadership Development

Addressing the unique challenges and opportunities of nonprofit leaders through education and dialogue.
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In 2014, Pat Schneider, Donald Schneider’s wife, made a gift of unprecedented generosity to establish the Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics, and to found its Master of Business Administration program.
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