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Megan Pirelli ’13 MBA ’19
MBA ALUMNI

SNC-connected co-workers make sure America eats its greens

Megan Pirelli ’13 MBA ’19 and Ashley Ponschok MBA ’19 shared ground-level experience at a food-tech start-up that’s serving up fresh greens for K-12 pupils and food pantry clients.

Upcoming events
Nov.3
WEBINAR | Courageous Conversations
Noon-12:40 p.m. CDT|Virtual via Zoom

Delivering difficult feedback? Need to have a tough conversation with a family member? It all starts with a culture where open dialogue is welcome. Join Denise Thomas, president and owner of The Effective Communication Coach LLC, to discuss courageous conversations.


NOV.4
Lessons Learned at the Intersection of Academics, Health Care and the COVID-19 Pandemic
President and CEO for the Medical College of Wisconsin Dr. John Raymond will explore the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic through an academic and health care lens.
Dr. John Raymond in a white lab coat

NOV.17
SEMINAR | Courageous Conversations
8:30-10:30 a.m. CDT|St. Norbert College

Gain the knowledge to create a culture where open dialogue is encouraged; learn how to have open dialogue when challenged; learn effective gestures, body language and vocabulary; and understand the impacts of active listening versus passive listening. Denise Thomas, president and owner of The Effective Communication Coach LLC, will give you the tools to have courageous conversations.


DEC.1
WEBINAR | Finding Your Way Without Losing Your Mind: Leading Your Workday, Time and Meetings for Peak Productivity
Noon-12:40 p.m. CT|Virtual via Zoom
Customer demands, virtual workplaces and constant change are outpacing your ability to keep up and be productive. It’s time to rely on the science of change, productivity and efficiency to help you lead your workday instead of being a victim of your calendar. Join Jeff Nally, executive coach, speaker and author, to learn the latest methods to find your way without losing your mind.

JAN.5
SEMINAR | Finding Your Way Without Losing Your Mind: Leading Your Workday, Time and Meetings for Peak Productivity
8:30-10:30 a.m. CT|St. Norbert College
Ever-increasing workloads, constant disruption and customer demands threatening your ability to keep up and be productive? It’s time to rely on the science of change, productivity and efficiency to help you lead your workday instead of being a victim of your calendar. Join Jeff Nally, executive coach, speaker and author, for an interactive workshop.

JAN.12
The Bright Side of Adversity: How to use challenging times to build skills to protect your company’s future
7:30-8:30 a.m. CT|Butte des Morts Country Club, Appleton, Wis.
President of Weidert Group Greg Linnemanstons will explore how you can use adversity to protect your comapny’s future.
Greg Linnemanstons

News
  • ECONOMICS Bitcoin contrarian sees limited future for cryptocurrency

    Schneider School dean Dan Heiser is a Bitcoin sceptic. He shares his reasons with MaryBeth Matzek, outgoing editor of Insight Magazine.


    RESEARCH Strategic Research Institute to participate in COVID-19 survey partnership SNC’s Strategic Research Institute will partner with Women’s Funds in Northeastern Wisconsin to conduct a survey that will lend local data to the assertion made nationwide that women have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19 over the past year.
    ECONOMICS Alumna Perspective: “Real World” “I first found economics interesting because it was applicable to the ‘real world,’ meaning I could choose an issue I am passionate about and use economic models to answer these questions. I am interested in applied microeconomics, specifically behavioral and crime economics. As I dove deeper into specific fields I found the ‘dismal science’ fascinating as, really, economics studies us and the (sometimes irrational) choices we make! I am especially excited to begin graduate school as this gives me the opportunity to introduce economics to undergraduates.” – Emily O'Leary ’21, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Oregon
  • RESEARCH Supporting service strategies with information technologies Jamie O'Brien (Management) co-authored a study titled “The role The role of information systems and knowledge codification for service provision strategies,” published recently in the Journal of Service Theory and Practice, a leading journal in service management.
    LEADERSHIP Leadership chief wins Most Valuable rank in Green Bay Packers Program The Center for Exceptional Leadership’s Dean Stewart ’88 has been named Most Valuable Mentor in the Green Bay Packers Mentor Protégé Graduation Program.
    BUSINESS Business professor weighs in on pandemic-proof small businesses Lucy Arendt (Management) was recently featured in an article from WalletHub that gives a state-by-state look at small businesses and their level of resiliency during the pandemic. She shares her thoughts on steps businesses can take to adapt to – and survive – the current economic conditions.
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