Executive PhD Articles

An Evolution in Business Education, the Executive Ph.D.

An Evolution in Business Education, the Executive Ph.D.

In 1908, the world’s first MBA program began at the Harvard School of Business with an enrollment of 33 students. One-hundred-ten years later, the MBA is the most popular postgraduate degree in the U.S. Business schools have developed entire portfolios of MBA...

Daniels College of Business Launches Executive PhD

Daniels College of Business Launches Executive PhD

The University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business is excited to announce a new addition to its program offerings. Students can apply now for the Executive PhD program with the first cohort beginning in fall 2018. The AACSB-accredited program provides a new...

What’s on the Menu for 2018?

What’s on the Menu for 2018?

Tis the season when many of us hatch plans for the new year. Perhaps we vow to take up running, travel more or spend time with loved ones. Amid our resolutions to be better, kinder, healthier versions of ourselves, one burning question persists: What will we be eating...

BIA Professor reflects on his two Fulbright Scholar experiences

BIA Professor reflects on his two Fulbright Scholar experiences

Anthony Hayter, professor of business information an analytics, was interviewed by Amstat News about his experience as a Fulbright Scholar. Hayter spent his scholarship year in Chulalongkorn University, Thailand in 2011-2012 and in 2014. Tell us about your time as a...

New Center Offers Consumer Insights

New Center Offers Consumer Insights

Do you ever pause to consider your loyalty to one brand versus another? What factors drive you to purchase a particular product line, whether it’s toothpaste, milk or laundry detergent? The Daniels College of Business’ new Consumer Insights and Business Innovation...

Interview with Professor Donald Bergh on Verizon/Yahoo Acquisition

Interview with Professor Donald Bergh on Verizon/Yahoo Acquisition

Over the past week we have seen a dizzying number of opinion pieces concerned with Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo’s web business for a reported $4.83 billion in cash. In order to parse through the transaction, we sat down with Professor Donald Bergh. Bergh is the...

Understanding Priorities for Service Attribute Improvement

Understanding Priorities for Service Attribute Improvement

Donald Bacon, (2012). Journal of Service Research, 15(May), 199-214. Abstract To improve the overall quality of a service experience, managers often focus on enhancing particular attributes of the service.  Yet identifying the attributes to improve – those with the...