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Blog Post by Sofía Martinez-Murillo

4 Ways to Volunteer Online

When unemployment, isolation and economic struggles are at an all-time high, helping our community seems like a necessity. Trying to fulfill the required 100 hours of community service may seem difficult during a pandemic, but it is doable. Online.

Jun 01, 2020
Blog Post by Jason Cirilo

How to Survive Video Interviews and The Future of Recruiting

If you haven’t experienced a video interview yet, you will undoubtedly be invited to complete one before you graduate. These video-interview tips will help you navigate your next experience.

May 21, 2020
Blog Post by Noah Miller

What I Learned When I Switched Majors to Supply Chain Management

Switching majors to supply chain management was not an easy decision to make but I felt attracted to all the possibilities I could have as a professional. Every business connects to a supply chain that connects to many parts of the business as well.

May 18, 2020
Blog Post by Holly Rio

2020 OWLIE Winners Receive Their Trophies COVID-19 Style

Trophy pickup extended the OWLIE celebration this year. Winners of the 2020 Outstanding Worthy Leaders Involved Exceptionally awards are recognized here once more. Those who came to campus after the April event are shown with their statuettes.

May 13, 2020
Blog Post by External Affairs Staff

Congratulations, Class of 2020 Graduates!

Congratulations, Class of 2020! We’re so proud of each and every one of you for finishing your last semester strong, despite these unforeseen circumstances due to COVID-19. While this may not be how you imagined your time at the Jindal School to end

May 13, 2020
Blog Post by Sagar Patel

How to Stay Sane and Productive While Working From Home

The list above suggests just a few of the activities that you can do to stay productive working from home. Try to keep your mind calm and composed, as well as try to have fun by staying connected and learning new skills.

May 11, 2020
Blog Post by Keith Thurgood

The Leadership Moment: Leading in Times of Crisis

While the foundational principles of effective leadership remain unchanged, leading in times of crisis requires leaders to take three discrete actions: Provide stability; define the Purpose; identify Priorities.

May 07, 2020
Blog Post by Larry Chasteen

Forecasting in Capsim: The Next Piece of the Puzzle

To forecast is to predict future sales using previous data. Forecasting accurately in Capsim allows players to make the best business decisions possible and to make large profits without any emergency loans.

May 05, 2020
Blog Post by Jason Cirilo

Career Advice: Being a Problem-Solver

One of my favorite job interview requests is, “Tell me about a time you failed.” The reason why I like it is because it’s designed to demonstrate your problem-solving abilities. A strong way to answer is to focus less on the failure itself.

Apr 30, 2020
Blog Post by Kris Imherr

Robust Response as OWLIEs Go Virtual

Enthusiastic shout-outs and spontaneous bursts of support made the Naveen Jindal School of Management’s sixth annual OWLIE Awards a spirited virtual watch party that had the audience rooting for favorites and congratulating winners in real-time.

Apr 28, 2020