The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is pleased to announce the launch of an innovative data education initiative by W&M Libraries and the McLeod Business Library. The Data Crunch Lunch & Learn Series is a comprehensive program aimed at enhancing data literacy among students, faculty, and staff.
Christian Chisolm, MBA '24, is a great example of resilience, growth, and success regarding career transitions. As a participant of William & Mary’s Veteran-to-Executive (W&M VET) Certificate Program: Flourishing Through Life Transitions, Christian shares his transformative journey and its profound impact on his transition from military service to the executive realm in a brief Q & A.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary has reached a significant milestone in academic excellence within online education. According to the latest U.S. News & World Report 2024 Best Online Programs rankings, the Online Master's in Business Programs has distinguished itself as one of the Top 20 offerings in the Nation, securing the impressive rank of #18.
Professor David Long, an associate professor at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, is a thought leader in employee empowerment and job satisfaction. He emphasizes the importance of variety at work as a key factor in fostering team member empowerment and meaningful work. In a world where millions of workers are quitting their jobs, understanding and addressing the needs and desires of employees is crucial for retaining high performers and improving morale and engagement.
A year ago, Conor Sokolowsky understood that his swimming career at William & Mary was in its final weeks. He was set to graduate with the Class of '23 and start his career as an investment banking analyst with Clearsight Advisors. But then he got to thinking about graduate school...and the opportunity to keep swimming!
Since the public debut of OpenAI’s ChatGPT generative artificial intelligence platform in November 2022, business leaders have been avidly exploring the benefits and potentials of generative AI. And business schools have accordingly come to see the need to integrate AI training into their curricula to ensure graduates are prepared to succeed in fast-changing workplaces where generative AI may be here to stay.