Management is the largest of the subject areas in UCD College of Business. The principal areas of academic specialty lie in the core business areas of entrepreneurship and innovation, international business, organisational behaviour, strategy, supply chain management, and technology management. The Subject Area makes an important contribution to both our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
The interaction between research and teaching is one of the key features distinguishing leading business schools around the world. We clearly recognise the link between research and teaching and strenuously promotes the development of high quality research.
The Subject Group puts a strong emphasis on research leading to publication in refereed academic journals. The Subject Area’s research trajectory is strong. Staff have published in a wide number of journals including: Academy of Management Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Human Performance, Human Relations, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business Studies, MIT Sloan Management Review, Organizational Dynamics, Production & Operations Management, R&D Management, Research Policy, Small Business Economics, Strategic Management Journal and Venture Capital
Our MSc in International Management ranked 7th in the world by Financial Times 2018 Ranking
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School’s full-time MSc in International Management has been ranked 7th in the world according to the Financial Times 2018 Global Masters in Management (MiM) ranking, published today.
MSc International Business Consultancy Project
On the afternoon of Tuesday 24th of July, the students of the MSc in International Business completed their final report presentations to their mentors and client company representatives as part of their Consultancy Project module.
Leading companies come together to address key sustainability challenges for Ireland
Business in the Community Ireland launches Leaders’ Group on Sustainability; UCD is the knowledge partner for the Group; CEOs sign up to Low Carbon Pledge to reduce carbon emissions intensity by 50% by 2030.
Chatbots bring big business opportunities, but don’t forget to establish trust
Research carried out by students of the MSc in Management Consulting at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, on behalf of PwC, confirms that when shopping, customers often fail to find the information they need. Nine out of ten (90%) respondents believe that chatbots will be effective in providing basic information about a product, service or company; a further 44% believe that they would be useful for more complex tasks such as making changes to bank accounts.
UCD Smurfit School ‘Executive Agenda’ study finds firms “woefully underprepared” for tangible macro-economic risks but optimistic about growth prospects
Only one in four major companies have contingencies for post-Brexit trade barriers
Goldilocks' three bears could teach us to fight off approaching Tigers
In this Independent.ie article, Professor Niamh Brennan expresses concern that we could slip back into CEO hubris
Project Alliances - the way to effective major projects?
Project Alliances can provide significant performance benefits and has been found to be the most efficient and effective way to manage large and complex projects under uncertain conditions.
Samsung, Shame, and Corporate Atonement
For the past several months, South Korea has been roiled by accusations of corruption in its government and major businesses. Rosa Chun, professor of business ethics and corporate social responsibility at UCD Smurfit School writes about corporate redemption, guilt and shame culture.
MSc Project Management students charity success
13 study teams across the UCD Smurfit School MSc in Project Management were assigned a project - choose a charity, engage with them, raise funds and/or awareness, use AGILE techniques to run the project, and document the process.
Professor Pat Gibbons
"Strategic Management of Enterprises"
Dr. Donna Marshall
"Tackling Problems Inherent in Complex Global Supply Chains"
Dr. Esther Tippman
"Turning organisational problems into opportunities"
Professor Mark Pagell
"Why stopping for the yellow light is faster"
Dr. Annette Clancy
"Emotion in Organisations"
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