Pictured is Robert Kaiser, President Montgomery and Satish Deshpande.

Robert S. Kaiser Sales, Negotiation and Leadership Lab

Pictured are the four ISM students.

ISM students win first place at international case competition

Pictured are the four digital marketing students

Students claim second place in national social media marketing competition

Pictured Laurel Wright and Tyler Nabozny

Sales student places first in national competition

Pictured are four food marketing students.

Food marketing students soar to second place at national university case competition

Pictured are the Zhangs, President Montgomery and Bill Johnston.

Zhang Career Center celebrates 10th anniversary

Haworth College of Business
Pictured is John Hayward and Joy Goldschmidt

Two ISM students among six nationwide to win prestigious scholarship

Two integrated supply management students are among six students from across the country receiving a coveted nationwide business scholarship awarded by the Richter Foundation and the Institute for Supply Management's Richter Scholarship Fund. John Hayward and Joy Goldschmidt have each received a $10,000 award from the foundation and will be paired with established executives and former Richter Scholars who will serve as mentors.

Pictured is a black arrow, pointing upward.

Strategic direction

Having a strategic plan that drives operational decisions is as important for a college as it is for a business. As higher education faces some of its toughest challenges, the strategic planning process has become more important than ever for the Haworth College of Business.

Pictured is Zack Quraeshi.
Faculty and Staff

40 years of teaching, research and global business

"Enabling students to become productive, caring citizens of the world"—that is how Zahir "Zack" Quraeshi, professor of marketing and G.W. Haworth chair of international business, describes the focus of his work for the past 40 years.

Pictured is Lauren Bliss

Simply Bliss

To say Lauren Bliss is ambitious would be an understatement. At just 21 years old, she has already developed a new entrepreneurship club on Western Michigan University's campus, is the treasurer of Alpha Chi Omega, and has landed a marketing internship at a local chocolate shop. Oh, and we should mention—she's also a business owner.

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Analytics = The future of business

It's business 101—identifying your customer, tracking your sales, filling orders and planning for the future. Business professionals at every level and in all areas—management, marketing and operations—need data to identify these trends, patterns and relationships and to predict customer behavior, demand, equipment failure and supply shortages.

Pictured is Anthony Tam's creation

Tasting success

When you look at a mille crêpe cake from Anton SV Pâtisserie, you are looking at a minimalist work of art. And when you taste that same crêpe cake, you know there is nothing minimal about its flavor profile or the work that goes into creating this signature item.

Pictured is Christa Lee

Building a business, Younique-ly

Being able to work from 5 a.m. to noon or from 8 p.m. to midnight (or anytime in between) within arm's length of her children became the dream for Christa Lee, who joined the network marketing company Younique in 2014.

Pictured is a field of trilliums.
Faculty and Staff

In Remembrance

Remembering faculty, Phil Straniero (1948-2018) and Ed Mayo (1940-2019).