Action in Practice
One of the most extensive and intensive action-based learning programs of its kind, the seven-week-long Ross MAP program embeds hundreds of Ross MBAs into companies to tackle challenges from product launches to digital banking to supply chain management.
The conference Action Learning in Business Education: Goals, Impact, and Global Perspectives June 3-5, 2015 at the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business, brings together business school faculty and program administrators to discuss ways to create institutional expertise in building effective action learning programs.
Entrepalooza, Ross’ annual entrepreneurship symposium, gives U-M students the opportunity to network with, gain expert advice from, and attend panel discussions with nationally recognized experts in entrepreneurship.
Dean Alison Davis-Blake discusses how the Zell Family Foundation's generous gift of $60 million to the Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies will support the continued delivery and development of world-class entrepreneurship programs at the University of Michigan.