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Writing in The EvoLLLution, Michigan Ross Associate Dean Wally Hopp says the transformation will benefit both students and companies.
Writing in NAM Perspectives, Associate Dean Wally Hopp shows how transparency in data can improve results.
Professor Wally Hopp says machine learning models that tap into social media data could be the future of political prediction.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Wallace Hopp shows why income inequality hurts growth, and what companies should do about it.
New research by Michigan Ross Professors Wally Hopp and Jun Li show how good information leads to better heart surgery outcomes.
Business leaders show how they’re changing their organizations, and society, for the better at the Michigan Ross Positive Business Conference.
Michigan Ross senior associate dean explains why the wage gap hurts everyone and what we can do about it.
Applying operations principles to healthcare can save billions of dollars and hundreds of lives. Senior Associate Dean Wally Hopp explains how.