Our car was vandalized. We don’t know when it happened but we found it a couple of days ago. It was a shocking sight. The glass on the driver’s side of the window was broken and the shards were all over the seat and below. The center part of the dashboard was ripped apart and | Read more…



Weeks before the Center for Operational Excellence hosted its first-ever Leading Through Excellence summit, keynote speaker and The Power of Habit author Charles Duhigg offered a valuable insight on the recipe for success in the business world during an interview. “You have to be smart and lucky to hit it out of the park,” he | Read more…



You’ll be reading and seeing a lot more about the incredible experience of our first-ever three-day Leading Through Excellence summit very soon through photos, blog posts and details on our next one – but one piece of news can’t wait. Summit keynote speaker Charles Duhigg joined us Friday to talk about his bestselling book, The | Read more…



Each year, the Fisher College of Business Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services honors the individuals and companies working to make the corporate world a place where everyone feels welcome. The Center for Operational Excellence is proud to have direct ties to both the individual and corporate winners this year. COE submitted winning nominations | Read more…



Walk into most any company, and the only signage you’ll see is the name of a department and the names of the people who work there. At the Master of Business Operational Excellence program, we teach our students that visuals can be used for much more, indicating the purpose for the existence of a department | Read more…



We all have our own way of doing work. This is something we learned in school, found it worked for us in the past, or we just developed a habit to do our work in a certain way. Let’s take a simple example: Managing e-mails. Some people print each and every e-mail to keep a | Read more…