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Concept To Market Institute

The Maharishi University of Management (MUM) College of Business is pleased to announce its latest development, the Concept to Market Institute (CTMI). The CTMI allows students to take business ideas and transform them into viable companies.

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Student Finalist in State Business Plan Competition

MBA student Alden Rowe traveled to Des Moines last month to pitch his business plan to three judges after having been selected as one of 13 finalists from colleges and universities statewide in the Pappajohn Student Entrepreneurial Venture Competition.

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CEO of Global ID Group Ken Ross Talks to MUM College of Business


You’ve probably seen the non GMO butterfly that is proudly displayed on most health foods. However, you may not know that the company behind the butterfly was started in a science lab on the Maharishi University of Management campus.

Founded in 1996 by microbiology professor John Fagan, Global ID Group has since grown into a multinational business with an annual revenue of 20 million dollars. The mission of Global ID Group is to provide companies with “integrated food safety and food quality solutions that address the challenges and opportunities in the...

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New MBA Specialization in Enterprise Resource Planning – SAP Finance

The Maharishi University of Management College of Business Administration is pleased to announce a new MBA specialization in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – SAP Finance.

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Zhou Jiang Named Top Accounting Student

Zhou Jiang, a PhD student in management, was recently recognized by the Iowa Society of CPAs after being nominated by the management department as the 2016 Outstanding Accounting Student.

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Want a Sustainability Report Written for your Company?

Are you interested in having a sustainability report written for your company? The Dean of the MUM College of Business Administration, Dr. Scott Herriott, is training and mentoring his students to write comprehensive sustainability reports for companies.

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MUM Business Alumn Abdul-Nashiru Issahaku Appointed Governor of Bank of Ghana

Dr. Abdul-Nashiru Issahaku has been appointed by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana as the Governor of the Bank of Ghana with effect from Friday, April 1, 2016.

Dr. Issahaku is an International Development Economist with several years of experience in economic policy management and development, having worked with reputable international and local institutions including the World Bank as a Senior Public Sector Specialist;the African Development Bank as a Principal Governance Expert; the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa as a Development Management Officer;the Canadian International Development...

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MUM’s College of Business Named One of the Top Colleges for ESTP Personality Types

Degree Match (degreematch.org) has named Maharishi University of Management as one of the best schools for ESTP personality types. ESTP stands for Extraversion, Sensing, Thinking, Perception and is one of the sixteen Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality types.

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Nahshon Yisrael: A Creative Entrepreneur

Nahshon Yisrael grew up in the South Side of Chicago. He and his twin sister Naamee heard about MUM from a cousin, and the siblings came to a Visitors Weekend in 2012. Naamee wanted to enroll at MUM, and Nahshon, who is very close to his sister, followed.

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Dr. Herriott Publishes Book on Metrics for Sustainability

A new book by Scott Herriott, the dean of the MUM College of Business, will be published on March 11th. The book is titled Metrics for Sustainable Business: Measures and Standards for the Assessment of Organizations and is a part of Routledge’s series on Environment and Sustainability.

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