Ross School of Business

The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan believes in building a better world through business by developing leaders with a deep sense of purpose and ideas that generate positive change.

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Michigan Ross Professor, a Finance Favorite, Listed Among Top Executive MBA Professors

In a report from Poets&Quants, Gautam Kaul was selected by students as one of the top 50 business professors of Executive MBAs.

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Michigan Ross Kicks Off New Leadership Training Series for Academics in India

About 30 Indian educators are spending a week at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business as part of a new Leadership for Academicians program.

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Three Ross Faculty Receive Aspen Award for Exceptional Business Courses

Earlier this year, The Aspen Institute, a well-respected education and policy organization, named two Michigan Ross offerings to its annual list of exceptional business courses.

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Building a Better World Through Business

The University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business is a top-ranked business school with over 50,000 alumni across 103 countries and is dedicated to building a better world through business. The goal of the school’s research and teaching is to enable economic prosperity, foster social mobility and welfare, and influence economics and social policy in ways that positively impact the global society. Ross is committed to developing leaders with capabilities beyond mastery of core business skills. Its career preparation and placement are among the best in the world, by most metrics. In addition, students have opportunities that include starting a business, advising global companies on strategic issues, and investing real capital through student-run funds through Ross Experiences in Action-based Learning (REAL). Michigan Ross alumni, faculty, and students generate ideas and business solutions to shape how we live, work, and connect with each other.

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Distribution of a COVID Vaccine: Whose Interests Take Priority?
Late in 2020, ImmunVX, a fictional, multinational vaccine company, was among the leaders in developing a vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. It had accepted several government grants to help with…
Publication Date: 01/11/2021 Product ID: 5-975-263
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Investing in Leveraging Technology to Provide High-Quality K-12 Education Access
In late 2011, the Social Venture Fund (SVF) at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business issued a call for social enterprise business plans. It received one from LearnZillion,…
Publication Date: 11/25/2020 Product ID: 3-795-586
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Assessing the Social and Financial Impact of an Investment
In 2011, a due diligence team, made up of members of the Social Venture Fund (SVF) at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, had completed its assessment of…
Publication Date: 11/25/2020 Product ID: 1-383-543
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El corredor de software de Costa Rica: una empresa nueva elabora planes de expansión para Latinoamérica
El caso presenta el desafío de crear la marca de una nueva empresa de software talentosa pero de recursos limitados ubicada en San José, Costa Rica, en la industria de…
Publication Date: 11/05/2020 Product ID: 8-513-019
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Flores del Este (B): A Costa Rican Florist Blooms with Online Data
In 2006, Lorena and Victor Hugo Delgado—owners of Flores del Este, a small flower shop in Costa Rica—launched their first website with assistance from web development company, MiWeb. After six…
Publication Date: 05/08/2020 Product ID: 5-328-266
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Products Liability: The Innovation Responsible for the Rise and Fall of Takata
This case begins with post-deposition thoughts of Sean Burns, a 23-year veteran of Takata Corp. The lawsuit that gave rise to the deposition was brought as a class action on…
Publication Date: 04/03/2020 Product ID: 6-824-314
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Keeping it Clean During COVID-19: The Sanitizer Shortage
This case looks at the product shortages of N95 and N99 masks, hand sanitizers and wipes as a result of a new coronavirus, COVID-19. Students have to respond to the…
Publication Date: 03/16/2020 Product ID: 8-071-476
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Topco Pharmaservices, Inc.: Quality Improvement in the Clinical Supply Outsourcing Process
This case asks students to consider questions about where and how to implement Statistical Process Control (SPC) within the fictional Topco Pharmaservices company. Topco’s documentation process for outsourcing clinical drug…
Publication Date: 02/19/2020 Product ID: 1-528-696
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HAVEN: Creating a Social Change Strategy for Reducing Intimate Partner Violence
HAVEN was a nonprofit organization in Oakland County, Michigan (just north of Detroit) that addressed sexual assault and intimate partner violence by providing services to survivors and a variety of…
Publication Date: 12/20/2019 Product ID: 7-956-623
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Flores del Este (A): A Costa Rican Florist Considers Online Opportunities
In 2006, Lorena and Victor Hugo Delgado—owners of Flores del Este, a small flower shop in Costa Rica—were deciding whether to invest their very limited resources in developing an online…
Publication Date: 09/09/2019 Product ID: 3-179-807
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