OSU Student Union
October 21-23, 2015 This program is designed to give you an understanding of the necessary steps required for oil and gas to reach consumers and understand potential obstacles facing distributors. This program will address the supply and demand of energy products and other influential market factors.
Presented by Raj Basu, Ph.D. | As organizations empower employees in greater numbers, managers need to focus more on coaching skills rather than on controlling and directing. Dr. Basu will discuss how leaders can enhance their skills in dealing with employee problems and opportunities.
Chesapeake Energy, Oklahoma City
Presented by Lee Manzer, Ph.D. | This seminar will focus on accountability in your organization to increase productivity. This session investigates how cultures are specifically created within organizations and how to recognize creation variables.
Presented by Bryan Edwards, Ph.D. | This session will address how motivational rewards can be used as a very effective motivational tool. Several approaches can be used to motivate employees and we examine the situations in which each of these approaches is most effective.
Metro Technology Centers, Springlake Campus, 1900 Springlake Drive, Oklahoma City
OSU economist Dan Rickman will be joined by other OSU economists and representatives from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and the Oklahoma Department of Commerce to discuss topics related to the Oklahoma economy. Included will be presentations on national and state economic conditions and prospects for the future. Presented by the OSU Center for Applied Economic Research in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University.
Offered by the the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. This conference will explore the management and strategic impact big data can have on a company or organization. This cross-industry conference brings speakers from industries throughout the region to share their experience of maximizing the use of big data. Those attending the conference will learn about leading practices in using analytics in energy, financial services, healthcare, medical services, and retail. Speakers and participants will explore various issues such as data capture, data management, data analysis and the strategic use of information for decision-making that drives success in business/organizations.
Click Hall, ConocoPhillips Alumni Center
From 2004, OSU has partnered with SAS, a leading provider of business analytics software, to offer very successful datamining and business analytics certificate programs. A primary goal of this conference is to link OSU's data mining and business analytics certificate programs and students who are trained in analytics using SAS with members of the local and regional business community. SAS Analytics Day will introduce our certificate programs to businesses and allow students and businesses to begin building their professional network.
June 5-10, 2015 A hands-on exploration program The Oklahoma State University Information Systems Technology Exploration Academy (ISyTE) is an action-packed, hands-on program designed for high school students interested in the vital intersection of business and technology. This six-day program will allow you to learn from industry leaders and current MIS students and faculty about information system practice and career possibilities.
3rd Annual OSU Spears School of Business golf scramble at Karsten Creek | Net proceeds from this year's event will go to the general scholarship fund for use by Spears School of Business students. Come join us for a great fun outing and bring your friends! Sponsorship opportunities are available.