The 80-20 rule, also called the Pareto principle, is named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto. He observed in 1906 that 20% of the population owned 20% of the land.
Olivet University's College of Business delves into the foundations of marketing, marketing goals, strategies and tactics considering Christian values for the 2013 spring quarter.
IT students from Olivet University's Information Technology College participated in the AdTech conference held at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
Olivet University's College of Business (OCB) is revamping its library to reflect the changing needs of students in how they use the facility as well as the recent curriculum development efforts.
As the Spring quarter approaches, Olivet University's College of Business (OCB) is planning a series of workshops led by Christian industry professionals to provide its students with diversified learning opportunities designed to enhance and enrich their educational experience in and out of traditional classroom environment.
Olivet University's College of Business, OCB, is gearing up its MBA program with a special emphasis on entrepreneurship for the upcoming Spring quarter.
Olivet University's College of Business is delving into the management of operations functions in a wide variety of organizations, including both manufacturing and service organizations with this quarter's MG610Operations Management course.
Ministry Practicum students from Olivet University's College of Business (OCB), are merging ideas and practice with the University's R&D department.
Olivet University's College of Business delves into the ethical aspects of individuals and corporate decision-making in the marketplace with this quarter's Ethics and Responsibilities course.
The Olivet College of Business looks into Return on Investment for the kingdom in this quarter's managerial accounting course. Led by OCB faculty member Linda Lim, the Finance II – Managerial Accounting course is part of the Olivet College of Business MBA curriculum.
Olivet business students are spending their summer interning at several companies across the US as part of their ministry internship experience.