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Kate Atchley

Kate Atchley, PhD, distinguished lecturer in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Business Administration, is executive director of the college’s executive-level MBA programs and director of the college’...

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Charles Noon

Dr. Noon is a professor in the Department of Statistics, Operations, and Management Science at the University of Tennessee. He teaches in the Physician’s EMBA program, the full-time MBA ...

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Randy Bradley

Randy V. Bradley is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Bradley worked as an IT consultant in both government and commercial ...

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The Haslam College of Business has been ranked in the top 5 nationally for customized executive education.  We specialize in lean for healthcare solutions and developing leadership for nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals and can modify existing courses or create new educational programs that directly address the needs of your organization.
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Latest News


Haslam to Host Expert on National Physician Burnout Epidemic

Dike Drummond, a family doctor trained at the Mayo Clinic, has devoted himself to addressing physician burnout since 2011.

Immersion Trips Expose Executive MBA to International Policy and Business Climate

When Haslam Executive MBA students make their site visits throughout the world each year, they have opportunities to be immersed in the structures around which global business is built.

Physician Leadership Symposium Draws Audience of Physician Executive MBA Alumni and Students

A panel of physicians from around the country gathered April 29-30 at the Haslam College of Business for a symposium on current health care topics.