Preview Luncheon: Managing Risk in a Global Environment

Still on the fence about pursuing an MBA? Shannon Fletcher '14 shares the lifelong benefits of receiving an MBA from TCU's Neeley School of Business.

Robert Rhodes

with Dr. Robert Rhodes
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 7
City Club Fort Worth,
301 Commerce St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Professor Rhodes will provide insights on how to minimize certain legal risks when doing business globally. Specifically, he intends to address issues related to the resolution of disputes with parties located outside the United States, including an examination of international litigation and arbitration.

Hear from our Alumni Panelists about their Neeley Executive MBA experiences: 

Kathy Novak-Johnson '12
Director of Customer Experience
BNSF Railways

Jamie Timmins '14
Vice President
First Command Financial Services

Rodney Shrader '15
VP, Sales and Marketing
Mustang Energy Services


Get a taste of what it’s like in our classroom. 

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Join us for a complimentary Preview Luncheon.

The Neeley Executive MBA program seeks leaders who have at least eight years’ work experience and five years’ managerial experience. OK, check, you qualify for that. But will the program fit you? To find out, come for lunch and join a scintillating discussion led by an Executive MBA faculty member. You’ll get a glimpse of just how relevant – and, frankly, fun – our classes are, and you’ll get to pick the brains of current students, alumni and staff.

Upcoming Preview Luncheons

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Negotiate Success
Rita Kosnik, Professor, Management
Las Colinas Country Club (Irving)

Lacoste Linda 2015


Developing Agile Leaders
Linda LaCoste, Director, Student Services, EMBA Program
Las Colinas Country Club (Irving)

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The Economy, the MBA and You
O. Homer Erekson, John V. Roach Dean & Professor, Economics
City Club (Fort Worth)