The Master of Science in Innovation and Venture Development (MS-IVD) is a one-year program offered on ASU’s Tempe campus and will prepare leaders with the mindset, skill sets, and practice needed to launch successful ventures in any industry or sector, inside existing organizations, or as new entities.

Three years and more than 300 new graduates into the evolution of the W. P. Carey Full-time MBA program, Dean Amy Hillman discusses what the school has learned, how to remain competitive in a crowded MBA environment, and what’s next for the program and the school.

Information systems professors uncover an approach that holds promise for faster and more accurate detection of virtual robots.

There's little margin for error when you're in the business of selling electrons. After all, if an electron traveled around the world instead of bouncing around the nucleus of an atom, it would circle the earth some 8.3 times in one second. Since there's no time to react, electricity providers must do all they can to prevent system failures. In such efforts, Arizona Public Service (APS) has developed award-winning innovations. During 2008, the utility earned the Edison Electric Institute's Edison Award — the highest industry recognition an electric utility can earn — for one such breakthrough; contributing to that development were top-tier process-improvement methods and a dedicated team that teaches other utility departments how to get business-process management (BPM) rolling.