Viva Bartkus is associate professor of Management and founder of the Meyer Business on the Frontlines program, which is dedicated to the belief that there is dignity in work and that all people can contribute to society. Her current research and teaching interests concentrate on two areas: the leadership approaches most effective in solving complex business problems and the social capital of communities that enables collaboration.
Prior to joining the faculty at Notre Dame, Bartkus spent 10 years in consulting at McKinsey & Co., with the last four years as a partner.
Business, science, and government policy in the context of international relations
Grenville Clark Award - 2019
Boosting Markets to Benefit Communities in the Amazon
Dec 17, 2019
How do remote markets impact communities? Across the world, small producers struggle to get their products to market, and when the markets come to them, struggle with middlemen. These challenges make it harder to sell labor or products, and harder to buy the goods families need.
Kellogg Faculty Fellows To Receive ND Honors
May 9, 2019
Faculty fellows at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies are receiving four of nine prestigious annual awards being given to faculty by the University of Notre Dame.