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For the past twenty-five years, Johnson MBA students have had the opportunity to take a course where they put their skills to the test, competing with one another in the “Cornell Management Game.”
In 2009, PIXL co-founders Tom Schryver and Stephen Sauer licensed the simulation technology and started a company around it, updating the algorithm to make it as adaptable and applicable to today’s business environment as it was when it began.
PIXL Founders featured in Cornell Enterprise
He has managed accounting and compliance functions from initial startup through successful financial audits by national accounting firms, and helped guide company strategy, growth and development.
Previously, he was Director of Finance for the Triad Foundation, where he was responsible for overseeing all financial operations of the Foundation, including accounting, audit, and investing the Foundation’s $250mm portfolio.
His work has been published in a number of academic journals including Leadership Quarterly, Organization Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Small Group Research, Psychology of Women Quarterly, and Human Resource Management.
His research has also been featured in a variety of mainstream media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Forbes.com, and USA Today, among others.