MBA Consulting Projects
MBA consulting projects have been a valuable resource for Long Island Business for
over 20 years. A team of MBA graduate students, under faculty supervision, focus on
a problem that has been identified in the fabric of your business.
The students meet with you and work over the course of a semester to analyze and create working solutions. It is real-world experience for them — they must keep in constant communication with you, the client — and the results of their project work would be of tangible benefit.
Please fill out this google form (https://forms.gle/xmUUnhFtLpZwsfKL9) if you are interested to participate for the incoming semester. Please contact our faculty, Richard Chan (Richard.Chan@stonybrook.edu) and Ed Fabian (email@example.com), if you have additional questions.
Examples of MBA Projects
Some of our clients include Burger King, Cross Sound Ferry, and Sea Tow International. Consulting topics include Operational Assessment / Staffing, Market Strategy, Image / Branding, New Technology, Not For-Profit. We strive for excellence. The Innovation Center has helped local governments, large businesses, and startups.
Whitson’s Culinary Group
Operational Assessment / Staffing
The coordination of timely staffing to match high intensity school activity is critical to efficient food service. Assessment by a faculty-led MBA group led the way to improved implementation.
The range of nationally marketed toys met with negligible consumer response in Asian neighborhoods. On-the-ground assessment and consumer surveys concluded that premiums must be culturally identifiable-resulting in an upswing in toy sales.
Cross Sound Ferry
Image / Branding
Active networks with regional industry, including agri-tourism. Agriculture, construction, education, tourism itself and entertainment were woven into the Ferry’s brand—based on a thorough survey and assessment of the regional market—sophisticated data analysis and survey techniques were implemented through the College of Business.
Sea Town International
A survey of effective danger zone warning systems, including RFID, iBeacon, NFC, GPS was undertaken with faculty and graduate students. Results confirmed that RFID is restricted to short range distances.
Catholic Medical Mission Board
to expand beyond the traditional. The results are proprietary, but new architecture embracing inbound marketing was introduced successfully.
Whitson’s Culinary Group
Doug Whitson, CEO
“The Innovation Center team created a means to match staff needs with market activity in inventory and staff redundancy — that solution was executed with a graduate team.”
Sea Tow Services International
Joseph Frohnhoefer, III, CEO
“The RFID” project provided our members with critical safety insights and gave us an edge over our competition. The graduate team and faculty gave us informed direction.”