Antonette Irving

Unit: Darden School of Business
Department: Darden Graduate School of Business
Office location and address
90 Darden Blvd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
GBUS 8066: Thinking of a Master Plan: Non-Profit Mgmt, Metrics & Impact Making
Credits: 2
Working insight into the economic, strategic, and socio-political factors underpinning social impact. Students will learn to assess organizational capacity and the structures, processes and human capital necessary to effectively manage an enterprise. A deeper understanding of non profits and the environmental and social problems they address.Learn to adapt and fine tune their professional skills in a different sector.
GBUS 8069: Whose Streets?!: ESG Strategies from Wall Street to Main Street
Credits: 2
Institutional investors increasingly rank serving a social purpose as a factor garnering high regard. How people define serving a social purpose varies widely however. Corporations have a unique value add in terms of expertise, human resources, public influence, and unrestricted funds. But do corporations embrace a social purpose in ways that deliver quantifiable outcomes for a range of stakeholders, as well as economic performance? This course provides an expanded vision of competitive strategy and ethics by incorporating social purpose as a source of new business opportunities, improved productivity, and competitive differentiation and at the same time minds the gap between policy and practice.
GBUS 8203: Business Ethics through Literature
Credits: 2
The purpose of this course is to deepen students' understanding of the role of ethics in management. The course builds on the conversations begun in the First Year Business Ethics course and addresses several key themes of interest for contemporary managers.
GBUS 8530: Global Immersion
Credits: 2
This Darden Worldwide Course aims to develop a deeper understanding of a particular global business environment, what it takes to successfully enter and understand new business contexts, and how to develop a mindset as a leader across different cultures and institutions. The course accomplishes this by immersing students on-site in a new context to study these issues through engagement with local executives, global and local companies and organizations, meeting with government and community leaders, exploring activities of cultural and historical significance, and meeting with peers.
GBUS 8762: Getting in the Room Where It Happens
Credits: 2
This course is focused on the sociopolitical factors that enable success, and the practical insights that early career professionals need to navigate workplace politics. This is especially important when your identity can likely marginalize you. Frederick Herzberg asserts that the most powerful motivator isn't money; it's the opportunity to learn, grow in responsibilities, contribute and be recognized.
GBUS 8999: Darden Independent Study
Credits: 2–3
A Darden Independent Study elective includes either case development or a research project to be conducted by an individual student under the direction of a faculty member. Students should secure the agreement of a resident faculty member to supervise their independent study and assign the final grade that is to be based to a significant degree on written evidence of the individual student's accomplishment.