The quality of admitted business school classes are in inverse proportion to the state of the economy.
This past week I have had my first job interview for a 2010 summer internship. My first interview was with Johnson&Johnson.
Chicago is a cold place to be over the winter, with temperatures consistently below freezing and snow both a regular treat and inconvenience. Last week I joined some alumni from the One Year Kellogg MBA prgramme to embrace the cold by plunging into Lake Michigan for charity.
Ninety students turned into entrepreneurs for four months. Our mission: help more than a dozen start-ups, mainly located in Switzerland, to solve some of their launch and development issues and build a better business case/plan.
Columbia is a full time job. I realise that there is just not enough time.
Earlier this week I had the pleasure of attending the first “Platform for development” event presented by the Vlerick Alumni and our full-time IMBA students.
Somewhat bizarrely, it seems that Clint Eastwood movies could offer an insight for business. If you’ve ever watched his spaghetti westerns you may remember that he waits for his opponent to go for their gun before drawing his. I can’t remember him losing. So what?