It’s nearly the end of my course work as a Vlerick MBA student (less than a week and a half to go).
Yesterday I had a conversation about diversity management.
I’m facing a rock and a hard place this week.
The end of the second term is approaching fast. A little too fast.
Should I spend or should I not?
Today in our information systems class, we talked about Web 2.0.
How can one maintain high performance without burning out?
Ok. Just two hours of the strategy exam. I think (or I would like to think) I did pretty well in it.
After a term so far devoted largely to the quantitative aspects of business, it has been something of a welcome contrast (for me, at least) to begin the ‘managing people in organisations’ course.
Just finished the accounting mid term. I only know two things: 1. I did actually learn much more accounting than I had imagined possible and 2. I am really, really happy the exam is over.
There’s a particular subject about which I have learned a great deal and it’s not even part of my schedule.
We are officiallly in the last month of our second term.
I was a member of one of two teams representing The Kellogg School of Management at the Wharton Buyout Case Competition.
We are quickly approaching the final stages of the Russian convention centre development programme and pushing towards our upcoming projects in China and India.
The Chicago Booth Formal took place this weekend, with the theme being “masquerade”.
Last week an old friend posted an old class photo from our 2nd grade class on Facebook.
This period has been much harder than I expected in terms of workload.
I volunteered to help in the Columbia Investment Management Association conference, but it was not all born out of kindness.
If I had to rank the intensity of this week compared with all the other weeks since I began my year here at Vlerick , it would definitely fall within my top three.