It has been a little while since I have been able to find time to blog.
As things continue to progress with my in-company project, I’m finalising the plans for my Giving Back Project (GBP) from mid-July to mid-August working for SOL (School of Life) Foundation in Roatan, Honduras.
As we approach the last week of class, the most frequently heard question is; ‘What are you doing for the summer?’
In January 2010 the FT launched it’s very first Business Education Global Impact study.
Last Thursday was the last day of our third term final exams.
Wow, what a week. What a weekend.
Columbia is almost empty.
My tussle with GMAT test questions continues………
Attachment issues are usually related to couples, pets and families. These issues also appear in the business world, however. What do I mean exactly? Let’s explore that question with a few examples and some of my experiences.
My final round of consulting interviews was over videoconference. While the fundamental psychology is the same as if it were a face-to-face interview, there are a number of differences that a candidate should keep in mind.
The human brain has a peculiar way of working and each and every one of us is very unique in the way we think and analyse situations.
The other day sitting at my In-Company consulting project I realised that the workplace is my comfort zone.
Our Monday night class is a really fascinating valuing company’s class with a constant stream of interesting and diverse speakers.
I have just started the venturing class.
During the fall quarter I was asked if I would appear on a television feature about the Kellogg One-Year MBA program.
Having little to no practical experience in starting and running a new business, one of the focuses of my MBA was entrepreneurship.
The exams are finished and so is my first official semester at the University of Miami.
I don’t know yet which company I will join after graduation, but I know that I will spend the last two months of the MBA working full time on my international consulting project (ICP) for Nespresso.
Ok, Just applied to the value investing programme.
It’s time for MBAT – the MBA athletic competition that brings together students from all of Europe’s business schools.
After one weekend in Miami (great beach days, clubs, a deep hole in my pocket and a very windy landing in Newark) I arrived back in New York on Sunday at 2am.
There are a lot of advantages to being at a business school within a large university, as is the Kellogg School of Management which is located at Northwestern University.
Jazz has had a huge influence on Chicago and I have been lucky enough to hear some great acts during my year at the Kellogg School of Management.