Despite feeling overworked and consumed by his MBA programme, one blogger confesses he has been having the time of his life ,
The life of a chief executive – even if just for a day – was an eye-opening experience for one MBA blogger
Many MBA students find the finance module one of the most difficult, but revision classes lead by one student ahead of the finance exam proved extremely beneficial.
Innovation lies at the heart of success, but for students to appreciate this they first have to lose their inhibitions and dare to think “outside the box”
When you are doing an MBA it is easy to become focused on the task in hand and to forget to look beyond the programme to the world outside
Studying on an MBA programme is not only learning about management techniques, it is also about implementing change.
As our programme director told us on, the first week in March was supposed to be one of the best weeks of the IMD MBA. It was the week of the [in]famous integrative exercise – the monster that everyone who has passed through these hallowed halls will remember vividly.
A few weeks before I left London, the Occupy movement arrived in the City. I remember walking past the “Tent City” by St Paul’s Cathedral and wondering what the fuss was all about. To be honest, I was pretty dismissive of it.
Nearly a month into the MBA, I can’t help but think back to the MBA Roundtable we had this week and reflect on the wider issues the world is facing.
An element of many MBA programmes is self analysis. Team members offer feedback on each other’s behaviour which can be quite revealing