This month I have completed an interesting MBA subject in the field of innovation leadership. A week-long intensive covered traditional Innovation topics such as itellectual property, research and development as well as less obvious strands of innovation including process innovation.
At the two-thirds mark, Tristan reflects on his aspirations for his MBA when he started the programme. Networking he says is far and away the best part of his programme.
The MBA can offer insights into how students can improve their problem solving skills however as Tristan Tucker discovers, the MBA is not a substitute for a good business mentor
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New blogger Tristan Tucker is at the midway point of his MBA at University of Queensland. He is eager to apply knowledge from the classroom immediately to his working life as he believes that in this way he will get the best value from his programme