A class in venture capital – from the basics of venture investing through to analysing prospective investments has been the best class to date according to one MBA blogger
Case studies provide an excellent opportunity for students to examine the “inner workings” of a company and consider whether alternative management decisions could have been made
Mixing a case competition with a downhill skiing contest provided students with a great opportunity to network and flex their business and sporting muscles
Although life on an MBA programme is hectic, nevertheless there is still time for a leisurely meal at a traditional Italian restaurant
I feel I’ll be repeating myself if I say that a lot has been going on in the past 10 days, but then again this is probably something that is very common when one is studying for an MBA degree.
We have just started a new course called applied decision making.
How can one maintain high performance without burning out?