The summer spent on a technology transfer project was time well spent, allowing a group of MBA students the opportunity to study the technologies and then come up with fresh insights into marketing potential and the steps needed to commercialise the research
The end of the MBA is in sight, but there remains a final hurdle
An internship at a centre for scientific and technological research in Mexico broadens the experience of a group of Thunderbird MBAs
I always realise that what I value most from an experience is not what I had thought I’d value. Or to paraphrase advertising guru, Rory Sutherland, “All value is perceived value”.
I don’t know if it’s a company’s dream or nightmare when a gaggle of over-eager MBAs barge through their doors, promising to fix their most pressing problems.
Lately I’ve been feeling like my world has two distinct realities. I’m either a kid in a candy shop with a hundred dollar bill and too excited to know what to choose or I’m a beggar on the street with a cardboard sign that says, “Have passion and brains. Want work I love…”