A conference on gender balance draws the attention of students to the lack of female representation in the boardroom
Mastering time management is one of the most important skills that an MBA student can learn
The past few weeks have been quite busy on the Thunderbird campus. One of the more significant events was the inaugural Global Business Dialogue, which brought more than 1,000 alumni and distinguished business and social sector leaders from over 50 countries to discuss current global leadership challenges.
The power of networks can be far more pervasive than you realise and surfaces in the most unexpected of places
The MBA is designed to be both fun and academically challenging and in the early days it is difficult to find the ‘work/life’ balance
With his first year at Stanford Graduate School of Business under his belt, Kamal Nagi begins to blog about his MBA experiences
Kellogg students have recently returned from a series of week-long trips to various locations around the world, which include fun activities and also voluntary work for local communities
It was only once he was in his global MBA class that Suhel understood the meaning of global diversity
In his first blog Kelvin Chiu feels excited but also a little apprehensive as he contemplates his MBA journey
A break from the MBA routine gives Brigitte time to reflect on what the MBA has taught her so far
With her school hosting MBAs from another continent, Brigitte has discovered that MBAs the world over appear to think alike
For the first time Oxford and Cambridge students collaborate to put on a Ted conference – where speakers discuss technology, entertainment and design.
With the first term finished students are beginning to take the programme more in their stride and are beginning to focus on the recruitment process
In May, Geneva once again played host to an exclusive event. It was the eleventh European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, which I had the opportunity to attend.
Opportunities present themselves in the most unexpected of circumstances and a fleeting conversation can change someone’s career path
The importance of networking and the value it can add to your career prospects has been brought home to Barry Chien
Spring break gives MBA students the opportunity to discover different cultures as well as network with students from other business schools
Even though this blog is titled “The fine art of networking,” I’d just like to say that I despise the word “networking.”
The first semester at Wharton really flew by. It’s hard to imagine that I had arrived in Philly back in late July and that I’ve been there for more than five months now!
Well the trimester is now over and my final group deliverable for my business intelligence capstone course, a client presentation and white paper on the global energy market, was well received by both the client and the professor.
Networking can turn every business school student into a Ponce de Leon looking for the fountain of everlasting contacts. The process can unfortunately drift towards a more goal-oriented venture that ignores surrounding opportunities.
The last blog I submitted was MBAs and relocation and today’s topic revisits it a bit: MBAs and the infamous job search.
Everyone complains about how the first year of an MBA programme goes by so fast and the second year even faster and time flies and the MBA has gone by in a flash.