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Recently, I addressed the question "What's The Point Of A JD/MBA?" If you're someone who is thinking about pursuing a JD/MBA, it's important to familiarize yourself with what the application process looks like and to understand the different options among the various schools you may end up considering.
As teens and young adults consider what they want to make out of their future professional lives, they're going to have a difficult time identifying a career where they can rightly say, "Well then, looks like I need to get a JD/MBA if I want to do that!"
Obtaining a master's degree can positively impact both your professional and personal development. But doing so is also a
I left Columbia after one semester to start my journey in food. It was one of the hardest things I've ever done.
With business school tuition on the rise (averaging around 120K for a fulltime 2 year MBA at a top-ten program; which doesn't include relocation fees, international study nor the opportunity cost of giving up a salary for two years) and an economic forecast that is consistently unclear these days, it is a wonder why anyone, let alone a tech savvy and highly entrepreneurial generation (the Millennials, those born between mid 1980s-2000) would make that sort of economic sacrifice.
Less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide have earned this prestigious designation. Another highly rated accredited
Almost one year ago, we moved from Houston to start a masters at Harvard Business School. After completing half of the MBA, I thought it was time to reflect on my learnings so far. Here are some of my favorite takeaways from each class of the first year.
High Achievers Spotlight. Femi Ayanbadejo; NFL Super Bowl Champion, Entrepreneur, Advocate & MBA Graduate
On the value of change and adaptability, Femi went on to say "Adaptability is really something you have to embrace. You have
Business School Does Pay Off After receiving my B.A. in English and Political Science from The University of Texas at Austin
Dartmouth College alumnus, Lancel Joseph '13 and I interviewed VG about his latest book, The Three Box Solution: A Strategy
For a small business, success is often measured by its ability to adapt to the changing needs of the market. If you can change
I interviewed Christie Hunter Arscott, an experienced strategist, specializing in recruitment, retention and advancement strategies for women and millennials, for her insights into millennials and graduate degrees.
If you are one of the many college seniors anxiously awaiting notification of the fate of your academic future, the wait is almost over (hopefully). The question is: what are you waiting for? What will that accept or deny letter signify for you? Is graduate school your plan A or your plan B?
In business school, you learn how a disciplined, strategic approach to finances helps organizations ultimately achieve great things. Along the way, it becomes important for you to apply that lesson to yourself.
I've known and admired Professor Sydney Finkelstein since I met him in 2009, read his #1 bestselling book, Why Smart Executives Fail, and sat in one of his executive education classes.
While I realize Smriti represents a sample size of one person, I think the comments are representative of other young women I have spoken with. In Part 2, I will provide some further insights into what a broader segment of millennial women are talking about regarding an MBA.
Renée Richardson Gosline is the Zenon Zannetos 1955 Career Development Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Management
Have you ever heard of the "Quarter Life Crisis"? It's that time in your twenties and early thirties where you take stock