5 Essential Tips for Surviving Awkward Networking Events (Brazen Careerist)
Networking events are awkward. And when you don’t go to them often, you might have no idea what to do or how to act.
MBA students take their skills on the road (Graduate Guide)
Four Harvard Business School students are making a difference and learning in the process through a project known as MBAs Across America
Inflated GPAs Good For MBA Applicants (Poets & Quants)
To get into a highly selective business school, is it better to have a higher grade point average from a school where grade inflation is the norm?
Stress Management at B-School (Bloomberg Businessweek)
Case studies, class projects, recruiting, clubs, travel… the life of an MBA student is enough to make otherwise levelheaded adults crack under the pressure.
If You Don’t Define Your Personal Brand the Market Will (Both Sides of the Table)
Don’t forget about personal branding, the most important way to proactively control your career development and how the market perceives you.
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Networking Tips for Online MBA Students (U.S. News Education)
Networking is just as important for online MBA students as it is for on-campus students. Take advantage of face-to-face meetings and pick up the phone to network in an online MBA program.
Ranking Business Schools on Research (Poets & Quants)
A fresh look at business school rankings. This week Poets & Quants shares which business schools’ professors crank out the most research.
Larry Zicklin, current professor at NYU’s Stern School, has a revolutionary proposal to fix the crisis of irrelevance that today’s business schools are facing: business school teachers should teach business!