Support For Female MBAs Pushes More Women Into Business

Conquering the stigma attached to women attending business school has opened a whole new platform for female MBAs The confidence to pursue an MBA is a key factor of the rise of women in business. More women are venturing into business school with heightened optimism, and the added security of a network of organizations actively … Continue reading Support For Female MBAs Pushes More Women Into Business

Is There A Cheating Epidemic At Business School?

Some MBA students are cheating to get ahead Academia is a pressure cooker. Each new crop of students is expected to burn brighter than the last—and that’s to say nothing of the increased demands placed on the faculty. Particularly at the post-graduate level, students absorb and metabolize a dizzying array of information in an attempt … Continue reading Is There A Cheating Epidemic At Business School?

Show Emotional IQ, Leadership in MBA Applications

Experts say MBA applicants should highlight their ability to overcome adversity and their career progression. Stories of overcoming adversity and achieving success in difficult circumstances are excellent fodder for an MBA application. MBA admissions experts and students say the reason these stories of challenge and resilience are so important is because they provide proof that … Continue reading Show Emotional IQ, Leadership in MBA Applications

Why America’s Universities And Business Schools Are The Best Place To Launch A Start-Up

A politely ferocious debate is being waged in America right now about the best place to launch a start-up. This isn’t surprising post Great Recession—especially with millions of mobile Millennials graduating into the workforce willing to cart their STEM and MBA degrees anywhere, some of them with the next Uber in their heads. There are major bragging … Continue reading Why America’s Universities And Business Schools Are The Best Place To Launch A Start-Up

On Women’s Equality Day, Let’s Talk Business

Saturday, August 26 was Women’s Equality Day, marking passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution that gave women the right to vote. Yet today, women are far from equally represented in corporate leadership ranks. Only 6 percent of Fortune 500 chief executive officers are women and most Americans don’t expect this to change anytime … Continue reading On Women’s Equality Day, Let’s Talk Business