Source: The Wall Street Journal by Kelsey Gee,01.10.2019. University agrees to pay nearly $5.5 million to current and former business-school students Temple University will pay nearly $5.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit by current and former business-school students after the university acknowledged that its online M.B.A. program’s top spot in a nationwide ranking was… Read more about Temple University Settles Suit Over Fudged Data on M.B.A. Ranking
Source: Financial Times by Jonathan Moules,01.03.2019. New top-ups and learning packages keep business graduates’ knowledge up-to-date When the Association of MBAs, the accreditation body for postgraduate management education, gives its approval to a business school’s MBA programme, it does so for a maximum of five years. But when that same business school awards one of… Read more about MBAs need to stay relevant with life-long learning
Source: Forbes by Matt Symonds,12.12.2018. Feeling overwhelmed by the state of the world? Whether it’s the uncertainty of trade wars between the U.S. and China, the political chaos of Brexit, the violent protests in France or the disturbing consequences of climate change, you might be wondering how to navigate the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity… Read more about INSEAD Shares #1 With IESE In The European Ranking Of M.B.A. Rankings 2018
Source: The Wall Street Journal by Kelsey Gee, 12.07.2018. Yes, the cost of business school is soaring, but a new survey shows that career-switchers can reap substantial financial rewards from getting their masters of business administration Fully 75% of those who earn an M.B.A. switch careers, a new survey shows, and they can double their… Read more about Looking to Double Your Salary? Try an M.B.A.
Source: CNBC by Karen Gilchrist, 12.02.2018 For many, an MBA seems like a surefire route to a high-powered career with a hefty pay packet to match. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), 89 percent of recent business school graduates secured full-time employment this year. The majority of them were in traditional industries such… Read more about Most MBA grads make this common mistake, says billion-dollar start-up founder
Source: QuartzAtWork by Lila MacLellan, 10.29.2018. The specter of becoming an industry has-been, the former trendsetter that completely lost the plot, hangs over every successful business. You might call it the fear of Kodak-ing, or pulling a Sears. At the Brightline Initiative’s Strategy@Work conference in New York last week, Rita McGrath, a professor of at Columbia Business School and… Read more about The two questions companies should ask to stay relevant
Source: Forbes by Zack Friedman, 10.05.2018. This week, Wharton received a gift of $50 million, the largest single gift in its 137 year history. Here’s what you need to know. The Gift The gift to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania comes from billionaire Marc J. Rowan, a Wharton alum and co-founder and… Read more about Wharton Business School Receives Its Largest Gift Ever