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  1. The man behind Chicago Booth Asia- and one of its MBA class

    Posted Sep 18th 2013, 02:42pm by GINN FUNG

    ... for the school’s decision to relocate the Asia Executive MBA Programme to Hong Kong is its standing as a premier financial and business city and key education hub. This, combined with its proximity ... is that competition is a good thing. Chicago Booth brings a unique proposition in Executive MBA education – the Pure Chicago approach. With this, we teach the same courses, with the same professors, leading ...

  2. A distinctive part of EMBA: the chance to interact with CEOs

    Posted Oct 03rd 2013, 08:38pm by Linda Yeung

    ... Linda Yeung As many people will know, EMBA students are established professionals in their fields, often in their late 30s at least. Many are also sponsored by their companies as a way to groom their potential as leaders. What sets their training apart fr ...

  3. Leaders must have a clear vision

    Posted Sep 24th 2013, 08:17pm by Thomas Lee

    ... Thomas Lee I finally passed all my MBA Exams, which means literally I have completed all my mandatory and elective courses. For the six months onwards, I need to complete my dissertation to complete my MBA programme. I take pride of what I take home from my various MBA courses, inside and outside of the classroom, especially when it comes to management and leadership. The courses ...

  4. Would MOOCs pose a threat to MBA programmes?

    Posted Sep 11th 2013, 09:05pm by Linda Yeung

    ... MBA education. The two authors note the importance of “survival tactics” for business schools, such as building a more relevant curriculum and improving the effectiveness and integration ... to integrate much into the delivery process of business education. Most would agree that the rising number of what are becoming known as massive open online courses (MOOCs) pose a potential threat ...

  5. Leaning-in Interview Series #1 Sarah Young O’Donnell

    Posted Sep 13th 2013, 09:23pm by Jennifer Cheng

    ... children. (J: Jennifer Cheng, S: Sarah Young O’Donnell) J: How did your diverse educational background (in political science, art, architecture, and design) influence your career path? S: Elements ... and educational background all helped me to gain insight and build a strong foundation for the kind of thinking required in my career path.   J:  What do you enjoy most about your role? S:  I'm ...

  6. Sadness is evident as the MBA programme counts down

    Posted Aug 19th 2013, 06:59pm by The Inquisitor

    ... The Inquisitor In July, my MBA classmates and I have just finished another core course. However, there is something different this time. Instead of feeling relieved, relaxed and excited as one would expect after a stressed period, sadness and bitterness are also starting to engulf in everyone’s mind. Sadness is evident as the MBA programme counts down and the bitterness ...

  7. Arrogance Not a Job Requirement for MBAs

    Posted Jun 05th 2014, 03:52pm by Jeannie Mark

    ... and we now live in a global world, a web that requires more than just bullheaded tactics. These days, arrogance in the business world is no longer a job requirement for an MBA. The fact is, it can be highly competitive to be accepted into a business school and from there, an MBA’s primary goal is to succeed- sometimes at any cost. When millions of dollars are at stake, a business ...

  8. Trucking a taste of Mexico into Hong Kong

    Posted Aug 30th 2013, 07:48pm by Vickie Chan

    ... Vickie Chan While the daily routine of eating at a Los Angeles food truck always left Edwin Wu satisfied, he never expected to turn those experiences into a way to make a living. Hong Kong-born Wu went to California aged 14, remaining there until after co ...

  9. Alumni events deliver benefits for all parties

    Posted Aug 23rd 2013, 07:04pm by John Cremer

    ... John Cremer Students investing in an MBA rightly expect something more than what the core curriculum promises. Along with picking up the theory, technical knowledge and soft skills which ... events in Hong Kong to connect current students with alumni and will continue to build our MBA community,” says Robyn Gleeson, director of career services for the Australian Graduate School ...

  10. What can Manchester United’s visit teach us about business?

    Posted Aug 09th 2013, 06:51pm by Linda Yeung

    ... a review to rectify the situation. What does this saga have to do with MBA studies? Well, needless to say, football is big business and can give a significant boost to a local economy ... but speakers also emphasised that running a Premier League club demands in-depth management knowledge and entails all the complexities of international business. It can’t be long before MBA programmes ...




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