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  1. Top ten tips on managing virtual teams

    Posted Jul 12th 2013, 09:10pm by Prof. Sebastian Reiche

    ... but in terms of education background, shared training activities or having worked on similar projects. The aim is to have some diversity but to make it easy to build trust with some point of contact. ...

  2. Think small, gain big

    Posted Jul 05th 2013, 08:06pm by Vickie Chan

    ... raw materials and chemicals, was not going well, leaving She without a vision of what his future might be like. While looking for a new job, he decided that an MBA was the solution – the networking opportunities particularly appealed to him. “I was 28 when I did the MBA and thought nothing of being the second youngest – but looking back, I wish I’d had more work experience,” he says. ...

  3. Why entrepreneurs should consider an online MBA

    Posted Apr 10th 2014, 02:43pm by HEATHER MCKENZIE

    ... Department of Education released a report based on 99 different studies and found that on average, students applied information better via online learning. If you can’t afford an online MBA ... HEATHER MCKENZIE There are many different opinions about whether a successful entrepreneur needs an MBA or not. It’s fun to think of Zuckerberg’s stellar entrepreneurial achievement ...

  4. The Parents MBAs Leave Behind

    Posted Jun 05th 2014, 03:56pm by Donna Lin Niles

    ... be only children, truly leaving their families behind for the pursuit of higher education and professional endeavors in MBA career paths. In this case, it’s not only a challenge for the student ... Donna Lin Niles Getting an MBA is no easy task. Not only do you have to demonstrate a solid academic record as an undergraduate, you have to dominate the GMAT and represent yourself well ...

  5. New method to teach case studies dynamically

    Posted Jun 28th 2013, 06:58pm by Dr. Isabella Chaney

    ... For decades universities have utilised the case method, with several renowned universities being involved in writing and disseminating comprehensive case studies suitable for MBA ... these generally tend to be shorter and have a narrower focus, reflecting the specific management function addressed by these books. The case study method has continued to be favoured within MBA programmes ...

  6. Is having an MBA bad for a startup?

    Posted Apr 10th 2014, 03:29pm by Sam Prince

    ... And if not, will startup culture bring about the end of the MBA? At first glance, the answer seems yes. Startup companies are notoriously averse to hiring business school graduates. Some say it’s because MBAs lack company loyalty and can act entitled, while others say the truth really lies in the stigma of the MBA itself. A business school graduate simply can’t afford to partake ...

  7. Valuable gains from case competitions

    Posted Jun 24th 2013, 07:05pm by John Brennan

    ... are encouraging MBA students to enter the growing number of case competitions which now vie for attention on the international scene. Stephen Nason, professor of business practice at the Hong Kong ... gained from the MBA in a business setting,” Shulver says. “We advise all our students to take part. It allows them to demonstrate their initiative, drive, willingness to go the extra mile, ...

  8. Companies obliged to look after employee welfare

    Posted Jun 20th 2013, 08:18pm by Linda Yeung

    ... business executives are aware of the true meaning and spirit of CSR. To correct that, programmes like the MBA in CSR at Nottingham University aim to educate future leaders to take a broader ...

  9. Obtaining new perspectives through a flexible MBA

    Posted Jun 07th 2013, 08:59pm by Wilson Lau

    ... I enrolled in 2009 for the MBA in international management offered jointly by HKU Space and the University of London. After working for several years, I felt the need to get some fresh perspectives ...

  10. MBA adds new dimension to police work

    Posted May 30th 2013, 08:58pm by Vickie Chan

    ... for an MBA at HKUST would help his prospects of career progression. “In itself, continuous study is a good thing, it doesn’t necessarily matter what subject,” says Lin, who might have taken something more directly related to his police work such as law, IT or social sciences. He was, though, looking for a programme which could give new perspectives and add an extra dimension. “An MBA ...




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