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How The Fisher MBA Got Me A Consulting Job With McKinsey

©dragonimages—Fisher MBAs can customize their learning to fit the career outcomes they want The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business understands that one size does not always fit all when it comes to MBA programs. Most business schools’ brochures brim with statistics on the diversity of their...
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Making The Sustainable MBA

Business schools need to change their curricula to ensure ethical business practices become the norm By Satinder Dhiman As we make our way through the tumultuous second decade of the 21st Century, a new vision is emerging to effectively address inequality, protect the planet, and ensure well-being for all...
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One-Year MBA Vs. Two-Year MBA: Which Should You Choose?

London Business School just redesigned its two-year MBA to include flexible exit points The one-year MBA format is on the rise. 74% of one-year MBA programs in Europe reported growing numbers of applications in 2016. INSEAD’s 10-month full-time MBA tops the Financial Times’ global MBA rankings. Value for...
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What in the World Has Happened to the MBA?

I have nothing against outsourcing if it makes financial sense. For instance, if a company can save money having an outside service clean their restrooms, I’m all for it. That is, if that outside service does an acceptable job, hopefully at least as good as was done previously...
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