Archive for January, 2013
What They Don’t Tell You About Promotions
Today article was written by Victor Wong. I always thought life was a game where for the most part, you have to figure out the rules [...]
ACCEPTED at The MIT Sloan School of Management!
Post Mortem Just an hour ago, I thought that I’d be writing a very different post than this. About two weeks ago, I interviewed for a spot in [...]
Scale Ratings aka How I Can’t Be Impressed
About a year before I left my organization for my MBA program, a new directive passed down from the C-Suite: performance ratings had to be [...]
LBS Boasts Highest Post-Grad Salaries
Here are three tips to stand out at LBS. Check them out!
UIC to Launch Weekend MBA Program for Fall 2013
Article by Jeffron Boynes, UIC News The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Liautaud Graduate School of Business is offering a new MBA option with Saturday classes [...]
8 Things to Know About the 8-Minute GMAT Breaks
Learn the 8 most important things you should know about the GMAT breaks.
P3 in Singapore
So P3 is upon us and there is only one word to sum it up: change. The first big change is the people on campus. As [...]
Contrasting, Describing, Showing, or Analyzing? Words About Words in Reading Comprehension Main Idea Questions
Figure out the best way to carve up an RC passage and understand its gist!
An Exam of Case Studies or a Case Study of an Exam?!
Can accounting relate to something other than journal entries, trial balance and final accounts? Can it ever not relate to a share capital a/c, a [...]
Scholarship Weekend is More than Earning Increased Scholarship Support!
By: Jonathan Markowicz Scholarship weekend at Simon goes by very quickly. A lot is packed into a short amount of time. However, I wouldn’t have [...]
After an Office Gaffe, Several Ways to Say You’re Sorry
Today’s article was written by Caitlin Nish. When a verbal gaffe slips out in the office, there’s more at stake than a little personal embarrassment: your [...]
Dipak Jain Resigns Deanship At INSEAD
After taking a medical leave last year due to being “tired and unfocused,” INSEAD Dean Dipak Jain has apparently resigned his job effective March 1. [...]
Last weekend’s adventure
I could write a post a week about all the fun exciting things going on at Tuck. But in addition to all the Tuck love [...]
Building Africa’s Future
With seven of the 10 fastest-growing economies in the world, Africa is an emerging market rife with challenges and opportunities. Faraimose Kutadzaushe, MBA 2013, is [...]