Archive for March, 2019
Magazines can benefit from Apple’s brand
On Monday, celebrities and businessmen arrived at Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, ready to find out about the latest Apple innovations. [...]
MBA student’s digital Top 10
The INSEAD MBA is known for its intensity. It’s a year full of adventures and challenges on every level. Even in the digital world, students [...]
A Closer Look at Tuck’s Admissions Criteria
Part I: Accomplished By Luke Anthony Peña Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Happy March, friends! We shared videos in January and February of my conversation with David White of Menlo [...]
What is the difference between an MBA and an EMBA?
Here at ARINGO MBA Admissions Consulting, we get many candidates who are not sure if they should apply for a masters, MBA or EMBA. EMBA stands [...]
How To Get In When Reapplying
Not to toot our own horn, but guiding reapplicants is one of our specialties. In fact, Personal MBA Coach has a near perfect record with [...]
How to keep calm at INSEAD
The journey at INSEAD is quite busy and you may find it difficult to keep calm sometimes. Between the assignments, the lectures, the classes, networking [...]
Feedback is not the gift you want but the gift you need
New elective focuses on self-awareness and emotional self-control. Good feedback done well is rare. Perhaps that’s why appraisal season sees even – or especially – the [...]
The mind of a strategist
March. This was a very special month of my IMD MBA journey for multiple reasons: International Women’s Day program with a fascinating panel of three [...]
Startup Yale 2019: Three days of pitches, prizes, and world-changing ideas
From April 3-5, Yale innovators will join leaders, investors, and cross-sector practitioners to reimagine the future at Tsai CITY’s annual Startup Yale event.
GMAT CAT – How does computer adaptive GMAT work?
Understanding how CATs work can dramatically improve your GMAT score. It allows you to roughly gauge your performance in real time, helps in building your [...]
SOM Insights: How to turn your mistakes into an advantage
New research by Yale’s Taly Reich reveals that hiding your mistakes from view may be the wrong impulse: sometimes you’re better off owning your gaffes.