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The MBA Job Search: The hidden benefits of deep research

In an MBA job search, there are hidden benefits of deep research. Kellogg Career Management Center's Managing Director, Mark Gasche, shares invaluable planning tips for researching companies and prepping for interviews. His words are in line with the information we provide you in our MBA Employers ...

The battle is for the customer interface

Something very interesting is happening... "Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. And Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider, owns no real estat...
, Kingston Business School '15 | March 31, 2015 0   

Interviews are not about you !!!

So often we can forget what an interview's all about. It sure feels like it's about you, but it's really not. An interview is actually about HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR FUTURE BOSS AND FUTURE EMPLOYER SUCCEED. It's about finding out what their requirements and hopes are and matching up your backgrou...
, Admin | June 22, 2015 0   

Printing Revolution

The idea and the first patents round what we know today as 3D printing can be traced back to the 1980s when Charles Hull invented a technique called stereolithography. Although its long history, only in the last few years this technology became widely available. Because of rapid development within ...
, Hult International Business School '15 | June 19, 2015 0   
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Internet of Things - Smart World

Things Smartphone, smartwatch, smart TV, smart glasses, smart fridge, smart button (dash button), smart ‘anything’. With the technological progress and the emergence of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) it seems that everything is becoming ‘smart’. The number of devices connected to internet have been...
, Hult International Business School '15 | May 11, 2015 0   

Why a CEO believes an MBA is worthless?

Disappointing article. It was referred to me so I thought it would be insightful. Quite shallow and self-serving instead. I would recommend to the author to go back to b-school, skip the 101 classes and get on to the more serious stuff taught there!
, Admin | April 30, 2015 0   

Look back or think ahead…

Christmas is over and New Year, 2015, has already started with some busy in implementing their New Year resolutions while others are still playing the skeptics. Irrespective of which group you belong, present and relevant past is already shaping our future as I type this post. Sunk cost vs. Pros...

Inbox – A tale of email marketing and newsletters

“The odd thing about this form of communication is that you're more likely to talk about nothing than something...”- You’ve got mail Prologue Emails have been one of the oldest technology products that have survived across generations of internet. This has also evolved ever since from plain t...

Accidental Product Managers

“The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.” – Peter Ducker Prologue I have been asked this question or have end up explaining this question so many times that I finally decided to put my views in this article on: Who ...