closeX
New User
Forgot Password ?
Register to Post!
49 articles found!

Meet The Class of 2018 Series

Who is going to business school these days to get an MBA? Poets&Quants has been doing a fascinating series, introducing readers to the incoming MBA students at some of the world’s leading business schools. A simple glimpse of any of school specific profiles leads you to an inevitable conclusion: Full-time MBA programs continue to attract many of the world’s most extraordinary young professiona...
Arantxa Cinca, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | March 13, 2017 1   
2
Tags

When 'Work' is no longer work

The future is one in which you probably won't have 'a job'. That is not to say you won't work, just that you will work in fundamentally different ways. How we work, with whom, what we do and for how long, will be increasingly influenced by the need to be flexible and adaptable. We as individuals — our skills, experience, aspirations, reputation — will be more visible fo...
Arantxa Cinca, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | January 30, 2017 0   
5
Tags

Apple, Google, and the 15 other best companies for women

By Rachel Gillett It really doesn't take all that much to be a good employer to the women in your company. Treat them with the same respect you show your male employees, show them that they're a valued resource by paying them and promoting them on par with their male counterparts, nix the boys club vibe and foster a more inclusive culture, and you'll be well on your way to gaining their loy...
Zana Z., MBA-Exchange.com Admin | November 30, 2016 0   
6
Tags ...

MBA Paths and Their Payoff

Many MBA students choose an area of concentration for their degree. With options like finance, business management, marketing and more, how do these outcome-oriented future tycoons decide which route to take? PayScale researched four common MBA majors and compared them by degree holders' pay, stress levels, job satisfaction and more. See the infographic and its methodology, click the link "rea...
Arantxa Cinca, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | July 13, 2015 1   
3
Tags

Big Business Finally Learns That Wellness Is Good Business

2014 has been the year when the discussion of well-being has migrated from health and wellness magazines to business magazines. Wellness, and how to integrate it into our work lives, has become the hottest topic in the business pages. And that should come as no surprise. Because, though it would be nice if this change were simply because of altruism, what's happening is that big business is fi...
Aline Maria Bogoni, Hult International Business School '14 | July 6, 2014 0   
4
Tags

3 Ways To Connect With Anyone

Whether you are a global nomad or someone who likes the suburban life, you want to be able to connect with people and avoid those awkward long pauses after you greet someone. You know the ones where you are staring at each other and scrambling to utter something coherent only for it to come out as utter gibberish-okay maybe that's extreme- but the point remains that most people crave connection. ...
Tayo Rockson, Fordham University - Gabelli School Of Business '15 | June 17, 2014 0   
9
Tags

Tips for People Managers: Engaging Generation Y during the Annual Performance Review - Purpose (#9)

This is the last article in our series of tips and tricks on leveraging the annual year-end performance review and turning it into an engagement tool for Generation Y. You have to crack their engagement code if you want to motivate and retain young talent. So we kept a special treat until the very end and this episode will highlight the impact of purpose on your discussion. Here are 3 recommendat...
Martina Mangelsdorf, GAIA Insights GmbH | May 1, 2014 0   
6
Tags

Top 10 Best Cities to Start a New Career

These cities are good places for young professionals to start their career while maintaining a reasonable quality of life.
LaRuan Cole, Hult International Business School '13 | April 22, 2014 0   
7
Tags

Tips for People Managers: Engaging Generation Y during the Annual Performance Review: Relationships (#8)

This is the penultimate article in a special series focused on how to leverage the annual year-end performance review and turn it into an engagement booster for Generation Y associates. Many of our recommendations might work with other generations as well. However, they were specifically designed with typical Gen Y motivation drivers in mind. One of them is relationships. Generation Y thrives on ...
Martina Mangelsdorf, GAIA Insights GmbH | April 16, 2014 0   
9
Tags ...
Feedback