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What Your Cover Letter Should Look Like in 2017

By Kristen Bahler Striking the right balance between formal and conversational—while differentiating yourself from every other job seeker on the market—is no small feat. And the monotony of filling out online applications can make the task downright exhausting. But make no mistake: a stellar cover letter is still a job search must-have, and it could be key to catching a hiring manager’s attent...
Zana Z., Admin | April 11, 2017 0   
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Don't miss out - J&J IRDP Internships

Interested in a summer internship? Look no more! J&J IRDP Internship is a development program that identifies highly qualified candidates to join our teams in Mexico, Argentina, Puerto Rico and Colombia. It is collectively designed to provide a great experience that challenges and develops students personally and professionally. Opportunities for internship positions within Johnson & Johnso...
Zana Z., Admin | March 14, 2017 0   
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MBAT: The Olympics of the MBA world

At HEC Paris we learn a lot about business and leadership, not only from books and cases, but also from hands-on projects. The most complex project we are involved in during the program is the MBAT (MBA Tournament). Tarun Rangi, President of the MBAT 2017 organizing team, defines it as “a unique, one of its kind tournament that brings together the brightest folks from the top b-schools of the wor...
Silvana Ramos, HEC School Of Management - Paris '18 | April 17, 2017 0   

The 3 Ways to Source Anything

All business processes have multiple components. These components involve products and services which can either be produced by the business itself (i.e. in-house production), sourced from a few specialized entities (i.e. outsourcing) or can be sourced from a large number of outsiders (i.e. crowd-sourcing). The advantages and disadvantages of each are given below: In-house Production - ...
Manish Hada, TIAS School For Business And Society '17 | March 17, 2017 0   

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, Admin | March 13, 2017 0   

Secrets From Best Companies All Stars

By Claire Zillman Over the course of its 20-year history, Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For list has featured a total of 452 different employers as firms have found their way on the list, then off, and sometimes back on again. But 12 companies have remained constant, meaning they have made the list every year for 20 straight years. We’ll call them “the Legends.” Who are they? Cisco, REI, We...
Zana Z., Admin | March 10, 2017 1   
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What Just Happened !?

Learning the distribution of a desired variable in a random sample using M&M’s, hmmm….. seems to be a really interesting and colorful way to understand statistics. But it’s uncanny that how sometimes very simple experiences can lead to quite meaningful insights. The aim of the exercise shown in the cover photo is to see how many M&M’s of a certain color, say blues, do you find in a random pack. I...
Muhammad Ahsan Qamar, INSEAD '17 | February 15, 2017 0   

2017 Rotman Design Challenge

We are pleased to announce that we are featuring a new competition – The Rotman Design Challenge, an international Business Design case competition. The event hosts 125 Master level students from around the world at the University of Toronto for a week end long design thinking challenge. The goal for all the teams of 4 to 6 Master’s students from leading business and design schools will be to...
Emma Latini, Admin | January 23, 2017 0   
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The Hierarchy of Personal Investments

Just like we have Maslow’s Hierarchy when it comes to human needs and desires, I feel personal investments also follow a hierarchy based on the total amount of money available for investments. The Base When a person’s income starts exceeding expenses, that person may start looking for investing this surplus. At this stage, this person tends to be very cautious and invests with a motive of r...
Manish Hada, TIAS School For Business And Society '17 | January 5, 2017 0   

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., Admin | November 30, 2016 0   
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