If you suffer from a lack of knowledge about what is going on in the competitive environment in which your MBA program competes… knowledge deficit… if you know you need strategic intelligence, but you don’t have the time to develop it yourself or you don’t have the money to hire someone to do it for you… if you are frustrated that other MBA programs seem to be one step ahead of you and your program(s)… then this message is just for you. Here’s why…
You can now fill your “knowledge deficit” in as little as two hours per quarter and keep up with what MBA programs around the world are doing so you can position your program to lead and not follow.
And you need to realize, there is a cost to not dealing with this…
If You Ignore Your Lack of Strategic Intelligence, It Just Gets Worse
What most people do when facing a lack of strategic knowledge is attend professional meetings to gain more knowledge, search for summary reports on association websites, and subscribe to a myriad of blogs, email lists, etc. But for most people, none of that works.
- Professional meetings are like drinking from a fire hose with presenters seemingly knowing everything and acting as if they are managing programs with unlimited resources
- Association websites focus more on growing their membership or on marketing their next meeting with little sharing of relevant information
- Blogs, email lists, etc. generally focus on B-School issues and less on MBA program manager issues
- And most programs don’t have the budget to hire professionals to help develop the needed strategic information and knowledge ($5,000 – $20,000 or more per engagement)
And what happens if you just do nothing? If you just keep doing what you’ve been doing? Other programs will continue to out perform your program(s) or worse, perhaps even causing your program to fail.
How I Can Solve Your Knowledge Deficit Problem
I’ve got an answer that works. Here’s the story:
Several years ago I began researching and collecting articles about how MBA programs and B-Schools were addressing the many issues confronting their programs. I soon learned that there were numerous media outlets, both academic and non academic, that regularly published articles describing these issues and how programs were addressing them. I started archiving these articles. Then, while serving as President of the MBA Roundtable, I discovered that many of my colleagues were interested in having access to these insightful articles.
That is when I created the MBA News Digest, a news aggregation and archiving subscription service, currently with over 500 subscribers.
Then I discovered that I could create a quarterly report summarizing trends and observations about what MBA programs are doing around the world. The quarterly report provides strategic information that program directors can use for strategic planning, curriculum reviews, and decision making. Numerous News Digest subscribers are now subscribing to the quarterly trends report.
Finally, It’s Your Turn
When you sign up for the MBA News Digest Quarterly Trends Report you’ll get the key to…
- Making it easier for you to be smarter about the competitive world in which your MBA program competes
- Keeping up with all the changes chronicled in articles that appear in non-academic and academic publications on a daily basis
- Anticipating, identifying and determining emerging trends in business education and MBA program management
- Filling your knowledge deficit
- Putting your program on a path to outperform other MBA programs with which your program competes
That’s right – a service that, if I offered it on a one-to-one basis, would cost a minimum of $5,000… is yours for a fraction of that amount.
It all comes as part of four quarterly reports, all for an annual subscription price of $97.
And you are 100% safe to try this out. That’s all I’m suggesting. Just try it for 30 days to see if it works for you. If it does, you’ll be delighted – and I think that’s exactly what’s about to happen. If for some reason you’re not delighted with your first Quarterly Trends Report and the knowledge you gain about the competitive environment in which your MBA program operates, then just let me know – and you get all your money back. You email me your copy of the Quarterly Trends Report and I will refund your payment and unsubscribe you so you no longer receive notifications of new reports.
It’s Decision Time
You have a choice to make: Do what you’ve been doing (or worse, do nothing at all). You know where that will lead. Is that really where you want to go? Take a new action, and get a new result. Finally, get the knowledge you need to manage your MBA program in the competitive environment in which you are operating – filling that knowledge deficit.
Which do you really want for yourself? Here’s what to do now… click here and complete the form to subscribe to the MBA News Digest Trends Report. Do it now!