Content written by Jennifer Lewington and published by The Globe and Mail. Extracted Content: The latest crop of business-school graduates – including MBAs or grads of discipline-specific master degrees in management and accounting – are in demand by company recruiters, according to a recent global survey released by the Graduate Management Admission Council. In responses to the survey from … [Read more...] about Job prospects promising for new MBA graduates
Content written by Ed Hess and published by the Harvard Business Review. Extracted Content: Many experts believe that human beings will still be needed to do the jobs that require higher-order critical, creative, and innovative thinking and the jobs that require high emotional engagement to meet the needs of other human beings. The challenge for many of us is that we do not excel at those … [Read more...] about In the AI Age, “Being Smart” Will Mean Something Completely Different
Content written by Zach Mayo of COO at RelishCareers and posted on Poets&Quants. Extracted Content: This is good news for both business schools and tech startups alike; the growing influence of Silicon Valley on business education is helping to shake up a sometimes stale and old-fashioned MBA curriculum, while the influx of MBAs into the tech startup world is helping more firms turn their … [Read more...] about Startups And MBAs: A Match Made In Heaven?
ABSTRACT: During the MBA experience, the minds of business students who can become mangers are expected to be opened to new ways of thinking about business, and as well their personal responsibilities as future business leaders. Companies are proficient at providing products and services that society needs, suggesting that smart business leaders might view social and economic problems as business … [Read more...] about CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND JOB CHOICES AND SELECTION OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) STUDENTS AND MANAGERS: THE CASE OF MAASTRICHT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (MSM).
Technology could be putting MBA jobs at risk. According to a new study by salary benchmarking site Emolument.com, 30% of MBAs and Masters in Management grads, and 40% of Masters in Finance grads feel their jobs are at risk. Traditionally, low-skilled jobs have been regarded as most vulnerable to the rise of robotic machines. However, those without degrees feel the least worried about losing … [Read more...] about AI & Big Data: Advances In Technology Could Be Putting MBA Jobs At Risk
European MBAs were among the 70% of international CEIBS students who received job offers and pursued careers in China after graduation this year. Wherever you are in the world today, China is never far away from the headlines. The world’s center of gravity is shifting eastward. And Europe’s hottest young business minds are looking to Shanghai’s China Europe International Business … [Read more...] about Googlers And Entrepreneurs: Why Europe’s Millennials Are Eyeing MBAs And Careers In China