Written by: Maria Noyen Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Networking over Zoom and online learning has created a unique crop of new business leaders. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about How MBA students have faced a year of uncertainty
Written by: Abi Murugadoss Published by: The Daily Pennsylvanian MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The Wharton School has connected 241 MBA students with Wharton graduates during the virtual semester to encourage networking through the Wharton Alumni Welcome Program. The pairings came as a pleasant surprise to the students who received emails notifying them of their matches … [Read more...] about Wharton Alumni Program helps over 200 MBA students virtually network with alumni
Written by: Mahnaz Charania and Julia Freeland Fisher Published by: Christensen Institute MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Most schools and programs wholeheartedly agree that relationships matter. But far fewer actually measure students’ social capital. Oftentimes, relationships, valuable as they may be, are treated as inputs to learning and development rather than outcomes in … [Read more...] about The missing metrics: Emerging practices for measuring students’ relationships and networks
Content written and published by Psychology Today. MBA News Digest Comment. None. Extracted Content: How strong women's positions are when they enter the realm of business leadership may be related to characteristics of their social networks, according to the study, which analyzed business school students' email exchanges. For both male and female students, greater centrality in the … [Read more...] about What Kind of Network Predicts Success for Women MBA Grads?
Content written by Sharon Shinn and published by BizEd. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: ONE OF THE BEST WAYS for business schools to create extraordinary opportunities for students and gain global visibility for themselves is to join academic networks of international institutions. Those were the goals for the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management at the … [Read more...] about Taking Advantage of the Network Effect
In the rush to put more classes online, one tried-and-true value remains: in-person networking. So more schools are experimenting with blended, or hybrid, programs. In her business leadership classes at National Louis University, Catherine Honig has been experimenting with teaching via the cloud. Recently, she posted a recorded lecture followed by a live chat forum in which students engaged … [Read more...] about In Chicago, a new buzzword among MBA programs: Flexibility