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The MBA Challenging Students To Have More Meaningful Conversations

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The MBA Challenging Students To Have More Meaningful Conversations

What is it that takes a classroom from a room to an active learning ecosystem? That depends on who you ask. For a lot of people, the answer might be ‘a teacher’—and sure, when it comes to the alchemy of turning students into learners, a teacher is an indispensable element. But others might say that…

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The Marketer’s Guide to Choosing The Right Social Media Tools

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The Marketer’s Guide to Choosing The Right Social Media Tools

There are always challenges that come up when running social media marketing campaigns. These range from content creation to measuring your strategy’s effectiveness. The point is, you need tools to get the best possible results from social media. And you need these tools for various aspects of your activities. However, choosing the right tool can…

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Market crash: Best investment opportunities come at the point of maximum pessimism

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Market crash: Best investment opportunities come at the point of maximum pessimism

These are indeed very tough times for Indian stock market investors. Especially for those that invested in mid- and small-cap stocks. It is very easy to lose perspective in such an environment. Investors tend to lose sight of medium- and long-term possibilities when there is too much negativity all around. Investors must not forget that…

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MBA Apps Are Down But The Latest Crop Of Incoming Students Are Really Impressive

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MBA Apps Are Down But The Latest Crop Of Incoming Students Are Really Impressive

On the surface, Kasese is heaven on Earth. Nestled in western Uganda along the equator, Kasese is home to peaceful grasslands, glistening lakes and towering waterfalls. Here, tourists take safaris through Queen Elizabeth National Park to witness lions, elephants, and gorillas in their natural habitats. Others hike the Bukurungu Trail, scanning the never-ending horizon from…

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CAT 2019: What is the cost of studying MBA in IIM? Here’s a quick look at the fee structure of IIMs PG program

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CAT 2019: What is the cost of studying MBA in IIM? Here’s a quick look at the fee structure of IIMs PG program

CAT 2019 online applications are currently open for the 2020-22 MBA programs in various IIMs. Here is a quick look at the fee structure for the various IIMs. There are a total of 20 IIMs in the country. CAT 2019: Cost of studying MBA in various IIMs  |  Photo Credit: Thinkstock CAT 2019 online application process…

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Big Interview: Find Out The Skills MBAs Will Need In The Future

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Big Interview: Find Out The Skills MBAs Will Need In The Future

The BusinessBecause Big Interview series showcases the thoughts and lives of some of the world’s leading business figures Not everyone will be taken into the future. This was the title of an art exhibition late last year at the Tate Modern in London, UK, and is a warning that could be equally issued to the business world….

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Off the Cuff: Life as it was before social media

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Off the Cuff: Life as it was before social media

Someone asked on Twitter, what did you do on the internet before social media. I remember hanging out in MSN chat rooms with crazy groups of people. For the first time in my life I could be totally anonymous and say some of the most outlandish things and no one could do anything, or so…

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Part-Time Vs Full-Time MBA: How To Choose Between The Two

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Part-Time Vs Full-Time MBA: How To Choose Between The Two

Whether it’s learning more about business and management, developing personal leadership skills, bolstering your resume, or enhancing your network, everyone has their own reason for wanting to do an MBA. For every person, there will be a different priorities—and for every reason, there’s likely to be a different program which best meets this requirement. The…

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Meet The Woman Heading Up LSE’s Alternative MBA Degree

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Meet The Woman Heading Up LSE’s Alternative MBA Degree

When Connson Locke recalls studying for her PhD at the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business she says it felt like lightbulbs were going off in her head every few weeks as old theories became new knowledge, and she found herself asking why nobody had told her these things before. Now the director…

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Meet The MBA Students Running Top Industry Events—From FinTech To Startups In Hong Kong

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Meet The MBA Students Running Top Industry Events—From FinTech To Startups In Hong Kong

Putting together a successful industry event can be the making of a manager. Decisiveness, organization, communication, delegation—event planning takes all of the skills that make a leader, and putting them to the test in a dynamic business environment can be the making of a successful career. On the MBA at CityU, students get to experience this…

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More Netflix Than Blockbuster: How This UK MBA Is Preparing Students For The Future Of Work

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More Netflix Than Blockbuster: How This UK MBA Is Preparing Students For The Future Of Work

The future of work, says Gaia Guardascione is about being more Netflix than Blockbuster When Gaia Guardascione went to Liverpool, she’d only planned on visiting a friend. But the city hooked her, and she stayed for longer than anticipated. Once she was there, her mission was to build a network, and find fulfilment in the…

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The ‘Queen of Raw’ is working to make the fashion industry more sustainable

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The ‘Queen of Raw’ is working to make the fashion industry more sustainable

She’s known as the “Queen of Raw,” and she’s on a mission to make the world a less wasteful place. Entrepreneur Stephanie Benedetto, whose family has been in the fashion and textiles business for more than 100 years. Benedetto aims to make the fashion industry more sustainable for future generations by fighting a massive waste…

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Designer Ritu Kumar on revisDesigner Ritu Kumar on revisiting Kashmir, the Indian fashion industry and her upcoming bookiting Kashmir, the Indian fashion industry and her upcoming book

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Designer Ritu Kumar on revisDesigner Ritu Kumar on revisiting Kashmir, the Indian fashion industry and her upcoming bookiting Kashmir, the Indian fashion industry and her upcoming book

A still from Ashvin Kumar’s No Fathers in Kashmir. For veteran fashion designer Ritu Kumar, Kashmir never stopped to inspire her design, craft and narrative. The unique textile traditions from the valley are beautifully recreated by her and showcased in her son, film-maker Ashvin Kumar’s latest film No Fathers in Kashmir. Kumar’s association with Kashmir has been a…

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