#ICYMI: MetroMBA Trends
In a new weekly series, #ICYMI: MetroMBA Trends, we are mashing up the hottest posts from the past week (in case you missed them). So, without further ado, here are the top 5 posts:
Robinson College Ranks at No. 24 Among Best Graduate Finance Programs in the U.S.
Robinson College Dean, Richard D. Phillips, emphasized the honor of such a ranking, as well as its reflection of the students and faculty in the finance program. “Our Financial Engineer ranking is a reflection of the caliber of students in the M.S.-Finance program and the professional success they enjoy as a result of their studies. It also is a testament to the curriculum and to the faculty, who ensure that graduates possess the knowledge, analytical expertise and leadership skills required of financial executives,” he said.
Cal State Long Beach Students Aim High for Boeing Competition
The Business Case Study Competition challenged Cal State Long Beach team members to show their skills in global strategy, finance, and market research in an aerospace industry inspired case. Teams had two and a half weeks to work on the study, which resulted in a presentation. Team Enigma was faced with the problem of a creating a fleet replacement plan for retiring satellites.
Mercer’s PMBA for Innovation Program Is Ideal for Entrepreneurs & Innovators
“Mercer’s Professional Master of Business Administration for Innovation is unique because it features a linear curriculum that mirrors the stages of venture development from the point of idea generation to project launch,” says Michael Weber Ph.D. and Associate Dean of Mercer University.
LeBow MBA Grad Combines Love of Food and Business Savvy
The menu at Luna is filled with ingredients grown on farms in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and the coffee and baked goods are sourced from Philly businesses. Work by local artists decorates the restaurant’s walls.
“The location is great,” Levine said, “and I’ve talked about this as my dream for years. So I did it.”
Ashridge Dean Speaks at Middle East Region’s Largest HR Event
Dr. Culpin specializes in organizational behavior and issues of well-being in the workplace. Her study revealed the effect of the leaders’ responses to the ‘critical incidents,’ and ways in which these responses led to either professional growth or further conflict.